With Cloud Sites hosting, data is stored on clusters of servers, instead of a single stand-alone server. This provides increased reliability, reducing the risk of downtime by removing a single point of failure. It also allows for better scaling of resources when there is high traffic or load spikes.
Articles in this section
- What is Cloud Sites?
- What is a Compute Cycle?
- What are the nameservers for Cloud Sites?
- How is Cloud Sites backed up?
- What should a website’s default page be named?
- The website is not loading in a browser after the files have been uploaded to the server, what might be causing this?
- How do I change the domain I am hosting to a different domain name?
- Where do you check a domain’s quotas and actual usage for bandwidth and disk space?
- Can blogs be installed on Cloud Sites?
- Are customers required to maintain any scripts or code uploaded to our server?