Demystifying SDC: When, How, Why to Use

October 29, 2020

Most companies these days use cloud services (or Smart Dedicated Compute) to improve the performance of their IT services.

After all, cloud servers are used for fast processing, data storage, a relatively high level of performance, data security, privacy, and higher levels of control and efficiency. It is operated on physical hardware but managed and controlled by the cloud service providing company. Further, it saves a lot of cost while reducing the investment done in high-end devices for storage and managing them. The best part of all: it is more user-oriented and focuses on saving a lot of work.

Cloud-based servers are more efficient as they save a lot of capital required for buying physical servers and the cost spent on buying extra space for their installation. Let us look at some of the benefits of cloud-based computing.

How Do Cloud Servers Work?

In total, there are two basic types of cloud servers: the primary one is physical and the secondary one is a virtual cloud server. The virtual cloud server has multiple virtual software options with the likes of Hyper-V, Parallels, Xen, and many more.

The cloud servers consist of special software systems called virtualization software that divides a physical (bare metal) server into multiple virtual servers. Each of this virtual server is then allotted to the customer to store data and power operations through it.

Benefits of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing provides a wide range of advantages to companies. Some of these cloud computing advantages include: -

  • It processes and stores an enormous chunk of information smoothly.
  • It has all the basic features of an on-premise server.
  • It reduces the expenditure on hardware.
  • It offers different interesting services like hosting plans that can be scaled as per the users' needs.
  • It has functions that provide multiple automated services on the users’ demand through an API.
  • It also reduces the extra space needed to keep the hardware for storage.
  • It improves security and speed.
  • It provides automation and high deployment.
  • It offers various security options like antivirus software, firewalls, monitoring, and protection from host intrusion.
  • It fastens execution and makes it more effective.

What is Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC)?

As the competition increases day by day, acquiring customers and their trust is becoming even more difficult. Company services and speed play an important role in building trust and gaining more and more customers. Thus, fast and efficient processing is necessary for market competitiveness. That’s where SDC fits in.

SDC (Smart Dedicated Compute) is an ultimate cloud solution for companies to upgrade for higher speed, reliability, higher flexibility, seamless execution, and maximum optimization to improve their IT services to top-level performance. It is best suited for CPU-intensive workloads. It’s a private dedicated cloud designed for a particular company, and simultaneously provides the flexibility of a public cloud server.

Benefits of Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC)

Smart Dedicated Compute can bring an edge to your company in this cut-throat competitive world. It provides computing of higher standards at very ordinary prices that will help your business in catching the pace and growing better. Smart dedicated Compute will provide you a rich experience and give you many benefits. Some of the benefits of using Smart Dedicated Compute for your company are: -


  • It’s highly scalable and upgrades are easily possible.
  • Your data is accessible from all around the world.
  • It offers fast service, higher security, and seamless speed.
  • Predictable and smooth performance is provided to the user with the help of dedicated pinned cores.
  • Superfast deployment time that helps in performing an array of works without any delay.
  • It is best suited for companies and businesses that have Compute Intensive Workloads.
  • It is best for those who want to be in sync with the dynamic trends in the world of technology as it provides very easy upgrades to its users.
  • The server security is of high priority and it comes up with DDOS protection at the network level. There are multiple tools for users to enhance the security of the server like Bitninja.
  • Smart dedicated Compute (SDC) will provide its user with resilience, scalability, self-service, security, and amazing performance.

When, How, and Why to Use SDC

SDC is a modern technology and there are many people wish to learn more about its usage and requirements. Some people are confused about whether they need an SDC or not. These are some factors that require an SDC.

When There is a Need for High Security

Data is precious and is an uncompromisable asset for many companies. Cyber-attacks and phishing attacks are becoming common these days. Those companies that have highly sensitive data and cannot risk losing it must opt for Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC)

Dynamic IT Infrastructure

If IT infrastructure is a priority for your company, then know that building an IT infrastructure that’s dynamic and user-oriented can be a tough job. SDC can help your company in developing and maintaining a high-end dynamic IT infrastructure with its high accessibility, customer-oriented modifications with high security and privacy. SDC, being advanced, keeps your infrastructure dynamic, and provides a user experience like that of a public server.

Time of Deployment

A company that wants quick results and a fast interface can switch to a Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC) for quicker results. Since SDC is a dedicated service and caters to your needs personally, the problem of heavy traffic mishandling fades away, and hence, you deliver quicker services. Most of the SDC has a deployment time under 1 minute specifically about 50 to 55 seconds.

Data Security

If data is a priority for your company, then Smart Dedicated Compute is the ultimate solution for your company. Smart Dedicated Compute comes up with the option of saving machine images. One single click can do wonders by saving the image of your machine and running multiple replicas of the machine. So, SDC is perfect for those companies that are secure about their data.

Features of Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC)

Easily Scalable and Highly Reliable

One of the top features of SDC is that it is very easy to scale up in terms of resources and storage. A user can easily upgrade resources whenever more compute, RAM or diskspace is required.. Dedicated pinned cores make them highly reliable.

API Service

More and more companies are switching towards automation to save a lot of time and reduce the cost spent in hiring human force to conduct different work of management. Automation is the ultimate solution to these problems. Smart Dedicated Compute provides amazing API services for automating launching, managing, and terminating machines on demand for 24*7 hours.

Indian Datacenters

Smart dedicated compute offered by E2E Cloud comes with data centres built in India. India data centres have high technology, come up with Solid Disc Drive (SSD) storage, and are more trustworthy.

Monthly/Hourly Billing

The best thing about Smart Dedicated computing is that it is a temporary service and comes with different periodical subscriptions. There is no load of its long-time usage and maintenance. You can at any time unsubscribe to the services. It comes with hourly and monthly billing that can save you a lot of money by unsubscribing during the times when there is no requirement for the services.

Superfast Deployment

One of the amazing advantages of SDC is that there is no lag in performing different types of work. SDC provides superfast deployment speeds that make the process of execution fast.


In old times, large physical storage devices and CPUs were used that cost a lot and their maintenance was costly. Those devices also take up large space and give slower results. As technology changes with time, cloud computing came into place.

The advent of cloud computing changed the whole scenario of the IT sector over the globe. It came as a more fast, dependent, and secure option. It provides the right amount of facilities, higher task management, and an easy and secure option for data storage. More and more companies started shifting to cloud computing over the years.

SDC is the new age technology in the field of cloud computing and is preferable for those who need personal attention. It is a dedicated computing service that caters to the needs of the user and works according to those needs. It is a safe, reliable, and fast option for anyone concerned with security, high speed, and rich user experience. If those needs sound like your needs, opt for Smart Dedicated Compute (SDC) today!

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