Over the years we have invested a lot of money in ensuring our network is as resilient as possible. Things will go wrong and it’s our job to ensure a minimal amount of disruption for customers and any customers you may have too. To achieve this on our network, we introduced High Availability with a twist. F2H High Availability provides a three-stage mitigation plan that follows;-
Stage One Mitigation – F2HCloud services will move to another server in the same data centre.
Stage Two Mitigation – F2HCloud services will move to another server in a data centre in the same country.
Stage Three Mitigation – F2HCloud services will move to a different server in a different data centre in a different country.
The ability to move services to a different country is unique to F2HCloud and sets us apart from the likes of Azure and AWS which are all run from the same country.
Server Side Protection
As the network is highly available we also need to ensure individual servers are protected. To achieve this we use the industry-leading CloudLinux OS. CloudLinux protects all users on a cPanel server from some very serious security concerns. Without CloudLinux and with the correct conditions it is possible for other users on a cPanel server to gain access to other accounts on the same server. CloudLinux also provides Web Hosts with the ability to restrict resource usage. This is also very important because without it, users on a server can consume an unlimited amount of resources which would be unfair to the other users on the server but more importantly. It could also take down a server. Each of F2HCloud’s plans includes limits on the usage of resources like RAM, Entry processes and database throughput. Below are the current limits for our shared hosting plans and Shared cPanel Server plans. Individual cPanel accounts may not use more than these resource limits.
Cloud Web Hosting & Shared cPanel Servers
MySQL I/O Throughput
Maximum Simultaneous Processes
For Shared cPanel Server customers we may agree to increase these limits on a case-by-case basis and further costs would apply. Cloud Hosting users can upgrade to the Shared cPanel Server plans. If you host a WordPress website, did you know this can be done on a small server with free litespeed and automatic setup?
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