All Clients Should to Know About Singapore Hosting
Singapore hosting refers to the provision of web hosting services by some companies in Singapore. These companies provide internet connectivity to all those companies and other groups which want to put up some or all of their operations on the internet. This is also known as web hosting and is popular I companies who are large enough to need a host service.
When it comes to web hosting, there are very many methods which are used to provide solutions to needs that realize the desires of the client. The methods range from very simple to very complicated applications. Some simple solutions comprise of the web page and FTP, which stands for the file transfer protocol used in the downloading and uploading of every kind of file.
There are many web hosting companies in Singapore and they can all be used by a company to set up a web page. The setting up of these sites depends on the needs of the client and each need is charged accordingly. Most people opt to go with a simple site since it is cheaper. Accessing these sites is usually free as the browsing is advertisement sponsored.
In the more complex design hosting, web pages are created using various tools called applications. These include Java, Cold fusion and other application used to write and install scripts that are used for content management in the websites and others that provide data management support. SSLs are important if the page being created is to do with e commerce.
The many demands on most large and mid size companies today make it necessary to have permanent internet connectivity. This is provided as a computer acting as a server which is always online and is the host of the website page of the company. This makes the operations in the firm easier with tasks that do not require the presence of people being carried out at the touch of a button, placing orders, for example.
Two of the most important terms when dealing with charges to the client are the availability and up time of the system. Up time is defined as the total amount of time in which the system was running, regardless of whether you could access the web pages remotely. Availability on the other hand is calculated from up time and is the time in which the network was both online an accessible.
Every so often, the systems in the web hosting company have to be switched off so that repairs and upgrades as well as other maintenance procedures can be carried out on the servers. The total amount of time in which the systems are not running is known as down time. The total down time has to be taken away from the availability in order to get the total time that the network was accessible.
The key things that you need to consider before you walk into any web hosting company are the kind of operating system you are using on your computers, The scripting and coding applications that you have running your programs and also the type of data base management system. Knowing these will help you choose the best plan that suits you.
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