EasyNoodle host your website and e-mail on servers housed in dedicated data centres, ensuring optimal uninterrupted service. This service costs £100 per year for standard site hosting, which is suitable for 90% of all websites. Advanced hosting such as would be required for e-commerce sites handling customer payments, etc. are costed on an as-required basis.
- MySQL Databases
- Sub Domains
- FrontPage Extensions
- Lots more - e.g. online shops, blogs, forums, etc.
Secure hosting is essential for sites handling sensitive or private information such as credit card details. Secure sites show a yellow padlock at the bottom of the user's browser. The padlock indicates to the user that no one between their browser and your webserver can read the information that is travelling back and forth.
Speak to us now and we will advise you.
Typical Server Specification
- Dual Quad Core Intel Xeon 3.16GHz with 2X6MB Cache
- 8 GB RAM
- Dual 136 GB SCSI Drive (for the operating system)
- RAID Mirroring (for the operating system)
- Dual Power Supplies
- Dual Gigabit Network Adapters
The servers are configured so that if a server fails another server takes over the failed server's workload automatically and without delay. For example if one of our mail servers were to break down, another server would automatically come online, with all the correct configuration and take over the work of the failed server, in this period no email would be lost.
As well as this, all data is stored on two large network disk arrays, data is automatically synchronised between the arrays so that in the event of an array failing the remaining array continues to serve data to the servers with no downtime.
Redhat Enterprise Linux Platform
Our servers utilise the latest Redhat server technology allowing them to be continually updated with Redhat system and security patches.
Our servers have multiple connections to the Internet with different backbone providers. Should any connection fail, other connections automatically take all the traffic. Not only does this mean that we are very unlikely to lose connectivity to the Internet but it also means that traffic moving to and from our network can choose from a range of paths to get to its final destination.