We have not gone completely bananas and launched an animal themed shared hosting company. But we have made a fake one – Happy Moose – as a reference for running such a business in a public cloud using AWS. Check it out!
Amazon Web Services was launched back in 2006, a move that has paid off handsomely for Amazon. The company now holds an estimated 31 percent of the cloud service market, which puts them firmly in the lead. However, Microsoft has been making great progress with Azure (launched in 2010), and Google began competing directly with them both when they launched Google Compute Engine (their Amazon EC2 equivalent) in late 2013.
In this article we’re going to take a close look at how these three compare in terms of geographical coverage, something bound to be an important factor for many people and businesses considering which one to use.
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.