Website Hosting

Think of a website as an online puzzle made up of various files. These files need a home—a server—so people around the globe can visit your site. This process of housing your website files on a server is what we refer to as “hosting.”

When it comes to hosting, you’ve got options aplenty. But here at Graticle Design, we roll out the red carpet for our clients with top-of-the-line Cloud Hosting.

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Cloud Hosting

Cloud Hosting

When it comes to hosting, we don’t mess around. We run your website on a proprietary configuration that’s built on the Google Cloud Platform—the fastest network in the world. Yep, you heard it right. We’re talking about the same robust network that powers heavy-hitters like Gmail, YouTube, and more.

What’s Included in Our Hosting Package?

Let’s get into the nitty-gritty of what our top-notch hosting solution offers you:

  • Daily Backups: We take daily snapshots of your website, ensuring that you can easily restore it to a previous state in case of any mishaps.

  • Content Delivery Network (CDN): Supercharge your site’s speed by distributing your content across a global network of servers. Your visitors get faster load times, no matter where they are.

  • Web Application Firewall (WAF): Consider this your website’s personal bodyguard. Our WAF protects your site against various online threats and vulnerabilities.

  • DDoS Protection: In the unfortunate event that your website is targeted with a DDoS attack, our protection services kick in to keep your site up and running.

  • SSL Certificate: Nowadays, security is non-negotiable. Our SSL Certificate not only secures the connection between your website and your visitors but also boosts your site’s SEO.

  • Malware Scanning: Your website is scanned regularly for malware, providing an extra layer of security and peace of mind.

By choosing our hosting solution, you’re opting for a fortress of a website that’s not just secure but also blazing fast and reliably up—always.

Shared Hosting

Alternatively, most low-cost hosting you see advertised on the internet is Shared Hosting.

What this means is that there is one server that holds hundreds (sometimes thousands) of websites. These websites also share the same software. If a website on that server has a problem, it can affect the other websites on that server. This is the downside, since your website can become slow if another website is consuming all of the resources on that server. The upside is that it’s “cheap.”

As with anything you purchase, you get what you pay for.

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