GalaxyVisions' Load Balancing service will guarantee that your site or application will always be available by distributing workload across multiple servers. After assessing your systems' specific needs, GalaxyVisions engineers will use load balancing, clustering and dedicated switch solutions to ensure that even the highest-traffic sites and most-in-demand applications are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Lastly, and I can’t stress this enough, think long and hard about the reliability and support you’ll get from a potential dedicated host. You want an always-online network backed by an always-there-for-you team. Whenever you hear that the support technicians are all Tier II SysAdmins or Redhat certified or anything along those lines, that’s a good thing! It means they know what they’re doing.
By joining Liquid Web's Reseller Hosting Program, you'll be easily able to manage your hosting through the WHMCS Plugin. The Web Hosting Billing & Automation Platform (WHMCS) plugin helps streamline daily tasks within one centralized platform. From domain provisioning to billing management you can provide your customers with an enhanced hosting experience while receiving discounts towards your Liquid Web bill!
Customers can easily manage their shared account from a web browser thanks to our intuitive control panel. With cPanel & WHM, kickstarting your Hosting business has never been simpler! Whether you are managing one, or hundreds, of servers and/or websites, cPanel’s user-friendly interface allows you to customize your web hosting experience to fit your needs.
When you’re choosing and setting up a dedicated server for the first time, one of the main decisions you’ll need to make is that of selecting an operating system for the server itself. In the world of dedicated hosting, there are essentially two options of operating system from which to choose: Windows and Linux. And while you may be more familiar with Windows as an operating system yourself, the truth remains that Linux servers can be a great option for many people in need of reliable and secure hosting.
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You or your staff could create reports, monitoring tools and other services for your dedicated servers, but it costs time and money. With GalaxyVisions' managed services, you get the information and tools you need at a fraction of the cost by leveraging the experience of GV's skilled team of engineers and technicians. With GV's tools, you will instantly understand your server's performance and be able to review your operations at GalaxyVisions with ease.
Being in the business of risk management, business continuity and resiliency is critical in our space. This is a key reason why we chose Sozo Hosting. Their robust systems integration and data backup practices brought us back online quickly when we recently experienced a catastrophic system outage that was no fault of Sozo. Their focus on our business and the service they provide has been far greater than any other hosting company we have ever worked with. Sid Feagin
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For optimum performance all of our enterprise level SAN storage servers utilize state of the art SSD drives and memory caching technology, backed up by redundant RAID 10 (best performance) topology. All of our servers are highly available, and equipped with 100% redundant components! Unlike some of our competitors we never use cheap, unreliable, or non-enterprise hard drives.
Launched in late 2003, CentOS is a community project with the goals of rebuilding the source code for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) into an installable Linux distribution and to provide timely security updates for all included software packages. To put in more bluntly, CentOS is nothing more than a clone of RHEL. The only technical difference between the two is branding - CentOS replaces all Red Hat trademarks and logos with its own. But the connection between RHEL and CentOS is not immediately visible on the CentOS web site; due to trademark laws, Red Hat is referred to as a "Prominent North American Enterprise Linux Vendor", instead of its proper name. Nevertheless, the relations between Red Hat and CentOS remain amicable and many CentOS developers are in active contact with Red Hat engineers.
Ubuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system. Ubuntu uses the “apt” package manager, which users of Debian Linux will be familiar with, and a huge library of pre-compiled packages (over 16,000). It is very easy to install, update and remove software in your Ubuntu system. Ubuntu is Open Source software and the Ubuntu operating system is free of cost. In practical use, it is perfect for the person that wants the stability but does not require the commercial support and cost that commercial products offer.