Tag: VPS Hosting

What is Reseller Hosting?

What really is reseller hosting? You’re probably a little bit confused when it comes to the term “reseller hosting.” If you don’t know anything about this type of hosting but want to learn more, you are in the right place. This blog will explain everything you need to know about reseller hosting, including what it is, how it works, and its advantages. We’ll also show you how to start your reseller hosting business. What is reseller hosting, and how does it work? You can sign up for a reliable host, set up a reseller account, and then sell that web...
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What Type of Hosting Do You Need?

What Type of Hosting Do You Need? If you decide to build your own website, you’ll need three things: a domain name, content for your site and, last but not least, web hosting. For first-time website owners, deciding on which type of web hosting you should choose can be tricky. Especially when you start to read about each and every type of it. Fortunately, once you figure out the differences between them, you should quickly learn which type will be the best for your website. What is web hosting? Think about your website as a digital file. For its storing...
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Moving Your Server to the Cloud

Why Should You Move Servers to the Cloud?

Why Should You Move Servers to the Cloud? A few years ago, the above headline would have been the right question to ask. Now, you should ask yourselves when to move your servers to the cloud, not why. Your old servers are a burden to your business development and replacement is costly, to say the least. Today’s business applications and enterprise software require computing power and data storage characteristics a few businesses outside the league of multinationals can truly afford. That is why moving server loads to the cloud is inevitable and we can tell you why. Centralized vs Fragmented...
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Disasters Come In All Forms

disaster come in all forms

One of the most important factors in moving to the Cloud is uptime. If your application was ever On-premise you know what I mean. I spent a majority of my career managing On-premise infrastructures before moving to the Cloud, so I can tell you how moving to the Cloud can be a real game changer when it comes to achieving complete redundancy. I am going to share with you some of the most common disasters, and how deploying Geo-Failover, aka Cloud Failover, could help you achieve better uptime. It’s never enough. Unfortunately, you could build a flawless, stable application, have...
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