Military discount on servers! You have given so much to serve your country, let us take care of you by offering 15% recurring off our bare metal servers.
HostDime often gets inquiries from perspective colocation clients about what voltage power will be supplied to server racks. While 110V-120V are commonly used in the industry, HostDime has long evolved to supply 208V voltage by default.
While Latin America is the smallest region, it is expected to have the fastest upcoming growth of anywhere in the world. HostDime caters to the Latin American market with colocation data centers in Mexico, Brazil, and Colombia, as well as a direct connect to Miami’s NAP.
HostDime’s latest line of managed dedicated servers by Supermicro features Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) so your server can be managed remotely from anywhere in the world. IPMI is included at no additional charge.
HostDime’s secure network is among the most DDoS protected in the infrastructure industry. That’s because we offer three types of DDoS protection: NETSCOUT’s local inline mitigation, a cloud-based traffic scrubbing service, and a combination of the two with our hybrid protection.
InterWorx licenses are now available on HostDime bare metal servers. For a limited time, revert your cPanel price increase by migrating to InterWorx.
“What is a BBU for RAID and do I need one?” This question comes up often, so let’s examine the purpose of a BBU and how it helps your server.
What if I said you could have a more reliable disk subset, a better hardware failover, and an improved disk input/output performance? If you aren’t familiar with RAID configurations, you can’t take advantage of these benefits.
While RAID solutions excel at data storage and protection, you have to sacrifice a little bit of speed. To combat this and keep things running fast, there’s configuration options like BBU, CacheVault, and CacheCade. Let’s dive into the benefits of each.
Dive into the pros and cons of five PHP handlers, and determine which one is best suitable for your specific server operations.