Welcome to the fourth part of our ABC of Hosting series, in which we take a quick look at some industry essentials. This time we focus on the letters M to P.
Welcome to the third part of our ABC of Hosting series, in which we take a quick look at some industry essentials. This time we focus on the letters I to L.
We’re only a few weeks away from the launch of Atomia 17.3, the first major release of our web hosting software suite in 2017. The release is scheduled to go live mid March and is currently being beta tested.
Dropsuite is one of our most recent partners and have brought a great value-add service to our customers. If you’re a shared hosting provider powered by Atomia’s hosting software, you can now easily resell Dropsuite’s backup solution to your end users.
As this year is drawing to a close and the holiday season is upon us, we thought it would be nice with a short recap of the year. We’re proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish.
The web hosting industry is thriving. Server infrastructure is better and more affordable than ever before and the market keeps growing. This also means there is a lot of competition out there, so if you’re running a hosting business you’ll want to maximize your chances of long-term success. One way is to aim for a global audience, and another is to minimize the resources you need for day-to-day operations.
We’d like to welcome a new hosting company to the Atomia family. Tu CPD Virtual (which translates to Your Virtual Data Center in English) launched a couple of weeks ago in Spain, and we’re very happy to have them on board. Congratulations on launching!
Tu CPD Virtual offers pay-as-you-go VPS hosting using Atomia’s hosting and billing software. Here is how they describe themselves and their approach to the market.
September release of Atomia’s hosting software will support hybrid cloud, CloudLinux & Let’s Encrypt
As you may know if you’ve followed us for a while, we have two major releases of our hosting and billing software per year. In September it’s time for the second big one of 2016, which will open up even more possibilities for hosting providers.
This is a quick sneak peek of some of the new features and improvements that are coming in our next release.
Today more than 40 percent of web access is done via mobile devices, and this is a growing trend. It shouldn’t come as a surprise. Just think about how often you yourself access the web on your mobile device — and you’re hardly alone. There were 2.6 billion smartphone subscriptions worldwide in 2015, and by now you can add a couple of hundred million to that number.
With internet access everywhere and a smartphone in every hand, being able to work on the go has not just become a possibility, it has become a requirement.
This blog post will give you an overview of how Atomia’s software lets you automate billing, customer management and provisioning for OpenStack, turning it into a complete solution for selling cloud hosting. We will also list some of the other business benefits you get by using Atomia.