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Whether you are a blogger or an established business, the use of the best managed WordPress hosting platform is crucial for success. WordPress has been democratizing the web for over fifteen years now. It delivers the most flexible blogging experience, and is so easy to learn that even a beginner can work on it. Released in 2003, WordPress is the website content management system (CMS) which powers over 30 percent of the entire web. It provides access to thousands of free plugins and themes, using which you can design your website and add powerful features. If you use WordPress for some hobby, then the free account is fine for you. But if you have an established website, and have regular heavy traffic, then you may face some downtime. Also, the webpages will take long to load. Since you need to ensure a lot of things to keep your website running, including the content, design, social media, marketing, and a lot more things, WordPress management may become cumbersome in the long run….
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Since the advent of internet technology, enterprises are continually dealing with increasing workloads or what is commonly known as the ‘big data’. Managing workloads include the proper alignment of company data, resources and targeting them towards desired business outcomes. For any organization, managing these workloads can be difficult sometimes, especially when it lacks the required IT skillset. Hiring or training the existing IT teams can be both time-consuming and expensive. Moreover, with the IT industry facing issues with digital transformation like transitioning from hardware or software solutions to as-a-service cloud solutions, they need help in selecting the right technology stack, its implementation and support to ease their transition. Here, the role of Managed Services Provider comes in. Before we jump on to understanding the role of managed services providers and the latest managed services trends, it is imperative to know what are managed services. What are managed…
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WIPL, one of Asia’s fastest-growing cloud hosting companies headquartered in India, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Plesk, the leading Server, Website and WordPress management platform, proven on servers, sites, apps, hosting and cloud businesses. With this deal, WIPL will empower its customers with high-quality, affordable Plesk powered hosting services. “In our quest to drive digital transformation, Plesk is delighted to have WIPL as a partner. We are certain that our platform’s features and scalability will enable WIPL to deliver countless seamless customer experiences,” said Nils Hueneke, Plesk CEO. “We are increasingly extending into adjacent areas. With the unique Plesk management platform, we will offer greater convenience to our customers with the ability to manage their web apps and technologies using a single and secure user interface in the most cost-appropriate setting,” said Ravish Gupta, CEO, WIPL. This partnership will be empowered by…
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The popularity of cloud computing has increased over the last few years due to the explosive use of the internet. From competitive tech companies to start-ups, everyone wants to get into this space. According to the research, about 94% of enterprises are using at least one cloud service today. As the enterprises shift their infrastructure on the cloud, the need for cloud load balancing solutions arise to handle traffic spikes. They can rapidly autoscale in response to the level of demand. They play a crucial role in balancing the system performance by evenly distributing the dynamic workload over multiple servers. Leading cloud providers like Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, Google Cloud and IBM lead the cloud load balancer market. If you are wondering which solution you should opt for, here we list the major cloud load balancers and their features. Alibaba Cloud Alibaba’s Cloud Server Load Balancer (SLB) redirects the incoming traffic among various instances to…
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Diadem Technologies, India’s leading cloud service provider, providing cloud, dedicated and hybrid hosting solutions for clients across the globe, announced a partnership with Plesk, the leading Server, Website and WordPress management platform, proven on servers, sites, apps, hosting and cloud businesses. With this partnership, Diadem Technologies will make Plesk powered hosting services available to its customers. “With Plesk powered hosting services, Diadem Technologies will be able to deliver out of the box, value-added services to their customers. We are very pleased to partner with them for the quickly growing Indian marketplace and we look forward to a long-lasting partnership,” said Nils Hueneke, Plesk CEO. Also read: Web Werks announces partnership with Plesk to offer fully integrated hosting services across India “With the robust Plesk management platform, we aim to provide our customers with the ability to manage their apps, websites, servers and technologies using a single…
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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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