All Plans Explained In Detail
Our shared hosting plans are designed to provide you with the resources you need to power your website.
The Basic plan includes 10 GB of NVMe SSD storage, 1 vCPU core, and 1 GB of vRAM. You can host 1 domain and run up to 5 Ruby, NodeJS, or Python apps. With a maximum disk read/write of 10 MB/s, 1024 maximum read/write operations (IOPS), 20 maximum entry processes (EP), and 100 maximum processes (NPROC), this plan costs just $2.95 per month.
The Standard plan offers 15 GB of NVMe SSD storage, 2 vCPU cores, and 2 GB of vRAM. You can host up to 5 domains and run up to 10 Ruby, NodeJS, or Python apps. With a maximum disk read/write of 15 MB/s, 1280 maximum IOPS, 25 maximum EP, and 125 maximum NPROC, this plan costs $3.95 per month.
Our Advanced plan provides 25 GB of NVMe SSD storage, 3 vCPU cores, and 3 GB of vRAM. You can host an unlimited number of domains and run an unlimited number of Ruby, NodeJS, or Python apps. With a maximum disk read/write of 20 MB/s, 1536 maximum IOPS, 30 maximum EP, and 150 maximum NPROC, this plan costs $5.95 per month.
Finally, our Ultimate plan includes 50 GB of NVMe SSD storage, 4 vCPU cores, and 4 GB of vRAM. You can also host an unlimited number of domains and run an unlimited number of Ruby, NodeJS, or Python apps. With a maximum disk read/write of 25 MB/s, 2048 maximum IOPS, 40 maximum EP, and 200 maximum NPROC, this plan costs $9.95 per month.
Peace of Mind
We understand that choosing a hosting provider can be a daunting task, which is why we offer our customers ultimate peace of mind with our 30-day money-back guarantee. If for any reason our customers are not satisfied with our services, they can request a cancellation and receive a full refund, no questions asked, within the first 30 days of signing up.
In addition, we are committed to providing our customers with a reliable hosting experience, which is why we strive to maintain a 99.9% uptime guarantee. If we fail to meet this promise, we will credit our clients with a full month's worth of hosting to their account. Our commitment to our customers extends beyond just uptime, as our team is available 24/7 to assist with any technical support needs via live chat or help desk tickets.
We take great pride in our customer satisfaction and will do everything in our power to ensure our customers are happy with our service. You can rest assured that your website is stable, safe, secure and in good hands.
CageFS is a virtualized file system that provides a secure and isolated environment for each user on a shared hosting server. It is specifically designed to prevent users from seeing each other's files, processes, and other sensitive information. CageFS creates a cage around each user and restricts their access to only their own files and directories. This ensures that even if a user's account is compromised, the attacker will not be able to access other users' data on the server. CageFS also helps to mitigate the risks of privilege escalation attacks by limiting the access rights of each user. Overall, CageFS is an effective tool for enhancing the security and stability of shared hosting environments.
Now, let's take a look at the technical definitions of some of the CageFS limits mentioned in our plans:
Input/Output refers to the transfer of data between the server's storage device and the server's RAM or CPU. In shared hosting environments, IO limits are used to prevent one user from hogging all the server's resources.
Input/Output Operations Per Second refers to the number of read/write operations that can be performed on the server's storage device per second. IOPS limits are used to ensure that the server's storage device can keep up with the requests coming in from users.
Entry Processes refer to the number of scripts or applications that are running simultaneously on the server. Each running script or application consumes an entry process, and limits are placed on the number of entry processes to ensure that the server doesn't become overloaded.
The maximum number of processes that can be run by a single user. This includes any scripts or applications that the user is running.
The maximum number of files and directories that a user can store on the server. Inodes limits are used to prevent users from storing an excessive number of files, which can impact server performance.
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