Clear and pre-determined storage limits are associated with a hosting plan, and storage limits can be expanded if normal site usage is exceeded.
Hosting providers outline the amount of data that you and your visitors are able to cumulatively upload and download over a given period of time. Pay for additional bandwidth as needed to accomodate web traffic.
Manage email accounts associated with web domains through a built-in or third-party email interface. Support is provided for POP3 and IMAP email systems.
Control Panel Integration
Integrate hosting plans with either open-source or proprietary web hosting control panels in order to use a graphical user interface (GUI) that facilitates access to additional web hosting management features.
Providers allow for a variety of content management systems to be used when managing websites. Support is offered for "one-click" or rapid installations of CMS tools.
Web Framework Support
The website hosting provider offers support for a variety of server-side coding languages, as well as multiple versions of the web frameworks.
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Install e-commerce tools, such as shopping carts, into your website. Certain e-commerce integrations may incur an additional fee.
Access and management of files through FTP, .htaccess, and shell access is provided to users.
Support is provided for a variety of database types, including MySQL, PostsgreSQL, SQL Server, and more. Choose from these and manage your database within the control panel associated with your hosting plan.
Site backup, spam detection, firewalls, malware detection tools, and other security features are offered within the hosting plan.
Provides tools for building, deploying, or integrating source code into hosted application.
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Provides tools for writing code, editing code, syntax, debugging, or utilizing frameworks.
Provides tools for sharing code, tracking progress, and shipping software.
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Tests the functionality of a software application. Detects and diagnoses issues in application.
Lets developers manage database services. Provides support for different types of databases and integration methods.
Lets users analyze deployment, user, storage, and business metrics.
Provides tools or bots that scale services and data automatically or on demand.
Backup / Recovery
Stores versions of application and data or incrementally backs up data.
Provides scalable cloud storage for different forms of data. Store analytics and records for reporting.
Allows users to provision networks, deliver content, balance loads, and manage traffic.
Provides virtual networks and operating systems.
Secures applications, encrypt data, and manage identities.