Why this lowest price for our Cloud SSD servers

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Why this lowest price for our Cloud SSD servers - Host My Website Online

To answer the question why are we offering the lowest possible price for our Cloud SSD shared web hosting accounts, I want to let everyone introduce the founder of Host My Website Online; Mr Jafar Muhammed is a veteran open source contributor who is passionate about the open Web. He is contributing to various non-profit organisations where he focuses on digital inclusion. He is advocating about the potential power of the Web.

As part of his mission, he started offering web hosting services to his closed client group five years ago. It was not well branded and a personal service offering. Recently he identified that there is high and growing number of webmasters who are being trapped and locked in proprietary ecosystems where different companies and websites are offering free Web hosting services to attract them.

The team behind Host My Website Online discovered that such free offering websites are potentially dangerous to the people who use their facilities and on a large scale damaging for the healthful Internet. As part of his awareness efforts, he wrote a blog post explaining why it is a bad idea to rely on a free domain name and free hosting service provider.

Being a startup, we are greatly influenced by his vision and commitment towards the safe and affordable web for everyone.

After checking various costs to us, we have finalised the price per one entry-level hosting account. And with this pricing, we started offering our Web hosting service to everyone; so anyone can take advantage of our lowest priced premium Cloud SSD servers without lock-in themselves in a shady company’s trap.

Here, I will brief how can we provide our services at this lowest price yet the premium infrastructure.

SSD the Storage of Tomorrow

We are running our servers on a Cloud SSD network, and here is what we make one of the most rooted cost cutting. I am not going deep in the comparison between HDD vs SSD here, but I will list them in simple terms. If you bought or used an ultraportable laptop, you have well experienced an SSD storage. Unlike using a Hard Disk Drive (HDD), the Solid State Drive (SSD) has many significant advantages. Applications served via SSD will launch incredibly faster, and the high read-write capacity makes the file transfer quicker.

In general, an SSD doesn’t require more electricity to run, on a desktop or in a server, that will lead to a lower energy bill. SSDs are typically 4-5 times faster and more reliable than HDD. Our SSD server will reboot in just a few seconds which will help us to roll out reboot-required updates more frequently server-wide.

All of these power will make us reduce the infrastructure operations cost significantly lower; and naturally, lower operations cost means either more profit or less expense to the end user and we choose later.

Less Support Request

Providing technical support is another significant expense to any service oriented company. If a company receives less support request from its clients that means their cost to manage their support facility would be admittedly less. If a service is top-notch, typically error free and easy to use, then usually the end users will not create a support request or make a support call; and that would leave having less expensive support centre. This confidence that what we have, we don’t have too many support request coming from our clients; we do receive support requests every single day, but they are mandatory tickets seeking support for migration assistance and a one time SSL deployment.

We have another cost-cutting method applied here; we don’t have a dedicated support department in-house, we have outsourced all our support operations to a third party company located in the US and Singapore. These support agents employed with a pay per support requests and available round the clock.

Jio, the Change Maker

You know the technology is evolving, specs are changing every moment. Let me take Reliance Jio as an example. High-Speed internet connectivity was a luxury to us before Reliance launched Jio network. We all used to browse the internet with up to 3G speed using expensive monthly data packs; typically has 1 GB per 28 days. Once Jio launched and gained users other companies forced to follow Jio and reduce their data pack costs, and it’s validity to be near to Jio; none of the Telecom companies replaced their whole infrastructure, but they just updated necessary software and hardware. Now take a breath and imagine, what would happen if Reliance did not start the Jio service, we surely are paying the same or even more than the then current plans and the companies may tell us that 4G network is expensive than the 3G or 2G thus you need to pay more; isn’t it? Now we are enjoying 1GB or above data access per day with an impressive 4G speed at a very lowest price when comparing the old days.

Many other great companies provide high quality yet with the lowest price in their industry. I am not going to list them all here; I hope that the Jio example will give you enough spark in your thought.

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By Gifty Antony

Gifty is passionate about Web Development and connected with various communities. She loves WordPress.

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