Cloud Hosting

  • ​Over 180 OS Templates

  • ​24/7 Console Access

  • ​100% Dedicated Resources

Managed Cloud Hosting

Starting at $34.97/mo

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  • HFW 24/7 Fully managed
  • CentOS 7.x + cPanel/WHM
  • Unlimited domains hosted
  • Container Fail-over setup
  • The highest levels of security and compliancy
  • NVMe+SSD Storage

Cloud Hosting

Starting at $10/mo

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  • Customer-managed
  • Elastic scalable resources
  • High Availability
  • 189 OS templates available
  • Fully customizable with root access
  • Instant Setup
  • Pay only for what you use
  • NVMe+SSD Storage

​Self-healing Hardware

We store your cloud server centrally, unconnected to the cloud nodes it runs on, and back it up by a seamless failover process. In the highly unlikely event of a node failure, your system is automatically restarted.

​Free Migration Assistance

If you have a pre-existing site with another hosting company, we will gladly take care of your migration process, free of charge. Our customer service representatives are available every hour of the day, every day of the week.

​Scale on Demand

Whatever computing resources you require, (RAM/CPU/Storage), we make them automatically available on demand. Your site will never go down due to high traffic.

24/7/365 Customer Support

We make a point of being available to our customers when they need us, and not a moment later. No matter when you want help with your server, we'll be there - that's a promise.​

Fastest cloud hosting in the Industry

Our network infrastructure is redundant, transparent and always available, providing you with a solution that is 10X faster than the average dedicated server.

​Satisfaction Guaranteed

We're so sure you'll love our services that we provide you with a 30 day money-back guarantee. No questions asked.

  • What is cloud hosting?

    ​Cloud hosting technology is the newest generation of web hosting, through which clients are able to lease a virtualized, dynamically scalable structure on an as-need basis. It surpasses all other solutions in terms of speed, reliability, pricing and convenience. Unlike a dedicated server, with which users must pay for the entirety of the server's resources in order to ensure that they are available during high traffic periods, the cloud server makes these resources available on demand and puts them to use elsewhere when traffic dies down, meaning that you to pay only for what you use.

  • How does cloud hosting work?

    To create a cloud server, cloud hosting providers use a number of servers to create a large pool of server capability. At HostForWeb, our cloud scales to hundreds of servers, creating a virtually unlimited resource of computing power that is automatically made available as you need it. Conversely, when traffic is low, the resources are redistributed elsewhere. Multiple computers enhance the performance, making cloud hosting the most efficient kind of web hosting service. Our fully redundant cloud hosting system acts as an insurance against any type of disaster. In the highly unlikely situation that a node fails, another will immediately take over.

  • How do I know cloud hosting is for me?

    Does your site vary between high-traffic and low-traffic periods? Do you want to be able to pay only for the resources that you used, and not the resources that you might need? Do you want the ability to scale quickly on demand? Do you need protection against downtime? If you answered yes to any of these questions, a cloud hosting solution is what you're looking for. Cloud hosting provides the ability to scale quickly as needed, giving you rapid deployment of computing resources, high performance and service reliability. You can choose both unmanaged and managed cloud hosting, cloud VPS and different operating systems, making this solution malleable to your needs. With access to unlimited resources and an unbeatable cost efficiency, what better solution is there?

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