Business hosting

NVMe disk space
RAM size
CPU cores
Memcached, Redis and OPcache
Sphinx
Apache
OpenLiteSpeed
PHP-FPM
Unlimited sites
Unlimited subdomains
PHP memory_limit
Server locations

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PHP
PHP 8.0, 7.4, 7.3, 7.2, 7.1, 7.0, 5.6, 5.5, 5.4, 5.3, 5.2
Zend Optimizer
ionCube Loader
HTTP/2 support
MySQL
MySQL 5.7 or 8.0 databases
Remote MySQL connection
Access to PHPMyAdmin
Options
SSH
100% IPv6 support
Perl [modules]
Python
Support for GIT and SVN repositories
Security
Backup
Antivirus protection
Protection against spambots
Two-factor authentication
Protection against guessing passwords for CMS
Mail options
Mailboxes
Postal protocols
Email encryption (SSL)
Webmail
Anti-virus mail scan
Checking mail for spam

When a site cannot be placed on shared hosting servers due to increased demands on server resources, you have to switch to VPS. But to manage a VPS, you have to learn Linux on your own or hire an administrator. Business hosting (VIP hosting) combines the functions of VPS and virtual hosting - you use a convenient and familiar control panel while having guaranteed resources, if there are not enough resources, you can always increase them through the control panel.

Hosting for business or VIP hosting

What sites or projects require business hosting?

This type of professional hosting is perfect for corporate sites, popular blogs and online stores, the functioning of which affects the efficiency of the business, as well as for sites that have grown out of regular hosting and require more resources, but at the same time are not too large for that. to be hosted on a dedicated server. Business hosting is a solution for those who want to be able to smoothly increase server resources as their Internet project grows.

What are the differences / benefits of business hosting from regular web hosting?

Hosting for business is VIP hosting for your website, which has dedicated server resources for each account, which do not need to be shared with someone else, as is the case on shared hosting servers. Business hosting has no limit on the number of processor minutes that can be consumed, no limit on the number of inodes for the placement of files and the size of the database.

What is the difference between business hosting and VPS?

The principle of allocating resources for a website for a business hosting is the same as for a VPS. A certain number of processor cores, memory and disk space are allocated for each account. But the VPS server will have to be independently administered or a specialist will have to be hired for these purposes. There is no such need for business hosting, everything is just as simple there as on shared hosting. In addition, there are additional advantages of business hosting - site backups are made on a separate server, there is protection against DDOS attacks and mail does not consume server resources while on a separate mail server. In the control panel, you can do almost everything that can be done on shared hosting.

Business hosting or dedicated server?

The advantage of business hosting is the ability to increase resources as the project grows, which significantly saves money. It is worth transferring a project to a dedicated server only when there are not enough business hosting resources for it.

How to transfer a website from shared hosting to business hosting?

When changing the tariff from shared hosting to business hosting, the transfer of sites occurs automatically and does not require any action from the administrator. Despite the fact that business and shared hosting are located on different servers, the migration procedure occurs unnoticed by site visitors.