DNS redundancy is a strategy and a best practice for addressing the risk caused by DDoS attacks, configuration or software errors, or equipment failuresthis risk. It involves deploying a second DNS network that does not share the same infrastructure (servers, networks and data centers) as the first. The most common way to set up redundant DNS is via secondary DNS, where one DNS provider is set up as the primary DNS name server and the other as the secondary. There are, however, alternatives that could be better.
A remote, online, or managed backup service, sometimes marketed as cloud backup or backup-as-a-service, is a service that provides users with a system for the backup, storage, and recovery of computer files. Spell Hosting provides remote daily backup service.
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Cloud Hosting is a type of hosting that enables a website to use the resources of multiple servers, thus resulting in a faster performance.
Shared hosting means the server hosting your website is shared by many other people and the web server resources are divided and shared between plan holders. Each one is allocated a certain amount with which they can utilize to build and maintain their sites. It is affordable than dedicated and VPS. Shared web hosting is the best solution for hosting websites. Most people will choose shared web hosting because it is affordable and much easier to put up a web site.
Affordability is the #1 benefit of Shared web Hosting. However most Shared Hosting platforms are also managed, which means that users do not have to worry about things like server management and platform patches.
Yes, we provide a no quibble 30-day money back guarantee on any hosting fees. If you registered or transferred a domain name, these fees are non-refundable but you would be able to use your domain with any other provider. If you received a free domain with your plan, we will refund all your fees less our standard fee to register the domain that you received for free.