Turn up the volume and enjoy hearing these state-of-the-art, jet-powered routers roar to life!
Why wouldn’t you want one of the largest names in tech to tweet you out to the masses? Because your server may not be ready!
Aaaaand now it’s time to play everyone’s favorite game: So You Want To Be A Web Host!
Our contestant today is YOU! The rules are simple, just answer these ten essential questions to determine if you have what it takes to become a web host. Let’s begin:
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HostDime employs two state-of-the-art server monitoring suites, Synapse and Axon, to keep a watchful eye on your server.
The hosting industry is as popular as ever and is growing each day with new, independent start-ups looking to be the next big web hosting provider. Unfortunately, many entrepreneurs do not have the start-up capital to purchase loads of dedicated servers to re-purpose as shared servers or reseller machines. In most cases, businesses start out on a shared reseller platform and scale up the tiers of hosting as their business grows or as their clients’ needs increase.
Whether you are considering being a web host for the first time or switching from another host, questions always arise about working with your new web hosting provider. Here we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions that the HostDime Sales team receives before someone signs up.
In the web hosting industry, customer satisfaction is the number one priority. This extends not only to the initial purchase, but also to the protection of our customers and their servers, applications, and information. HostDime.com, Inc. fashioned an elite team to handle such challenges. The company’s Abuse and Security division is the first line of defense when protecting customers from vicious malware and malicious users.
Guest post by: Jonathan E.
Dedicated Server Specialist
A dedicated server provides an isolated environment for hosting accounts or other services, and gives you unparalleled configuration options that cannot be found within a Shared server. The most common indicator of a necessary upgrade is the exhaustion of CPU and RAM resources, due to a large amount of web requests.
Determining the type of hardware needed to support those requests depends on many factors, which can be analyzed by our Dedicated Server Team. Shared and Reseller accounts that are currently hosted with HostDime include cPanel, and will be migrated as a courtesy if an isolated solution is required. If a client is currently using an alternative control panel, our Transfers department will be glad to provide an ample amount of assistance to complete the move.
Sure, dedicated servers sound devoted, but are they? What’s so great about renting server space? HostDime is here to the rescue to answer some of these questions you might ask about upgrading to a dedicated server. “What’s all this dedicated server business about?” When renting server space, there are two…