e-Commerce Hosting Plans

Outstanding plans for an online store with various plugins and themes.

Kick Off
900.00PHP
Monthly

40GB SSD
1.36GHz CPU
3.0GB RAM
128MB/s IO
2048 IOPS
100 EP
200 NPROC
250 EPH

Amplify
2,000.00PHP
Monthly

100GB SSD
2.73GHz CPU
3.5 GB RAM
512MB/s IO
3072 IOPS
100 EP
250 NPROC
300 EPH

Bundled with multiple features and protections for a secured place on the internet.
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • Unlimited FTP Accounts
  • Unlimited Domains
  • Proactive Email Protection
  • WAF 2.0 Protection
  • Malware Detection
  • Port HoneyPot
  • DoS Detection
  • Defense Robot
  • Local and Remote Backup Features
  • FREE Auto-SSL
  • FREE Premium Technical Support

SSD (Solid-State Drive)

The latest technology for storing your cloud data, a much faster storage device than typical storage known as HDD or hard disk drive. This defines how big your storage room for webfiles, databases and email services.

CPU (Central Processing Unit)

The main computing brain for your hosting plan which defines the speed of calculations of processes from your webfiles and programming scripts.

RAM (Random Access Memory)

The allocated system memory of your hosting plan which has direct impact on completion of calculations and delivering results to any internal and external webfile requests.

IOPS (Input/Output Operations Per Second)

Scalable measurements of efficiency on how many commands can be READ and WRITE in a second from your SSD. One of the most important factors to be considered for SEO friendly hosting plans.

EP (Entry Process)

The allocated maximum amount of active connections to the host server. This defines the maximum concurrent Apache connections to be serve by your domain name to your website visitors.

NPROC (Number of Process)

The allocated maximum number of process for your hosting plan. An important factor of efficiency for running PHP scripts, MySQL, Exim, FastCGI, PHP-FPM and other process related to your webfiles.

EPH (Email Per Hour)

The alloted maximum outgoing email you could send per hour. The volume of total email sent per hour might be governed by the Proactive Email Protection to prevent spamming and any related email service abuse to keep your domain name a clean reputation on cloud network.