Cloud Hosting

Managed VPS vs Unmanaged VPS: What’s the Difference?

Adnan Raja November 30, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

To break things down a bit, cloud VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosting is when a web hosting provider takes one massive server and partitions it up so that it can have several servers on it, each of which can run its own operating system and can be re-booted independently.  Sounds simple enough.  So what is the difference between managed VPS and unmanaged VPS?

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Cloud – Perfect solution for Forex, SEO, ASP’s & Engineering firms!

Adnan Raja November 12, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Strategizing and deploying a strong computing backbone for your company requires an approach that is both sophisticated and affordable. Because keeping budgetary requirements low is so crucial for business development, many firms are shifting from dedicated servers to Cloud Server hosting plans. Atlantic.Net has fully embraced the cloud hosting model, boasting innovative technologies in packages that fit every budget.

Cloud Hosting for SEO Companies and Advertising Agencies

Organizations in the fields of advertising, marketing, SEO, and SEM look for high-availability and consistently strong speed in hosting solutions. The stress of deadlines can be reduced if network systems are dependable. Plus, load times from any location must be optimized so that potential clients are always impressed. Cloud hosting allows advertising and SEO agencies better flexibility and reliability than is available in any other type of hosting. It’s also cost-effective. Atlantic.Net offers cloud hosting to streamline your business growth, aware that scalability is essential for advertising and marketing firms as they gain stronger footholds in the market. You can create and deploy brand-new, virtual cloud hosting servers through our user-friendly interface in as little as 30 seconds.

Cloud Server Hosting for Application Service Providers (ASPs)

Application service providers require the most sophisticated and advanced computing tools to process large amounts of data, accessible from any location. A reliable, stable, and easily adaptable system makes it possible for ASPs to optimize efficiency internally and externally. Cloud Server hosting creates an environment in which an organization can both develop its solutions and service its clients seamlessly while enjoying cost savings over dedicated servers.

Atlantic.Net’s Cloud Server hosting plans are appreciated by application service providers for a number of reasons: strong performance, unbeatable reliability, and the latest innovations in server elasticity. When businesses need to grow fast, the scalability of the cloud is a particularly enticing feature. With cloud hosting, billing is “on demand” – you only pay for the resources you need. In fact, Atlantic.Net adjusts your rate every second dependent on use. If you ever need an additional Cloud Server, you can have one running live in 30 seconds through our easy-to-use platform.

Cloud Server Hosting for Engineering Firms

Engineering firms need access to the most cutting-edge technologies to handle and store large files, with the ability to access them quickly from anywhere. An infrastructure with high-availability allows the company to complete work effectively and on time while also establishing a strong front to maintain client relationships. Cloud Server hosting provides that infrastructure, with a reduction in cost versus dedicated servers.
The Cloud Server hosting offered at Atlantic.Net meets the needs of engineering businesses in several core ways: it’s fast; its reliability is based on manifold redundancies, and it is highly scalable. No business wants its infrastructure to slow down its growth. Scalability allows your business to expand quickly without paying extra for a cushion. Atlantic.Net only bills you for what you are using during each individual second. Plus, you can create new Cloud Servers whenever you need them, and you can have them online almost immediately: it takes under a minute to complete the process.

Cloud Server Hosting for Forex and Stock Trading

Currency analysts recognize the foreign exchange market as a field typified by careful timing and, frequently, huge amounts of capital. The strength of an application hosting plan – its performance and reliability – is fundamental to well-executed Forex trading. Cloud hosting provides Forex professionals a speedy and secure system for easy accessibility to trading data. The plethora of redundancies characteristic of cloud hosting, with virtualization distributing the server across a wide variety of devices, allows your trading software to run seamlessly around the clock (even while you sleep). Cloud hosting is also more affordable than a dedicated server. Best of all, the cloud hosting solutions at Atlantic.Net allow immediate scalability: in just 30 seconds, you can create and implement a new cloud server. Forex trading should also be conducted within a computing platform in which security is the utmost priority.

Atlantic.Net has the experience to spare, with 2014 marking our platinum anniversary (20 years in business). Throughout our history, a two-pronged focus has driven us forward: exceeding expectations in both technological advancement and client support.

In the industry of Forex trading, your ability to outpace the competition is often dictated by the quality of your cloud hosting provider (CHP). Atlantic.Net wins the business of many investing and trading organizations because we don’t require a contract or upfront fees. Plus, we guarantee 100% up-time in our SLA (service level agreement).

When an engineering firm selects a provider for Cloud Server hosting, it can be a daunting decision due to the widespread competition for its business. Atlantic.Net stands out for engineering companies because there is an upside: we guarantee your site will be running constantly, and we don’t need a commitment. Our SLA promises 100% uptime, and you don’t sign a contract or incur upfront fees. Call us now at 1.800.521.5881 to speak with an advisor about Cloud Server hosting for your business.

Call 800.521.5881 today to speak to an advisor and sign up. Build, test, and deploy SSD Cloud Hosting in seconds on a highly redundant hardware platform, try our SSD cloud servers and see what all the buzz is about!

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Atlantic.Net offers Free Cloud Services after Hurricane Sandy

Joel November 5, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Atlantic.Net offers relief to businesses affected by data center outages due to Hurricane Sandy.

Atlantic.Net, a privately-held leading hosting solutions provider announced today that they will be offering relief to those affected by the Northeastern US data center outages caused by Hurricane Sandy. Atlantic.Net is offering free cloud server hosting services to businesses that rely on data centers currently experiencing issues due to the storm.

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Newer Cloud Servers with 40Gigabit Infiniband

Adnan Raja October 24, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

If you’re starting to notice a system slowdown as your busy server and cloud connections struggle to handle your ever-increasing data volume, you’re ready to upgrade. Newer Cloud Servers with 40Gigabit infiniband vs. 1GB or 10GB can take you to a higher bandwidth and lower latency (Latency is another word for noticeable lag time between server and client. Low latency is important in user interface applications as well as processing large amounts of data backup.)

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The Advantages of Cloud Computing for Small & Start-Up Businesses

Eddie September 15, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

The term “start-up company” is often associated with a high-growth, technology-oriented company that has both a high risk, as well as a high potential return on investment.  Sure, cloud computing offers benefits to businesses of all sizes, but these advantages apply even more to smaller, newer companies who do not yet have a large budget to invest in their own managed Cloud Hosting  or an IT staff.  Here are a few reasons why the cloud can be a good choice for start-up businesses:

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Types of Hosting Servers

Glenn July 22, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

If you just spent the last few months creating or redesigning a website, the last thing you want to experience is any sort of downtime caused by overloading the server from an increase in your number of site visitors.  When it comes to hosting services, there are three basic options to choose from.  Understanding the differences between the platforms can allow you to make the best decision for your specific business’ needs.

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Integrating Key Management & Cloud Management Solutions

Joel June 2, 2012 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Data encryption can be achieved in more than one way, but it is the encryption key management that remains a challenge for many companies hosting resources in the cloud.  It can be incredibly easy to suddenly have hundreds or thousands of keys that need managing.  In fact, the entire information technology industry accepts that cloud key management is critical to the security and encryption in the cloud.

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Five Cloud Computing Myths

Adnan Raja November 18, 2011 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Separating the myths from the facts of cloud computing is a good place to start when you are trying to figure out the best solution for your business.  Let’s take a look at five popular cloud computing myths and the realities behind them so that you can make intelligent and informed decisions about the cloud.

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Making mass data storage in the cloud a reality

Glenn October 1, 2011 by under Cloud Hosting 0 Comments

Until recent years, cloud-based mass data storage was impractical because of prevailing internet connectivity speeds, and the lack of robust management options for remote storage and access to large amounts of data. Since most if not all companies had their primary IT infrastructure in-house, cloud-based storage required immense throughput and was considerably less responsive than local storage options. In addition, the cost of running a suitable data center meant that cloud storage was economically unviable for most common cases.

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