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Application hosting environment: The whys and whats

Not too long ago, any company hoping to share an application with the world would have to set up, maintain and manage their own physical server. Today, thanks to advances in cloud computing and services like Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform, anyone can put their application online with minimal effort. Application hosting is […]

What is an Enterprise Cloud? Get The Full Picture

Large organisations require robust and reliable website hosting to ensure they are able to deliver a seamless experience. In the past, the best option available would be to invest in the infrastructure to host your website or application on your own servers, but cloud computing has changed all of this. Rather than pay for your […]

What is private platform as a service (PaaS)?

Cloud computing has paved the way for seamless collaboration from anywhere in the world. It is also changing the way companies access hosting services and making it possible to avoid the need to own the physical infrastructure. And while many hosting services make it possible to share a website, application or software with the world, […]

How To Deploy & Host A Java Web Application

Java is a programming language used to create applications that can run on a single computer or a server. It is known as an object-oriented programming language capable of running on billions of devices. Java is a popular choice for building and deploying web apps thanks to the cross-platform compatibility that is suitable for desktop, […]

HTTP/1 vs. HTTP/2 vs. HTTP/3 – Explained

If you’ve visited any websites before then you will have undoubtedly seen the “HTTP” or “HTTPS” prefixes at the start of a web address. For the average internet user, these will simple be ignored and you won’t find any reason to pay attention to them. After all, it’s a domain name that you type into […]

Top 11 Reasons to Change your Web Hosting Provider in 2021

So you’ve finally decided on a web hosting provider to host your website with, but things haven’t ended up how you thought they would. Perhaps you’ve found that the service isn’t what you thought it would be, or maybe your business has expanded and you have just outgrown your current web hosting plan! Maybe the […]