Hostinger declared a partnership with Google Cloud platform

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Hostinger declared a partnership with Google Cloud Platform and its new Cloud Global hosting plan. The partnership will bring progress in the company’s infrastructure, particularly to cloud hosting packages. The Web hosting service provider Hostinger’s new and upgraded cloud hosting plan will give all the services and features provided by the company’s existing cloud hosting plans. The company also stated that all necessary aspects like a dedicated IP address, free domain & SSL and unlimited bandwidth will be included with every cloud plan they offer.

Better Backups, Stability, and Speed

The partnership helps customer boost their online project, with unparalleled capacities in the speed, scalability and storage areas. 16GB of RAM, up to 8 CPU cores per plan and up to 200GB of disk storage are characteristics that can unleash the full capability of what customers are trying to obtain online.

In the initial stage, Web hosting service provider Hostinger will be rolling out its powerful servers in the US and UK. However, in the future, the company is planning to introduce Google cloud in up to 20 locations.

The company claims uptime, server stability, website speed, and data storage are no longer going to stop its customers from growing. Hostinger stated Google Cloud Platform is safer in the form of equipment and data redundancies. As Google platform is all cloud-based they don’t have to rely on hardware redundancy. A virtual machine can be activated in minutes to handle the load if in case anything happens to a website.

Hostinger also states choosing Google Cloud Platform as a cautious and calculated move. Another reason to choose is Trustworthiness and better for the environment. The Google network guarantees speed and better SEO results. Last but not least Google maintains sustainability. The energy used in Google’s data centers comes from renewable energy.

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