November 2019 Archives

HostBill is a popular billing and automation software for the web hosting industry with thousands of clients (Hosting, Cloud/IaaS/VPS Solutions Providers, Domain name and SSL Resellers) all over the world. This year in November, HostBill celebrates its 10 years anniversary. We interviewed Kris Pajak, HostBill CEO, and asked him about the changes in the web hosting industry in the past 10 years, how HostBill platform has evolved over the years and what are the plans of HostBill in 2020. Read on… 1. Let’s begin with a brief introduction of yours and an overview of HostBill. I’m Kris Pajak – founder and CEO of HostBill. HostBill is a powerful and flexible, all-in-one automation, billing, client management and support platform for the web hosting industry. Our software handles all aspects of running a successful online business, from client acquisition, through invoicing and payment collection, automated service provisioning and management, to customer service and support. HostBill…
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In 2020, worldwide online CDN traffic is projected to reach 252 EB per month, up from 54 EB per month in 2017 – Statista. Everyone is on the internet these days. Whether a user is performing a simple Google search or watching a video on YouTube or streaming content on Netflix or Amazon Prime, he looks for speedy content delivery to his device. Here, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) play an integral part. CDN plays a major role in ensuring that the content is delivered as fast and quickly as possible to the user. Let’s dig deeper to know more about what is CDN and how it works. What is CDN? A CDN is a system of distributed servers or networks that deliver content like webpages, videos, images, etc. to a user, from a server closest to his geographical location. Three main factors are involved in the working of a CDN – the user’s location, website or hosting server’s location and the content delivery server’s location. How CDN works? As per a study by…
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CloudLinux Inc., with headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States, and ZNet Technologies Pvt. Ltd, of Jaipur, India, are proud to announce a new distribution partnership for the CloudLinux family of products. ZNet Technologies, part of the RP tech India group (www.rptechindia.com), is a leading cloud service and web hosting provider based in Jaipur, India. CloudLinux services the Linux web hosting sector with its leading operating system, kernel patching and cybersecurity software. With this partnership, CloudLinux will be able to reach unexplored markets in India via the widely-spread partner network of ZNet Technologies. A diverse and multicultural country, India is the beating heart of Asia’s internet and IT economy that continues to grow and break new records. With India representing 18% of the world’s population, it’s an attractive base for enterprises like CloudLinux, wishing to take advantage of the nation’s huge market potential, as well as its…
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An unparalleled event for the leaders in the cloud and hosting industry in India, Cloud leadership summit 2019 concluded successfully in Goa. The event that took place at Hotel Le Méridien Calangute, Goa, India from 8 to 10 November, brought together CEOs and heads of the leading multinationals in the Indian cloud and hosting industry together in a relaxed setting. There were the following sessions at the event. 1.Panel Discussion: Future of Web Hosting in 2020 and Beyond The panelists included Tarun Dua, CEO – E2E Networks, Narendra Sen, CEO – Rackbank and Samir Jhaveri, CEO – XcellHost Cloud. There was a discussion on the future of web hosting and how web hosting companies have to evolve in order to remain relevant and grow stronger. There were also discussions on the growth of the Indian datacenter industry and its future. With niche markets still open, what should service providers do to compete with three big public cloud providers? Further, they discussed how to provide…
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Among the many service plans in the website hosting field, there’s a bit of confusion between two similar-sounding names: Shared Hosting and Reseller Hosting. So let’s clear this up. Shared Hosting This means that the original web hosting company sells several accounts on one server. A server is a dedicated PC used to host websites and interface with the World Wide Web. The opposite is dedicated hosting – one computer, one website. On a shared hosting plan, one computer can serve for many websites. Since disk space is cheap and websites on a typical shared host plan are only going to run a WordPress blog anyway, this makes practical sense. A shared host plan is similar to renting an apartment in a larger building with other tenants, all of you paying a share of the rent. Reseller Hosting By contrast, a reseller account lets you play the landlord. You still pay for server space, but like an AirBnB, you can turn around and sell portions of your server space to other…
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Hivelocity, a global provider of bare-metal servers, edge-compute, colocation and cloud hosting services, announced today its dedicated servers are now available with Intel’s latest generation coffee-lake Xeon processors. Intel’s latest generation of Xeon E processors introduce additional cores and higher clock speeds when compared to the previous generation. Hivelocity will be offering both the 6 core E-2236 and the 8 core E-2278G processors. The latter not only includes the Intel UHD Graphics P630 integrated onto the chips’ die, the “G” in the part number stands for “graphics”, but also offers a base clock speed of 3.40 GHz with an amazing 5.0 GHz possible with the turbo feature. “Our customers are doing some really incredible stuff and seem to have an ever increasing thirst for more cores and higher clock-speeds. Intel’s latest Xeon E processors provide us with the ability to give our customers a very power entry level bare-metal solution for around a hundred bucks,” said…
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