Cloud Hosting

Computing scalability is a term that is being bandied about by web developers lately. It refers to the upgrading of a computer’s resources whenever and for only the duration it is needed. This kind of adaptability is necessary for businesses that experience sudden surges of growth for short periods of time. The big hindrance why not all companies go for computing scalability is the cost. If you are looking for this option but cannot afford the corresponding capital expense, you should consi ...

Colocation Hosting

Colocation hosting is the placement of your server machine to the location of your colocation provider or in data centres and installing it in their rack. You then share their bandwidth. The colocation provider provides Internet protocol (IP) address and power resources for your server. With colocation hosting you are the one to maintain and control your server as well as you own the hardware. Colocation hosting is expensive than the other web hosting service.

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Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated hosting is a web hosting server wherein you rented a server for your own use only. This means you are not sharing a server with other websites. It is also flexible wherein the organization have full control over the server this includes the choice of operating system (OS), the hardware, software, among others. The web hosting provider also manages and secures your website. Another add-on service is the server administration.

Just like in colocation hosting, the dedicated serv ...

Domain Names

A Domain Name is an identification composed by a sequence of characters, known as a string, which defines the area or limits of administrative autonomy, control and authority on the internet.

They are formed according to the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System or DNS. It is usually written in lower case and is case sensitive. Any name or identification that is registered in the DNS is a domain name. Registration of domain names is usually handled by domain name registrars fo ...

Linux Web Hosting

Linux is the operating system of choice by many hosting providers and developers. It’s popularity stems from its stability, versatility, and the well-known open-source code. On top of these, many applications used in website creation are made specifically for Linux. For example, if you want to use the management console called cPanel, you will need to sign up with a provider whose servers run on Linux. The same condition applies for the following applications:

  • WordPress

Managed Hosting

Managed Hosting is a dedicated server wherein you lease a whole server for your website however the hosting provider is responsible in managing your server in regards to IT issues and infrastructure, upgrading the hardware, installing the software, as well as other administrative tasks. With managed hosting you don’t need to manage your own server the hosting provider will do it for you. Managed hosting is just like outsourcing technical workers who can manage your server.

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Reseller Web Hosting

Reseller web hosting is a form of hosting where account owners enjoy the freedom to use, sell and rent out portion account’s allotted hard drive space and bandwidth he receives to host other websites on behalf of third parties. Basically, the account owner acts like a hosting service provider to those end users.

Individual control panels are usually offered to third-party end user by most reseller hosting packages. However, as these end users are clients of the reseller, they do not ...

Shared Hosting

In a shared hosting service, many websites are stored in a single server that share an Internet Protocol (IP) address, bandwidth, and disk space storage. Its system administration is shared by many users too. However in shared web hosting you have an absolute control of your website. You are the one who will upgrade the hardware, install the software and resolve an IT issue or troubleshooting and security updates.

Most of the control panel systems used in shared web hosting are cPanel, ...

UNIX Web Hosting

The UNIX OS has been around since the early 70s and has been rewritten on C, a programming language that provided it with the flexibility to outlive its former hardware. Years after its development, Linus Torvalds created the kernel that evolved the UNIX into LINUX, a so-called free version of the former. Since then, Linux and UNIX has grown and changed into different incarnations of their old selves.

Pros of using UNIX web hosting

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VPN

Why would you need a VPN?

VPN refers to a discrete network or set of computers that are networked over a public connection. Many organizations and businesses use VPNs in order to remotely connect to datacenters. Individuals also use this to gain access to resources using devices that are not physically connected with the same local area network. However, the most common use of VPN is encrypting online communications that are done over an untrusted network.

VPS Hosting

In website hosting, the more flexible your plan is, the more server resources you can get your hands on, the better your website can be. This can be done if you get a dedicated server hosting. The problem with this option is that it can become pretty pricey. The next best thing is VPS.

The lowdown on Virtual Private Server

Website developers believe that the perfect platform for growing websites is the virtual private server. This refers to the kind of hosting ...

Windows Web Hosting

Windows Web Hosting is a hosting service offered by web hosting providers that supports a Windows Operating System. Other hosting providers strictly offer only Windows based hosting services to their clients. This type of hosting is usually a good choice for those who are just starting out in the hosting service as it is very easy as well as convenient to use.

The service uses ASP.NET which is a server-side web application that is developed by Microsoft and is designed to allow web dev ...