Genuine Cloud Architecture
Have a look at the benefits you have from hosting your sites with a provider, running a Genuine Cloud Architecture.
In the web hosting field, cloud architecture identifies employing different web servers for every single service that is a part of the hosting service. In other words, your files, databases and emails will not run on the exact same machine, but on separate ones. Such a setup results in higher uptime and much better overall performance because only one kind of system processes will work on the server, so the system resources will be utilized as good as possible. Various service providers these days promote their cloud services, but what they supply is not genuine cloud architecture for the reason that the web hosting control panels they use are not designed to function with anything different from an individual server. In case everything is run on one machine, a trouble with just a single service can take the entire server offline. In this light, when you are looking for cloud hosting, you should verify if the service you'll get is really a cloud one or whether this is a marketing trick.
Genuine Cloud Architecture in Shared Website Hosting
The shared Internet hosting service that we offer uses a genuine cloud platform and you will be able to use its entire potential and benefit from its advantages from the in-house built Hepsia Control Panel, which was designed exclusively for it. We have clusters of servers handling each and every part of the web hosting service such as files, statistics, databases, Control Panel, emails, and many others, so you'll practically never experience any downtime of your Internet sites even for maintenance procedures. The system resources you can use will be virtually unrestricted as we can add more hard disk drives for more space and entire servers for more processing power to any of the clusters if needed. If you get one of our shared hosting solutions, you will use an exceptionally fast, stable and reliable hosting service on a genuine cloud platform.