Why you should move to SSD Cloud Server in Nairobi by Truehost Cloud
Do you run an online business?
And are you looking for a fast and reliable way to host your website?
In this article, we will delve into what SSD Cloud Server is and why this is the ultimate answer to your website performance prayer.
What’s the SSD Cloud Server?
SSD stands for Solid State Drives.
This is the new innovation in the web hosting industry that has revolutionized how online entrepreneurs host and serve their web content to readers using lightning fast servers.
Traditionally, websites were stored in physical hard drives (HDD) and this is why the issue of slow loading websites came about. Sadly, most web hosting companies in Kenya still utilize HDD servers to host websites.
You see, HDD utilizes mechanical techniques to sort through and serve data. By this I mean its design involves physical moving parts that read data from storage disks. And the speed of these moving components determines how fast your website loads; hence the direct impact on loading time which is a Google’s ranking factor
Enters the SSD Cloud Server:
Here, instead of having your website hosted on just one server, there will be multiple servers. And these servers are interlinked together to form a network. Thus the name ‘cloud.’
How does SSD Cloud Server work?
Unlike the traditional HDD server, SSD Cloud Server takes advantage of interlinked servers located in different geographical locations to host your website.
This means that if one of the servers malfunctions, the other servers on the same network kick-in. for this reason, your website will never experience downtime or lagging.
Why does that matter?
As an online entrepreneur, fulltime availability of your website is vital, reason being, every minute counts since you are either gaining or losing sales.
Why you need to migrate to SSD Cloud Server
Solid State Drive cloud server comes with a ton of advantages and if you care about your online business, you should pay attention:
- Speed and performance of your website
A slow-loading website is a nuance to both readers and Google.
If your website is slow, the bounce rate will be through the roof. Google rewards you by demoting your site into the third or fourth page of the search engine results page (SERPs).
To avoid this penalty, migrate your site from traditional HDD servers to SSD Cloud Server.
SSD is fully electrical and runs on microchips that enable it to read data a thousand times faster than HDD relying on the rotation speed. This makes a huge difference when it comes to speed and performance.
Online entrepreneurs understand why this matter: every second lost during downtime, is a customer lost.
But with SSD Cloud Server, your website will be up 99.99% of the time, thanks to the network of servers.
SSD Cloud Server enables you to scale resources available to you as per your need. This means that if your website experiences exponential growth (spike in traffic), the available resources increase as well.
On the same note, when the growth decreases, resources decrease as well.
This works best for companies dealing with seasonal products or services for instance.
Contrary to expectations, SSD Cloud hosting plans are getting affordable each passing day.
By the fact that you can increase or decrease resources available to you depending on your needs, you are actually getting what you are paying for.
Here are some of our SSD Cloud Server plans
SSD Cloud Server provider handles everything ranging from configurations, data backups, upgrades, and even virus protection so you won’t have to.
This means that you don’t have to be tech-savvy to use SSD Cloud Server. And all of your time will be focused on serving your customers.
The success of your online business depends on where your website is hosted. And that’s why Truehost is offering you unmatched SSD Cloud hosting plans to help take your website to another level.