We’re excited to announce the launch of the ServerMania Cloud app, an easy to use application for your iOS or Android device which empowers you to monitor and manage your cloud services with ease.
SQL databases are the backbone of the web. Although MongoDB and other NoSQL databases have become more popular in the last decade, 60 percent of databases on the web are SQL. NoSQL databases are great for unstructured data, and they work well with JSON-based web applications, but SQL-powered relational database management systems remain the best choice for applications of all types.
More and more small businesses are choosing to shift away from their on-premise servers to a cloud-based hosting solution. But what is a cloud server and is it the right choice for your small business? In this article, we discuss the ins and outs of cloud hosting so you can make the right decision for your next business server.
Cloud computing has taken the world by storm and represents significant time and cost savings for most businesses. There is little functional difference between a public and private cloud platform. Each empowers users with the capability to launch virtual servers in a data center within minutes, each is inherently scalable, and each can be controlled, integrated, and automated via an API.
At ServerMania, we’re always looking for new solutions to empower our client’s hosting needs. We’re finally excited to announce the launch of a project which has been in development for several years - The ServerMania Cloud. It’s been engineered to give you the tools to rapidly deploy and scale cloud instances with ease, even for non-experts.
Large public cloud hosting providers like Google Cloud and AWS EC2 have been dominating the hosting space for the past few years. But how do major cloud providers compare in pricing and features to ServerMania Cloud and Dedicated Servers?
It was once common for small and medium businesses to host mission-critical software on on-premises servers rather than in the cloud. They may have operated one or more servers in a server room or small data center. Or they may have leased dedicated servers or colocated owned servers in a managed data center. However, by 2020, many SMBs have migrated from physical servers in their office to the cloud, recognizing that cloud servers excel in a wide range of SMB hosting scenarios.
Cloud servers and dedicated servers both play an important role in the IT infrastructure of most modern businesses. As many organizations are considering the move from more traditional hosting platforms like Dedicated servers, it’s important for you to understand what each server type is in order to choose the right one for your application.
As hosting technology evolves, we are introduced to new categories of cloud infrastructure such as IaaS and PaaS. Each of these structures has advantages and disadvantages depending on your business goals. In this article, we cover all you need to know about Infrastructure As A Service or IaaS so you can determine if it’s the right choice for your business.
Cloud computing is the use of internet-connected servers to host software and virtual infrastructure accessed and controlled over the web or an API. The phrase “cloud computing” has only been used for a decade or so, but the history of cloud computing stretches back much further. In this article, we provide a brief history of cloud computing from the 1960s to today.
The ServerMania team is full of incredibly talented and passionate technology experts who work hard each day to ensure our clients are empowered with the best server technology to meet their business goals. This month, we spoke to Jose Velilla, Customer Success Manager here at ServerMania.
It’s not hard for most of us to remember the good old days of dial up internet. While the content being loaded was significantly smaller than it is today, it could still take hours or even days to download some files. Thankfully, those days are long gone and many residential users even have access to speeds up to 1Gbps. But what advancements have been made for server connections?
During the month of October, ServerMania celebrated Computer Learning Month. We hope that you were able to learn a bit more about servers, through the various educational pieces we shared during the campaign period.
cPanel has introduced an updated licensing system for their popular web hosting control panel. In this blog, we’re outlining what exactly is changing in the licensing process and how this will impact current and future cPanel orders