EstHost, Inc., a hosting provider, announced that its virtual hosting service will be moved to a new platform. CentOS Supermicro servers with advanced capabilities will be used.
The company states that it offers a wide range of hosting solutions: from virtual hosting to VPS services, and even more. It says that virtual hosting remains one of the most widely used hosting services today.
Therefore, caring for its numerous virtual hosting customers, company avers that it will now makes changes in its virtual hosting platform, which will affect both reliability and performance of the service in a positive way.
It explains that it is changing the virtual hosting infrastructure to servers provided by Supermicro, a server hardware manufacturer, known for enterprise stability.
File system uses RAID system, which allows storing files in a most stable and safe way. It claims that a new platform allows storing even more data in RAM. The servers will be using stable, enterprise-focused operating system.
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