Hostway offers a range of website hosting services, including simple, cost-effective website starter plans, flexible shared hosting, and more robust virtual private server hosting (VPS). Whether you’re building your first website or looking for more freedom and flexibility, Hostway has a plan that will fit your budget, business needs, and technical experience.
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Starter sites are ideal for businesses with limited technical experience and a need for an easy-to-use toolset. This plan helps you establish your base and build for the future.
Starting at $6.95/mo
Secure, Reliable Shared Hosting
FlexCloud is ideal for businesses with technical experience. This plan offers robust features and the ability to control the development and management of the web hosting platform.
Starting at $12.95/mo
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Freedom and Flexibility
Virtual Private Servers (VPS) are ideal for web designers and developers who need a web hosting solution that provides more flexibility than shared hosting—without the price tag of a dedicated server.
Starting at $19.95/mo
Shared website hosting does not require knowledge or administration of the operating system, and therefore is simpler. User-friendly control panels and scripting of installation and administration tasks further simplify the experience for the end user. Rather than being managed by individual users, control over resource allocation is retained by Hostway. You have the ability to install some applications; others must be installed or enabled by a Hostway system administrator.
Virtualization technology gives you web access to a hosted virtual server. Hostway’s VPS uses a system called Parallels Virtuozzo, which uses a single copy of the operating system (Windows or Linux) among all virtual machines on a physical server or host. Our approach results in cost-effective virtualization and efficient allocation of server resources with the ability to burst additional resources when available.
Cloud hosting is the best option if you want the ability to spin up and down resources within the Microsoft Azure public cloud. Each virtual machine has its own allocated virtual CPU, memory, and storage located on the physical host. It also runs its own instance of the desired operating system, which you can configure and administer.