ApolloHosting offers shared Web site hosting solutions, domain name registrations, VPS hosting and other online services to individuals and small- to medium-sized businesses. Company's hosting plans include free site-building software, as well as access to more than 200 other tools and services—everything you’ll need to put your business, blog or hobby online!
ApolloHosting offers one of the largest application installation libraries available, so you can easily add open source applications to your site, such as WordPress, Gallery2, Joomla!, osCommerce and more. In addition to these do-it-yourself tools, their industry experts are on hand to provide you with Web site design, search engine optimization (SEO) and other design and marketing services.
ApolloHosting's Advanced Technology
ApolloHosting utilizes two data centers in the Boston, MA area. Combined, they occupy over 2400 square feet of space, comprised of over 800 Servers and half a Petabyte of storage. Each center is equipped with:
* 7/24 security
* Both data centers run on N+1 power (both A/C and D/C)
* and have the same network architecture and equipment.
Our solid, secure network infrastructure is comprised of a pooled server environment, which gives virtually any server on our network the ability to access Web site files when a request occurs. This means that the first machine available will be the one to serve a customer's Web pages, giving our customer sites faster loading times and fewer service interruptions than traditional hosting infrastructures.
Our front-end network consists of:
* dual redundant M7I routers
* 2 firewalls incorporating IDP technology cross-connected to the outside world with BGP border gateway protocol.
Site data is parsed by our dual Big Iron load balancers and is then managed by our DELL servers, which are split into application pools (Web, FTP, incoming mail, etc.). This type of architecture allows us to customize each machine to the service it performs, which means more density per box, and ultimately, faster and more reliable services. No pool lives entirely on one rack. Therefore, even the loss of a rack's switch or its power will not take that service pool down.
Our network-attached storage enables any machine to access a customer's data. Every machine is clustered with another identical machine that will seamlessly take over if the primary unit crashes. These units are also backed up to another set of storage units that have a mirror copy of the data in case of disk failure in the primary units. An estimated 5.5 gigabits of storage are processed per second through our servers.