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A dedicated server is just like any other kind of server, but only one individual or company is hosting their site(s) on it. Rather than sharing bandwidth, storage, RAM, et cetera, as you would in a shared hosting scenario, you get all of the server resources allocated to you when you sign up for dedicated hosting. For the sake of total clarity, virtual private server (VPS) hosting is when a single server is partitioned to act as several dedicated servers. You’re still essentially sharing with neighbors, but if any one of them misuses the hosting environment, you’re not in danger.
Let’s rewind: Remember how you felt waking up the first morning after moving into a house that’s all yours, sans roommates? Every household decision was yours and yours alone to make — from how loud and late the music gets played to the alarm company you entrust your security to and whether to hire a maid and lawn service or do all domestic maintenance yourself.
Selling off some of your server resources is a quick, simple way to defray some of the higher costs of your new dedicated hosting plan. Resellers effectively sublease server space to others and control the prices and partitioned computing resources. Although most hosts tailor reseller plans around a virtual private server, or VPS, you can start reselling with a dedicated server if you ask nicely and do some digging.
At Resellers Panel, we have another concept of a CentOS-based Dedicated Server Reseller business. You want to make money selling services, but want to spend less money on purchasing the services beforehand? Well, with us you can get them for free and then sell them via our Free Reseller Program. With it, you can become a CentOS dedicated server reseller without having to buy the actual server - you simply name the price for it and we will do all the rest - set up the server, support your clients, arrange the fees with the datacenter, etc.
Sozo Hosting provides a portfolio of security offerings to help businesses mitigate these internet security threats. Sozo’s portfolio of security offerings include virtual private networks (VPN), cleaning infected websites, a web application firewall (WAF) and intrusion prevention system (IPS), a content distribution network (CDN) to manage traffic and optimize performance, real-time DDoS mitigation, and continuous monitoring.
We take great pride in the hardware we use for our dedicated servers. We only use the latest and thoroughly tested Blade servers manufactured by SuperMicro.To take the greatest care of your data, all our servers come with two hard disks by default with RAID1 enabled. Making sure, even when one hard disk completely breaks down, your data is still intact and your server will remain online.
The development of Linux is one of the most prominent examples of free and open source software collaboration: the underlying source code may be used, modified, and distributed—commercially or non-commercially—by anyone under licenses such as the GNU General Public License. Typically Linux is packaged in a format known as a Linux distribution for desktop and server use. Some popular mainstream Linux distributions include Debian (and its derivatives such as Ubuntu), Fedora and openSUSE. Linux distributions include the Linux kernel, supporting utilities and libraries and usually a large amount of application software to fulfill the distribution's intended use.
With our custom in-house Shared Storage device, you can add a near infinite amount of storage to your server. While your server has 1TB of local storage, you can choose to expand this by adding space instantly to your server on our Shared Storage Device. This will be instantly attached to your server as a disk, at which point you can format it and mount it. You can choose to buy anywhere from 50GB to 500GB of storage at a time.
Our company hosts 34 domains on 2 dedicated servers with a shared SQL Server with Sozo Hosting. Running custom research surveys that are only live online for a week or two, consistent up time was a key thing that brought us to Sozo. The amazing and personable customer support, ease of setting up and installing everything, speed in which they respond to requests and the overall value of the services we receive are the things that will keep us happy customers for many years to come.
Using HostRunWay's Cloud services to store information and applications can be beneficial to businesses of all kinds in many different ways. Probably the most obvious benefit to using cloud architectures is the fact that it can help your business cut costs. Beyond cutting costs, however, businesses will experience other benefits from using cloud architectures.
A key factor behind making any business decision is value. One of InMotion Hosting's primary focus' is providing the best value possible for your business. This is not only reflected in our top-of-the-line Dell and Lenovo hardware and network infrastructure, you can also see this reflected in all aspects of our business, all the way down to the expert and friendly 24/7 support you receive. Simply put, we are the best value for your dollar.
When you choose to employ Red Hat Linux Enterprise you'll be able to confidently deploy solutions because you'll know that the Red Hat software applications and hardware you use are fully certified. In addition, because Red Hat supports all of its releases for a minimum of seven years, you'll know that your Red Hat Linux server is backed by the support you deserve. With a Red Hat dedicated Linux server you can be sure you'll receive the latest bug fixes and security errata because Red Hat uses its own Red Hat Network for automated software delivery and updates.
Our network’s lightning-quick, punchy response to almost anywhere is ensured by InterNAP’s Flow Control Platform technology. The InterNAP Flow Control Platform (InterNAP FCP) monitors all of our 10-gigabit carrier connections for latency, jitter, packet loss, BGP blackouts and more, for each destination network. If there is a better path available than the current path, then a route change is made and the better path is used to reach that specific destination network. The selected route used for each communication will be the fastest of any of our direct connectivity to Level 3 Communications, XO Communications, Cogent, American Internet Services and others.