Verpex, a high-performance web hosting service company, yesterday declared the release of the industry’s first co-cloud hosting services. Verpex utilizes various diverse cloud datacenter providers including Google Cloud, Amazon AWS, and Digital Ocean which raises the number of global server locations, enabling end-users to pick the optimal spot of their server. Verpex further increases client performance within the use of outbound mail filtering which assures a clean email reputation with better email deliverability, reducing the number of emails being sent to spam.
Geographic IP address a major factor
The datacenter can represent a major role in the overall performance of a site, preferring a server positioned closer to the site’s visitors decreases the ability for lost data and other problems that can reduce site load speed. The geographic IP address of a website to holds influence on a website’s SEO rankings. Organizations will see improved visibility and traffic to their site when utilizing a server positioned near their visitors.
Kris Erdelsk, a Senior Systems Engineer at Verpex Hosting, stated that the whole planet is shifting from conventional physical datacenters to cloud computing, and now web hosting has participated in. By their unique co-cloud hosting plans in association with some of the best in class cloud providers, they can guarantee that their clients and their visitors have the best web experience.
Verpex is co-powered by cPanel, the enterprise’s most reliable web hosting control panel. Utilizing Softaculous, WordPress can be installed with one-click, giving customers full access to upload themes, plugins, and more. Verpex servers are installed in such a way that the end-user doesn’t face bugs or timeouts, and with free SSL certificates and malware-scanning, websites will stay protected and safe. Numbers of other software applications can be installed with one-click by the cPanel including Drupal, PrestaShop, OpenCart, Magento, Joomla!, and more.
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