The platform is great. However, there is an issue with my cdn and my website and after 48 hours it still has not been resolve...展开
d. I am aware that I have a standard support package but this should be part of the package as it is from their end. One other issue which I was not aware when I decided to go with them is that they are using a late version of PHP. Not great for speed. You have to be on the next suppôt level, to be upgraded at a cost of £100 support for at least 6 months. Not happy right now.
Through the years, DirectNIC has provided us excellent service, support and pricing for hosting and domain registration. I ha...展开
ve had no reason to look for an alternate hosting provider – albeit, we only have a few modest sites.
Access and control of some features has become more convoluted in the past few years. Thusly, I might not recommend DirectNic hosting to a complete novice, but if one is minimally cognizant of web development; then all the standard tools are available.
After using other registrars (and being beat over the head with the hard sell) I've moved all our domains to the civility of DirectNic and neever looked back.
In the long run – it would be hard to be more pleased with a tech company.
Cloudways offers shared hardware plans from Vultr HF, Linode, DO, etc., which are not recommended by the vendors for producti...展开
on websites. You don't get a dedicated CPU - just a single thread on a CPU, potentially sharing core with other threads. The vendors are aware that in a busy environment, you can only expect a fraction of a single CPU thread. Study Linode , DO, Vultr websites to find more details! You may be shocked to find that with Cloudways you are being served on cloud shared hosting that is sliced, packaged and sold to you under the VPS title.
You will allocate about 0.5 GB for your dedicated Linux installation, leaving only 0.5 GB of RAM for your website. The CPU core on VultrHF is almost two times slower at processing MySQL queries compared to a LiteSpeed web server on AMD EPYC like NameHero. So you can pay $8 per month to NameHero to get 3 CPU / 3 GB RAM, or $10 per month to get 1 vCPU/ 0.5 GB RAM (after we take into account 0.5 GB reserved for Linux). NameHero gives you six times more resources and is cheaper. Is it consistent with the conclusion that Cloudways is the most cost-effective solution?
For more technical details, visit https://www.webwhim.co.uk/how-to-select-a-wordpress-hosting-provider/#Cloudways.