Genuine Cloud Architecture
Why getting a genuine cloud architecture is crucial? How can you really find out whether a cloud architecture is genuine?
When it comes to hosting, cloud architecture refers to using an independent server for each part of the Internet hosting service. Such a setup results in much better performance as one machine will be used just for file storage, another only for running databases, and so on, which means that different system processes will not run on the same machine. The latter will lessen the chance of system errors considerably and will allow your sites to work faster, not mentioning the higher uptime. When you are looking for such a service, you have to double check that you'll really receive it because numerous companies advertise cloud internet hosting plans, yet the control panels they use are not designed to work in a genuine cloud and can operate only on a single server. The trouble with using a single machine is that in case one service fails or generates high load, the whole server will most probably go offline, so your websites will no longer be accessible.
Genuine Cloud Architecture in Cloud Hosting
The shared web hosting service which we provide employs a genuine cloud platform and you will be able to use its entire potential and benefit from all its advantages through the in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, which was designed specifically for it. We have clusters of servers taking care of every single aspect of the web hosting service such as files, statistics, databases, Control Panel, e-mail messages, and many others, so you will practically not see any downtime of your Internet sites even for maintenance procedures. The resources at your disposal will be virtually unlimited as we can add more hard disk drives for more space and / or whole servers for additional processing power to each of the clusters when needed. If you get one of our shared internet hosting solutions, you'll use an exceptionally fast, stable and dependable hosting service on a genuine cloud platform.