Domain name serves as the website reference that handle webpages. Domains are provided by domain Registrar or Web Hosting companies like us. Favhosting offers both Domain names and webhosting packages, buy purchasing both packages, you will have automatically the nameservers settings (ns1.favhosting.com and ns.favhosting.com) and cpanel
However, if you purchased webhosting only, and the domain from the other providers, you need to set-up your domain settings nameservers to us. For the instructions read the STEP by STEP guide SETTING UP YOUR DOMAIN NAME
Cloud hosting services provide hosting for websites on virtual servers which pull their computing resource from extensive underlying networks of physical web servers. It follows the utility model of computing in that it is available as a service rather than a product and is therefore comparable with traditional utilities such as electricity and gas. Broadly speaking the client can tap into their service as much as they need, depending on the demands of their website, and they will only pay for what they use.
It exists as an alternative to hosting websites on single servers and can be considered as an extension of the concept of clustered hosting where websites are hosted on multiple servers. With cloud hosting however, the network of servers that are used is vast and often pulled from different data centres in different locations.A development of the concept of cloud hosting for enterprise customers is the Virtual Data Centre (VDC). This employs a virtualised network of servers in the cloud which can be used to host all of a business IT operations including its websites.
A typical cloud hosting offering can deliver the following features and benefits:
Reliability: rather than being hosted on one single instance of a physical server the website is hosted on a virtual partition which draws its resources, such as disk space, from an extensive network of underlying physical servers. If one server goes offline, it dilutes the level of resource available to the cloud a little but will have no effect on the availability of the website whose virtual server will continue to pull resource from the remaining network of servers. Some cloud platforms could even survive an entire data centre going offline as the pooled cloud resource is drawn from multiple data centres in different locations to spread the risk.
Physical Security: the underlying physical servers are still housed within data centers and so benefit from the security measures that those facilities implement to prevent people accessing or disrupting them on-site
Scalability and Flexibility: resource is available in real time on demand and not limited to the physical constraints/capacity of one server. If a client site demands extra resource from its hosting platform due to a spike in visitor traffic or the implementation of new functionality, the resource is accessed seamlessly. Even when using a private cloud model the service can often be allowed to burst to access resources from the public cloud for non-sensitive processing if there are surges in activity on the site.
Utility style costing: the client only pays for what they actually use. The resource is available for spikes in demand but there is no wasted capacity remaining unused when demand is lower.
Responsive load balancing: load balancing is software based and therefore can be instantly scalable to respond to changing demands
cPanel is the most-used web control panel, cPanel being the web control panel tool for site owners and Web Host Manager (WHM) being the server administrative tool for hosting providers.
Both cPanel and WHM can be considered the most full-featured systems of all. Though cPanel is only supported on Linux, Windows support can be achieved using its Enkompass product or a virtualization setup. The user interface, although easy to use, is definitely not the best among web control panels.
In general, most control panels implement a common set of features. While most will implement some subset of these, there are a few that include them all.
Web hosting control panel software may provide access to:
Domain name system management (web domains, mail domains, etc.)
Email system management (email addresses, email quotas, spam prevention, etc.)
FTP management (user accounts, password management, file system quotas)
Web-based file system access
SSH user/key management
Database management (MySQL, PostgreQSL, and sometimes other database systems)
Logfile access and reporting
Plugin system for configuring additional services and installing apps (example: WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Ecommerce, Cart, etc)