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Cloud Hosting Technology
Extremely feature-packed, this is all most developers will ever need and more.
Cloud Hosting is advanced technology made extremely simple. The applications you load on the Cloud immediately and automatically inherit clustered processing, load-balancing, and redundant storage. The moment you upload an application, it's set to scale across an entire fleet of computers. There are no devices to think about or servers to configure. You don't install an operating system, you simply select one. You don't administer the underlying systems, you develop your own unique applications.
In fact, Cloud Hosting was designed to meet a unique set of goals to make the process of web development faster and easier:
It had to be "device-less." There are no servers, VPSes, operating systems, or devices for you to setup and configure. Simply upload your application, and you're off and running.
It had to scale automatically. It's hard to predict when you'll need to scale quickly, and really, you shouldn't have to. Because clustering is built right in, the process powering your application simply surges when your traffic surges.
It had to be flexible. Who are we to pick the technologies you use? We chose a far better approach: to build best-practice environments for lots of technology, so you can choose the framework that best fits your needs.
It had to be easy. You can launch a new application quickly with the technologies you want to power it. The entire process is very easy. We even do some DNS magic so you can get started before your domain name fully migrates.
It could never be obsolete. Most importantly, Cloud Hosting is a dynamic environment where you are automatically provided upgrades, patches, and even new technologies without any effort or migration on your part. That's a sure cure for server obsolesce and a welcome change if your current provider charges you month after month for an aging setup they racked a year ago.
Now, doesn't that sound like cloud computing? Learn more about how Cloud Hosting compares to the prospect of leasing your own server.