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We continue our series of articles dedicated to the main theme - launching your project online. There are already some posts in our blog about editing hosts file, hosting your web site, etc. Here below you can find out how to register a new domain.
We’d like to announce that from now on every client of HostZealot has an opportunity to set RDNS record with just a few clicks.
HostZealot is announcing an increase in the number of supported payment systems. From now on you can use Bitcoins to pay for hosting services.
IPMI (Intelligent Platform Management Interface) is an interface designed for server control and monitoring, which can be carried out independently of the OS installed and current state of the server.
On a hardware level IPMI is a separate BMC (Baseboard management controller) microcontroller that operates regardless of server's hardware and software configuration. Also, the device has its own network interface, which allows user to establish connection even when the server is powered off.
HostZealot provides a software tool for testing Internet connection between client's host and chosen location for hosting online project before ordering one of the hosting services, i.e. dedicated server, VPS or web hosting.
HostZealot is pleased to announce that shared hosting is now also available in our location in Sweden!
Virtual Personal Server (VPS) hosting is often regarded as an excellent alternative to other hosting options because:
it is not so expensive as a dedicated hosting;
- but much more reliable and flexible than a shared hosting.
Also, installing or reinstalling an OS of your own choice in any time is one of the benefits, which VPS has compared to shared hosting.
If you have heard a term “colocation”, but don't know exactly what it is and what it has to do with using a server for your commercial needs, this article will give you some basic clues to start with.
Colocation can be interpreted as placing your own server in a rack along with other servers located in a facility with special conditions.