When selecting a web host, it is important to understand what you are paying for. If your websites rely on being online and is critical for ongoing business operations or marketing campaigns, the web hosting company you choose can make you or break you.
This is why at Koomohost, we don’t sell on price or focus on numbers. Our goal is simply to provide a quality, premium web hosting service on a proven cloud architecture.
We chose to go with Amazon AWS – the premiere cloud provider.
The most notable services you should be aware of is the difference between being local and on a global platform. As you’ll see below, we point out that most basic web hosts are using local components. What that means to you, is the software is running on the same server as your website and is limited by the capacity of that server.
If your server gets busy due to others getting lots of traffic, security attacks or email congestion, your site will be impacted. By using a global platform like Route 53 DNS, Google Apps or System email, your site has a higher performance and reliability due to the resources being a whole infrastructure (network) rather than a single server.
And lastly, we put you on your own dedicated cloud server. This time “sharing is not good”. 🙂
Maximum Server Density
Local Server Components
No Network Firewall
No Site Back Ups
Fully Managed Website
Optimum Server Density
Global Server Components
Performance & Caching
Automatic Site Back Ups
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