Changing my website hosting.
Hi guys, I was just looking for a bit of advice. It’s time to renew my website hosting. I’m currently wtih One.com, they’re OK with decent support but I’ve had a few issues recently with downtime and I think it could be faster. Most my visits are UK with Central Europe and the USA making up a reasonable percentage if that makes a difference. I don’t mind paying a bit, not a huge ammount, but want it to be fast and reliable. I host a fair few pictures and regularly blog with photos so it’s quite a lot of data.
I’ve done all the searching but it seems like all the review sites are far from impartial. From searching on here I’m looking at Aegis or TSOhost.
Anyone used any of the above? Any other recommendations?
Any help is very much appreciated!Posted 5 years agoatlazMember
Doug – If you want my “professional” opinion (been in the industry for years), drop me a line and I’ll give you my advice. Personally I use Site5.com for my sites and have been very happy with them so I think you could do far worse (inevitable affiliate link: http://www.site5.com/in.php?id=69397 )
That said if you want something in a specific physical location I can recommend something I’m sure. Or even do a deal with you 😉Posted 5 years agopeterfileMember
another vote for TSO host.
they reply to emails within the hour (although generally within about 15 mins!), which is a real selling point. Their support staff are also knowledgable.
no issues from my end in terms of relibility etc.
I used 123reg before tsohost. I wouldn’t wish them on anyonePosted 5 years agoxiphonMember
Back when I worked for an ISP, we had about 20-25k static sites on Apache 1.3, and dual Pentium 3 / 4GB RAM servers.
Dynamic .NET sites were around 10k per box, on IIS6, similar hardware spec.
Dynamic LAMP sites were around 15k per box, on Apache 1.3.
Certainly an impressive technical feat…
OP – a cloud based shared platform might be what you’re after.Posted 5 years ago
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