Hosting services

We use DigitalOcean, Linode and Wedos datacenters to host your content. You can choose from several server locations, operating systems (Linux Ubuntu/Debian/CentOS, Windows, Mac), server applications and content management systems. The parameters of the server can be easily changed, adjusted and expanded exactly according to your needs.

Web hosting

You can choose from three web hosting plans. We recommend web hosting only for smaller projects, static websites and websites that you do not want to expand. For all commercial projects, we recommend server hosting (dedicated server, VPS), where you have your own public IP address and allocated performance.

# Plan Procesor / RAM Disk space Price / year
1 Basic shared (~50 MB RAM) 5 GB 30 $ / year
2 Medium shared (~150 MB RAM) 10 GB 40 $ / year
3 Optimal shared (~250 MB RAM) 15 GB 50 $ / year

Server hosting

We offer server hosting as dedicated server hosting = virtual private server (VPS) - each user has a guaranteed allocated performance and assigned own public IP address. Due to the price-performance ratio between web hosting and server hosting, we recommend using server hosting instead of web hosting even for smaller projects. Unlike web hosting, server hosting offers not only guaranteed performance (you are not limited by other users sharing the hosting with you), but the launch of your own applications.

# Processor / RAM Disk space Data transfer Price / month
1 1 CPU/ 512 MB RAM 10 GB SSD Disk 500 GB Transfer 5 $ / month
2 1 CPU/ 1 GB RAM 25 GB SSD Disk 1 TB Transfer 7 $ / month
3 1 CPU/ 2 GB RAM 50 GB SSD Disk 2 TB Transfer 12 $ / month
4 2 CPU/ 2 GB RAM 60 GB SSD Disk 3 TB Transfer 18 $ / month
5 2 CPU/ 4 GB RAM 80 GB SSD Disk 4 TB Transfer 25 $ / month
6 4 CPU/ 8 GB RAM 160 GB SSD Disk 5 TB Transfer 46 $ / month

Datacenter locations

You can choose from multiple data center locations in the US, EU, Asia and Australia.

🇺🇸 New York
🇺🇸 San Francisco
🇳🇱 Amsterdam
🇸🇬 Singapore
🇬🇧 London
🇩🇪 Frankfurt
🇨🇦 Toronto
🇮🇳 Bangalore
🇦🇺 Sydney

Web server to your needs

Server hosting includes the installation of operating system of your choice (Linux: Ubuntu/Debian/CentsOS, Windows or MacOS) and launching a web server (e.g. Apache, Nginx, NodeJS, IIS).

Apache

LAMP stack

Apache is one of the most widely used web servers in the world, powering millions of websites and web applications. It is an open-source, cross-platform server that can be easily configured and customized to meet the specific needs of a website or application. Apache is known for its reliability, scalability, and flexibility, making it a popular choice for web developers and system administrators. Its modular design allows for the easy addition of new features and capabilities, while its extensive documentation and large community of users provide ample resources for troubleshooting and support. LAMP is a widely used software stack that consists of four components: Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP.

Nginx

LEMP stack

Nginx, pronounced as "engine-x," is another popular open-source web server that has gained significant popularity in recent years. Like Apache, Nginx is known for its high performance, reliability, and scalability, making it an excellent choice for hosting high-traffic websites and web applications. One of the key strengths of Nginx is its event-driven architecture, which allows it to handle a large number of concurrent connections with minimal resource usage. This makes Nginx particularly well-suited for serving static content and as a reverse proxy for other web servers. LEMP is a software stack similar to LAMP, but it replaces Apache with the Nginx web server. The acronym LEMP stands for Linux, Nginx, MySQL, and PHP.

NodeJS

Node.js is an open-source, cross-platform runtime environment for building server-side and networking applications. It is built on Google's V8 JavaScript engine and enables developers to write scalable and high-performance network applications in JavaScript. Node.js uses an event-driven, non-blocking I/O model that makes it lightweight and efficient, especially for real-time applications that require high concurrency, such as chat applications, multiplayer games, and collaborative tools.

IIS

IIS (Internet Information Services) is a web server developed by Microsoft for use with Windows operating systems. It is a widely used platform for hosting websites, web applications, and web services. IIS provides a robust and secure environment for serving static and dynamic content, with support for a variety of web technologies, such as ASP.NET, PHP, and Python.

Pre-installed apps

You can select from installing of various administrative interface (e.g. cPanel) or installing a content management systems (e.g. WordPress, Drupal, Joomla!). Installation of any other software of your choice is of course possible.

WordPress

WordPress is a popular open-source Content Management System (CMS) used for creating and managing websites. It is built on PHP and MySQL and offers a user-friendly interface for creating and editing content, managing users, and customizing the look and feel of a website using themes and plugins. WordPress is widely used for blogging, e-commerce, business websites, and more, thanks to its flexibility, scalability, and extensive community support. It is available for free under the GNU General Public License.

WooCommerce

WooCommerce is a popular open-source e-commerce plugin designed for WordPress, the world's most widely used content management system. It allows users to transform their WordPress websites into fully-functional online stores, enabling them to sell physical and digital products, manage inventory, process payments, and handle shipping and tax calculations. WooCommerce is built on PHP and relies on a MySQL database for storing product and order information.

cPanel

cPanel is a web-based control panel that allows users to manage their web hosting accounts through an easy-to-use graphical interface. It is widely used by web hosting providers and website owners to simplify server management and website administration tasks. With cPanel, users can perform various tasks such as creating email accounts, managing databases, installing applications, configuring security settings, and monitoring server resources, among others.

Drupal

Drupal is a popular open-source content management system (CMS) that enables users to create and manage websites and applications. It is built on PHP and relies on a MySQL, MariaDB, or PostgreSQL database for storing content and configurations. With its flexible and modular architecture, Drupal allows users to customize their websites and extend its functionality through the use of thousands of contributed modules and themes.

Joomla!

Joomla! is another widely-used open-source content management system (CMS) that enables users to create and manage websites and applications. Similar to Drupal, Joomla! is built on PHP and relies on a MySQL, MariaDB, or PostgreSQL database for storing content and configurations. The platform is known for its user-friendly interface, extensive feature set, and flexibility, making it suitable for a wide range of projects, from simple personal websites to complex enterprise applications.

Prestashop

PrestaShop is a popular, open-source e-commerce platform designed for creating and managing online stores. It offers a user-friendly interface, a wide range of features, and customizable templates to help businesses of all sizes establish an online presence. With PrestaShop, merchants can easily manage their products, orders, customers, and more. It also includes built-in SEO tools, multilingual support, and a flexible payment system. The platform is regularly updated and supported by an active community of developers, making it a reliable choice for businesses looking to start or grow their online store.

Domain names registration

We provide our clients with domain name registration on almost all top-level domains (TLD). We use namecheap.com's designated registrar or a registrar of your choice for this purpose. We do not charge any additional fees for domain name registration, so domain name prices are governed by namecheap.com's price list.