HostLove is please to offer a discount on .ROCKS domain names – more to follow….
You have probably came across the term gTLD, in the rare occasion that you haven’t, this is an acronym for “Generic Top Level Domain Name” and this includes: .com, .org, .net and .gov. Due to the lack of available domain names within the gTLD name space, ICANN (the governing body of Domain Names) introduced New Top Level Domain Names to increase availability of domain names. Thus, they decided to introduce new Domain Names including: .London, .solutions, .digital, .finance and .club.
As previously mentioned, new top level domain names were introduced to free up domain name space and these new extensions permit easy recognition of an individual’s/businesses specialism at a quick glance, for example, technicaldatacentre.solutions
It can be a difficult decision for businesses when they are deciding on the type of server they require as, commonly, each individual business has unique requirements they are looking to satisfy. It is worthwhile that you spend adequate time researching the options available to ensure that you reach an appropriate conclusion.
A Cloud Server is simply a cluster of virtual machines all running within the same network. These cloud servers are highly redundant and use a variety of hardware, ensuring 100% uptime and reliability. In reality all hosting providers ‘clouds’ are different, as these have been built at different times using different technologies, hardware and features.
A dedicated server is a physical server which we would host in our state-of-the-art data centre. You are the sole user & owner of this server, all resources available within the server are available for your requirements only – there are no shared elements to this solution – this will be mirrored in the power & speed you experience with this solution.
This weekend we will be carrying out our 5 yearly maintenance inspection of all electrical systems. During this time the test server will be offline all weekend Saturday 29th March and Sunday 30th March.
Sorry for any inconvenience caused.