A possible setup with Atomia Cloud Hosting Platform
Atomia strives to provide the best and most profitable hosting experience on the market today. Fully automated processes (no more error prone manual handling!) and easy-to-use control panels is what we are known for, and yet we cannot stress enough the importance of a good IT infrastructure setup.
Read the top 4 reasons to cluster our shared hosting after the break!
Last week, we traveled to Florida to meet a few interesting hosting companies in the area.
During our visit, we also had time to enjoy the weather and local cuisines. Our geek hearts
skipped a beat or two when we got to see the office were the first IBM PC (model 5150) was
built back in 1981 under the direction of the now legendary Don Estridge (1937-1985).
Our Swedish team have relocated to a new shiny office at Kopparbergsvägen 8 in central Västerås. The new location doesn’t only offer a bigger variety of lunch restaurants, it also makes traveling much more convenient for those who travel by bus or train. But, most importantly, the new office gives us room to grow the number of employees.
In this video we demonstrate how Atomia Cloud Hosting Platform can be installed on a server using Atomia Sky Manager. After the installation the complete platform will be set up with all the resources needed to start hosting both Linux and Windows websites.
The installation is performed on a single host with moderate specifications:
We are back in our offices in Sweden and Serbia after a great week at Europa Park in Rust, Germany. Attending this year’s World Hosting Days gave us the chance to meet our partners and clients and to make some great new contacts, too. We took a look at what’s new in the hosting business and held a session about DNSSEC.
The interest for Atomia DNS (our open source DNS management system) has exceeded our expectations and last Friday we decided to give the community a chance to play around with it without actually installing it.
AtomiaDNS.net is a free to use DNS service, it is fully functional and you can use the Atomia DNS Web App to manage your domain names or connect to the API using CURL, the Atomia DNS command line client or your homebrewed application. I built one myself in C# this weekend and wrote a blog post with some tips on how to get started.
We have no intention of making profit on this service, therefor we cannot guarantee the perfect up-time or availability, we will, however, do our best to give you a great experience of our software.
It is really easy to get started with the service; head over to http://atomiadns.com/demo and sign up for an account. It takes less than 30 seconds to get started!