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German domain registrar united-domains launches rankingCoach for clients 

  • united-domains presents with rankingCoach the effective solution for SMBs to be found on Google & Co through search engine optimization.
  • Based on individual tasks and step-by-step video tutorials, even inexperienced users can optimize their website by themselves.
  • With rankingCoach users can compare themselves with their competitors and develop an effective and sustainable strategy.

united-domains AG, a multiple award-winning hosting and domain service provider from Germany, chooses ​rankingCoach​ as SEO solution for its clients. The cost-effective search engine optimization promises more online presence, more visitors and therefore more sales for small and medium-sized companies.

“If you create a great website with a lot of passion, you should make sure that it is visible online”, ​says Thomas Meierkord, COO rankingCoach.

“Our vision is to give SMBs the opportunity to take their digital marketing into their own hands and compete with the top companies. With our application, united-domains customers can now optimize their websites and be found on Google and Co. Therefore, I am looking forward to a successful partnership with united-domains, who have proven their qualities in domain service for years.” 

Also read: Enhancing on-premise solutions market in India: ZNet becomes a distributor of Acronis

rankingCoach dashboardsWith rankingCoach, clients can improve their search engine placement even without experience and knowledge in online marketing. After analyzing the website, rankingCoach guides the client step by step through the tasks and offers more than 1200 tailored video tutorials. Users can optimize up to 20 keywords at up to 3 locations and track their performance daily with reports.

“With rankingCoach, we provide our clients with an easy-to-use and cost-effective tool for search engine optimization”, ​says Thomas Reimer, product manager at united-domains.

In addition to the website’s performance, users can also compare themselves with competitors online. rankingCoach provides simple charts that show the rankings of their own website in search engines compared to those of competitors.  United-domains becomes the 46th international partner that is reselling rankingCoach’s digital marketing products.

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Difference between shared hosting and reseller hosting

Among the many service plans in the website hosting field, there’s a bit of confusion between two similar-sounding names: Shared Hosting and Reseller Hosting. So let’s clear this up.

Shared Hosting

This means that the original web hosting company sells several accounts on one server. A server is a dedicated PC used to host websites and interface with the World Wide Web. The opposite is dedicated hosting – one computer, one website. On a shared hosting plan, one computer can serve for many websites. Since disk space is cheap and websites on a typical shared host plan are only going to run a WordPress blog anyway, this makes practical sense.

A shared host plan is similar to renting an apartment in a larger building with other tenants, all of you paying a share of the rent.

Reseller Hosting

By contrast, a reseller account lets you play the landlord. You still pay for server space, but like an AirBnB, you can turn around and sell portions of your server space to other clients. Effectively, you play a smaller web host inside a larger web host.

You may be asking “Why would somebody do this?” Why not just go to the direct source for your web home instead of paying a middle person? There are actually several reasons why this is a common practice. The most common reseller host is a web developer, web marketer, or other web entrepreneur. Many clients simply don’t want to run their own website – at all! A reseller plan lets someone like a web developer offer a package plan, where the customer gets their own domain but pays somebody else to maintain it for them.

Other use case scenarios include start-up owners who anticipate launching many small websites. A reseller account lets you hold multiple domains, emails, and installs of WordPress, databases, and other web software. It’s a bit of flexibility for the break-out eCommerce tycoon who may be looking to branch into full-time web hosting themselves. Many web hosts got their start back in the 1990s with a single computer which they parceled out to customers for webspace and worked their way up from there.

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Which plan is better for your business?

The typical shared hosting customer is happy with one domain, and as long as the bandwidth and resources holds up, you’ll hear no complaints. Larger web businesses, however, will start to feel the cramp, particularly when they have a traffic spike on the server that crowds out the bandwidth for the other sites on that server.

Reseller hosting is better for multiple web domains. In particular, freelance web developers typically set out on this career path where they take on maintaining WordPress installs for a couple of clients, and eventually grow their portfolio to the point where it’s simpler to preside over a cluster of web domains, each maintained for a different client. Or again, holding a group of domains as they hire a few extra hands to help maintain their growing web empire.

As for being a client of a domain reseller provider, this is fine for very small businesses or sole entrepreneurs. It’s all well and good to manage your own website when you’re in a tech field, but for non-tech professionals, it’s a needless hassle they’re more than happy to pay somebody else to worry about. It is quite liberating to simply appoint a helping hand as your designated Internet marketer and have them handle everything from site maintenance to branding to blogging to social media promotion.  Hosting resellers typically don’t mark up the resold web space by that much, since their profit is mainly in selling their services.

Advanced eCommerce entrepreneurs might want to also explore VPS (Virtual Private Servers) or a whole dedicated server. Everybody wants a part of the web in the modern business world, so we had to come up with lots of ways to parcel out an Internet homestead for everyone.

Guest Author: Dan Kaplan
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Cloud Leadership Summit 2019 successfully brings together leaders in the Indian cloud and hosting industry

An unparalleled event for the leaders in the cloud and hosting industry in India, Cloud leadership summit 2019 concluded successfully in Goa.  The event that took place at Hotel Le Méridien Calangute, Goa, India from 8 to 10 November, brought together CEOs and heads of the leading multinationals in the Indian cloud and hosting industry together in a relaxed setting.

Cloud leadership summit 2019

There were the following sessions at the event.

1.Panel Discussion: Future of Web Hosting in 2020 and Beyond

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The panelists included Tarun Dua, CEO – E2E Networks, Narendra Sen, CEO – Rackbank and Samir Jhaveri, CEO – XcellHost Cloud.

There was a discussion on the future of web hosting and how web hosting companies have to evolve in order to remain relevant and grow stronger.

There were also discussions on the growth of the Indian datacenter industry and its future. With niche markets still open, what should service providers do to compete with three big public cloud providers?  Further, they discussed how to provide services to customers with open source tools.

  1. The panel discussion was followed by a presentation by the sponsors – Acronis and ZNet Technologies.

In this session, the Acronis team told about how the web hosting, data center, and the cloud industry can comply with the data localization laws in India by offering Acronis cloud services to their customers.

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  1. Panel Discussion: Growth hacking with sustainable marketing for scaling up your hosting business

The panelists were Munesh Jadoun, CEO – ZNet Technologies, Danish Wadhwa, CEO – Webdew and Dhanasekar Mani, CEO – OVI Hosting.

As web hosting has evolved to cloud hosting, hyperscale and serverless computing so has the marketing techniques for web hosting services. In this session, there was a deep dive into how effective offline and online marketing is, best practices along with recommended tools for improving SEO and company presence across social media platforms. The points that were discussed:

  • Email marketing
  • Social media marketing
  • SEO and content marketing
  • Offline marketing
  • CRM and tools for tracking leads and opportunities
  • Digital marketing cheat sheet and best practices
  • Outsource vs DIY?

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  1. Panel Discussion: Web Hosting Automation – Tools, Resources and best practices

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The panelists included Sabarinathan Sampath, COO – ZNet Technologies, Ishan Talahati, CEO – Leapswitch, and Tarun Dua, CEO – E2E Networks.

The discussion was held around how the hosters can automate their hosting business- this covered the tools, resources and best practises of how web hosting companies worldwide are automating the daily tasks for deployment, monitoring and also for support. The points that were discussed included:

  • Virtualization automation tools.
  • Ansible automation
  • Monitoring for VMs and service end points
  • cPanel, Plesk and other control panels for hosters.
  • AV and malware prevention for Linux and Windows
  • Support automation
  • WHMCS – Are there any other viable alternatives
  1. The panel discussion was followed by a presentation by the sponsors – Intel and RP tech India.

Intel sponsors Cloud leadership summit

  1. Panel Discussion: AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud: Demystifying Multi-Cloud Operations

The panelists were Arun Bansal, CEO – Mantra Tech, Rahul Kukure, CEO – Hostin Services and Bharat Bala, ReadyDedis, LLC

Multi-Cloud expertise is essential for the growth of web hosting providers and in this session, there were discussions around the best practices for managing multi-cloud operations, right pricing your services along with client expectations and the skills required for the team to manage multi-cloud hosting services.

AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud: Demystifying Multi-Cloud Operations

In the end, there was a session on digital marketing best practices by Danish Wadhwa, CEO, Webdew.

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The attendees were quite elated with the three days sessions where they got to expand their knowledge realm and find solutions to their business problems.

Team DHN is looking ahead to cover Cloud Leadership Summit 2020!

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“HostBill automates repetitive, routine tasks, that cost time and money”– Kris Pajak, Founder & CEO, HostBill

HostBill is a popular billing and automation software for the web hosting industry with thousands of clients (Hosting, Cloud/IaaS/VPS Solutions Providers, Domain name and SSL Resellers) all over the world.

This year in November, HostBill celebrates its 10 years anniversary. We interviewed Kris Pajak, HostBill CEO, and asked him about the changes in the web hosting industry in the past 10 years, how HostBill platform has evolved over the years and what are the plans of HostBill in 2020. Read on…

1. Let’s begin with a brief introduction of yours and an overview of HostBill.

I’m Kris Pajak – founder and CEO of HostBill. HostBill is a powerful and flexible, all-in-one automation, billing, client management and support platform for the web hosting industry. Our software handles all aspects of running a successful online business, from client acquisition, through invoicing and payment collection, automated service provisioning and management, to customer service and support.

HostBill is mostly meant for Hosting, Cloud/IaaS/VPS Solutions Providers, Domain name and SSL Resellers. The company was founded in 2009 and this year we are celebrating 10 years in business.

2. What pain points can HostBill eliminate for web hosts and other service providers?

HostBill core feature is automation – with our software you can automate repetitive, routine tasks, that usually cost not only time but also money. Powerful automation that HostBill provides also has another advantage: it helps to eliminate human errors. And with HostBill, you can not only automate all of the billing operations but also service provisioning and management. With custom automation tasks, you can create your own automation rules and perform certain actions based on criteria that you specify.

Another thing that HostBill can help with is compliance. We provide our clients with the tools that help with compliance with various legal requirements, such as GDPR, PCI, Moss, EU billing and more, so our clients don’t have to worry about looking for multiple solutions. It’s all built into HostBill.

3. Does it also help cloud service providers (CSPs)? If yes, what cloud services can be billed using it?

In short: yes, HostBill is an all-embracing solution to cater to the needs of businesses with diversified product and services portfolio, including cloud service providers.

We provide a number of public cloud integrations for easier reselling of such services. Our integrations are also equipped with advanced billing features and multiple billing models, including metered billing and the tools to measure and control resource usage over time, which can be especially useful to CSPs.

4. Please share with our readers how HostBill has evolved over the years to meet the growing demands of its customers.

HostBill was created in 2009 and since the beginning our approach was “Customer knows best”. When we released HostBill 1.0.0. it was capable of managing invoices, tickets, orders, domains and hosting accounts, but with functionalities much more limited than today.

Now HostBill has evolved into an extremely feature-rich software with a multitude of plugins and most of the features we developed since 2009 were requested by our clients.

End-user feedback is crucial to our success. We value and take into consideration every suggestion to constantly improve HostBill according to our customers’ expectations. We grow as our clients grow and as they bring new products to market and face new challenges, we simply help them to find the solutions they need.

5. What was your motivation behind developing an innovative platform like HostBill?

HostBill was actually born from my and the former co-founder’s experience – I used to work as a software developer in various hosting companies and I actually wanted to create a software that would help people like me. There is a saying in the IT: ‘If you’re doing something more than once = automate it’. Automation became my hobby as it was the ultimate problem-solver in many areas of my daily work. And HostBill is all about problem-solving.

Also, as we’re using HostBill on daily basis ourselves, we wanted to “scratch our own itch” – create something that we know for sure is going to be useful as we will be using it on our own. For example, since 2013 we’ve decided to release every week, we’ve implemented the auto-update plugin to make updates a breeze for both ourselves and our customers.

6. What according to you will be the web hosting trends in 2020? Is HostBill ready to adapt to these trends?

I think in 2020 there will be a strong trend for professionalisation and value-added services as well as managed hosting. Shared hosting alone is barely a thing now, you need to offer hosting, domain, website builder, WordPress and professional services on top of that, at an affordable price. HostBill is ready for that as it connects all the necessary dots with its features and integrations.

Related read: What makes Plesk the preferred choice of WordPress developers?

7. That’s great! How do you think HostBill has an edge over other billing and automation platforms in the market?

As I already mentioned, we develop based on our customer requests and as such we’re the first with new features that clients really need. What also matters is how fast we react to the changes in the industry, and we release new features every week! That fast release cycle and regular updates helped us build a strong community behind our product.

Another advantage is the multitude of plugins and integrations developed in house, that enable our clients to jump into new markets and service offerings without the need for external integrators.

8. What were the main challenges that you faced while marketing HostBill when it was new in the market?

I think the biggest challenge was being compared to others who are longer on the market. As in any business being an underdog is hard at the beginning, but being small gave us something that bigger competitors were lacking – nimbleness.

9. How did you overcome these challenges?

We kept new releases coming, bringing new features that others did not have or did not listen to their customers to implement.

10. Tell us about the main integrations that your platform provides.

It’s hard to pick one as we integrate every major hosting-related control panels, popular payment gateways and domain registrars. We have hundreds of integrations available in our marketplace and in 2019 alone we’ve released nearly 50 new integrations! Our integrations allow to sell and automate Cloud, VPS Hosting, Shared Hosting, DNS Services, Email Services, Backup and Cloud Sharing solutions, Game and Voice Servers, SSL services, VPN service, website builders, Licenses and much more.

11. What’s in the roadmap 2020 for HostBill?

In 2020, we’re going to focus on new, more robust and transparent billing engine to give admin better control of recurring service prices. We’re also planning to release a refreshed client portal and we’re also working on improved domain and DNS management features. Besides, we want to keep on releasing new HostBill versions every week, with new features and integrations our clients are looking for.

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cPanel adopts new account-based pricing and licensing structure

cPanel, one of the most widely used hosting control panels, today announced shifting to an account-based pricing and licensing structure.  The new structure will be applicable to cPanel partners, cPanel Store customers and distributors. cPanel’s pricing and licensing structure will now be standardized for all the customers and will include multiple Tiers.

As stated in the cPanel mail that was sent to the partners and distributors today, the move is aimed to simplify the process of adding new servers and to make it easier for users to become a cPanel customer.

cPanel had defined its original pricing structure nearly twenty years ago and the hosting world has undergone complete transformation since then, with servers becoming powerful enough to run hundreds of websites on a single processor. The long-pending move will help cPanel align itself with the new hosting world.

The new structure defines the price of each license based on the number of accounts hosted on the server, reflecting the value received by the owner. The customers pay for only what they use. cPanel will start moving all its customers to monthly billing from today onwards. When yearly licenses will come up for renewal, cPanel will convert them to monthly licenses unless the customer chooses to have those licenses expired.

The prices seemingly lower for a single user, single cPanel, will be significantly higher for hosting providers and resellers, with prices being dependent on the number of cPanel accounts hosted per server. This may lead to rise in the prices of hosting services in the near future.

As per the mail, on September 1st, 2019, cPanel will also introduce Auto-Scaling Packages, Fixed Packages, and transition all existing monthly licenses to the new account-based pricing and licensing structure.

For more information, visit the cPanel blog.

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Companies can now register .inc domain for business websites

A new top-level domain (TLD) is coming to the scene that is especially meant for businesses. Called “.inc”, the new TLD will be operated by Intercap Registry Inc.

Today, the names of millions of companies end with “Inc.” The new domain will allow the companies to end their website address with the same.

The .inc domain name will available to register in the official language of more than 190 countries. It can be used by any business—from startups to newsrooms to investor relations.

Having a .inc at the end of a web address can help businesses gain credibility and show that they mean business.

Businesses that register the new TLD will get free member benefits worth $2500 from leading brands. For instance, they will get up to $1,000 in free transaction fee credits from Square, free press release on GlobeNewsWire to announce new .inc website, free $100 credit for sponsored listings on Indeed, $150 ad spending match for Google Ads.

They will also get free website migration with no downtime or impact to search engine optimization (SEO).

“We recommend every business, both in the US and abroad, highly consider registering their trademarks in the .inc namespace at SafeBrands,” said Matthieu Aubert, director of Legal and manager of Partner Relations for SafeBrands.

“.inc is delivering unprecedented value to businesses through their extensive naming options and free member benefits. SafeBrands is pleased to be adding additional value with three months of free domain monitoring included exclusively for our clients.”

Further, the new TLD will help businesses to prevent cybersquatting. It is now available for priority trademark registration till April 30, and can be registered here. From April 30 till May 7, it will be available for priority public registration, and then become available for global public registration. The priority trademark registration is priced at around $3,500.

Also read: Google’s .dev domain name for developers now available at standard prices

“.inc gives every business the opportunity to secure one of its most important assets – a premium web address,” said Shayan Rostam, chief strategic advisor to the Intercap TLD portfolio.

“By pairing desirable .inc domains with a flat premium price and popular business services, .inc has positioned itself as the black card of the internet.”

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DNS Flag Day: Domain names with non-compliant DNS servers might become unavailable

From DNS Flag Day 2019, the DNS software and service providers are going to stop supporting certain accommodations for non-complaint DNS implementations from their software or services. These changes are coming to the DNS systems that aren’t completely compliant with EDNS standards.

As per the DNS Flag Day site, “The current DNS is unnecessarily slow and inefficient because of efforts to accommodate a few DNS systems that are not in compliance with DNS standards established two decades ago.”

The DNS Flag Day is February 1, 2019. To remediate non-compliant systems, the DNS service providers are ending certain accommodations. A number of leading operators have agreed to support the initiative. These include Facebook, Google, Cisco, Cloudflare, Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), NLnet Labs, CZ.NIC, Quad9, PowerDNS, and CleanBrowsing.

The domain names operated by non-compliant DNS servers will be affected by this change. The aim of making the DNS servers compliant is to increase efficiency of DNS operations and enable operators to deploy new functionalities, such as new mechanisms to protect against DDoS attacks.

According to ISC, “Domains served by DNS servers that are not compliant with the standard will not function reliably when queried by resolvers that have been updated to the post-Flag Day version, and may become unavailable via those updated resolvers.

“If your company’s DNS zones are served by non-compliant servers, your online presence will slowly degrade or disappear as ISPs and other organizations update their resolvers. When you update your own internal DNS resolvers to versions that don’t implement workarounds, some sites and email servers may become unreachable.”

Also read: Google secures DNS traffic with DNS-over-TLS support for its public DNS

Website owners/domain holders can test their domains here to know if they are ready for the planned change. The test results will show whether users need to take any further steps or not. If the domain name is set for the changes, it will show an “All Ok!” in green. Or the users will get recommendations on any further steps needed to be taken.

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Abandoned domain names can cause serious cyberthreats to previous owners

An abandoned domain name can allow cybercriminals to gain access to email addresses of the company that previously owned it, finds cybersecurity expert Gabor Szathmari.

When a domain name gets expired, it goes into a reserved state for a certain time, allowing the recent owner to reclaim it. If the expired domain name isn’t reclaimed in given time, it becomes available for re-registration at no additional costs, identity or ownership verification.

SEO professionals and spam trap operators are good at keeping track of abandoned domain names for various purposes. However, this is not so well-known to cybersecurity professionals as a security risk.

The new owner of the domain name can take control of the email addresses of the former owner. The email services can then be configured to receive email correspondence sensitive in nature. The email accounts can also be used to reset passwords to online services which can include sensitive information like personal details, financial details, client-legal privileged information, etc.

The research was performed on the domain names abandoned by law-firms in Australia during the mergers and acquisitions. The law firms store and process massive amount of confidential data, and abandoned domain names can lead to serious cyberthreats.

“Email is an essential service in every business, and the effect of a company losing control over their email service is devastating, even if the company has merged or shut down. Sensitive information and documents are often exchanged over emails between clients, colleagues, vendors and service providers due to the convenience. Consequently, if a bad actor takes control of an entire business’s email service, sensitive information can end up in wrong hands,” wrote Gabor Szathmari, in a blog post.

An average of around a thousand ‘.au’ domain names (country code TLD for Australia) get expired every day. The list of expiring domain names is published publicly in a simple CSV file format, which allows anyone to see the domain names getting expired.

Most of the companies prefer Office 365 and G Suite for enterprise emails. If all the messages aren’t deleted from the cloud platforms, they remain available for new owner of the domain to access.

Furthermore, if anyone has used the email address for signing up for an account on social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, the new owner can reset the passwords and gain access to those accounts.

Also read: 6 million new domain names registered in second quarter 2018, as total count reaches 339.8 million globally

To avoid such cyberthreats, the companies should ensure that the domain name remains valid for an indefinite period even if it has been abandoned. All the notifications that may contain confidential information should be unsubscribed from the emails.

Disconnect or close the accounts that are created using the business emails. Researchers also suggested to enable two-factor authentication for all the online services that allows it.

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Oakley Capital acquires majority stake in cPanel

Oakley Capital’s WebPros BV group is acquiring a majority stake in cPanel, the Linux-based web hosting automation software platform.

Founded by Nick Koston in 1997, cPanel provides automation tools and GUI to help users easily manage their websites and hosting accounts. The cPanel comes with a set of rich features to enable the customers to administer all the facets of a website using easier point and click software.

The acquisition of cPanel is part of Oakley’s strategy to acquire leading internet infrastructure software businesses. It also invested significantly in its WebPros BV group to acquire Plesk and SolusVM.

“We are delighted to have the opportunity to acquire one of the most well-respected businesses in internet infrastructure software.  Oakley has significant experience of investing in this sector, and we look forward to working with Nick and the team to continue cPanel’s growth,” said Peter Dubens, Managing Partner of Oakley Capital Private Equity.

The companies said that new transaction will enable significant investment in new product and feature innovation and support the growth of cPanel platform to offer an improved user experience.

“This investment reflects a great step forward for cPanel.  Our team has developed software that contributes to the success of millions of websites operating globally and looks forward to continuing to do so with the same passion that our loyal customers have come to love,” said Nick Koston, CEO of cPanel, Inc.

“This investment will give internet infrastructure providers access to a wider range of software, features and support.  I am excited about what the future holds for the company and the great team at cPanel.”

Also read: Nutanix eyes multi-cloud DaaS opportunity as it acquires Frame

Oakley will invest $50 million into WebPros as a part of this transaction, which is subject to regulatory approval. cPanel has more than 220 employees, with customers in over 70 countries. The company will remain headquartered in Houston, Texas, with Nick continuing as CEO.

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Devastating weather conditions push some companies to AWS, CTO – Amazon

The emerging cloud technologies are enabling companies to move away from on-premise data centers to cloud-based DC(s).While this is the major reason behind excessive cloud migration but lately, some clients have been signing-in on cloud due to a totally different reason – the climate change.

The recent years have been witnessing massive storms and earthquakes from New Jersey to Japan, leaving infrastructure destroyed and in an irretrievable state. Most organizations are now favoring cloud for data backup and improved accessibility, Werger Vogels – CTO, Amazon, told to a news channel.

During the AWS summit in San Francisco, Vogels said that many banking and telecommunication firms in the Philippines have been adopting AWS facilities in Singapore, “given the massive typhoons that have hit the country time after time.

Amazon has been widening its datacenters reach to cover most of the important regions, making cloud transition an easy sell to big companies. It has 16 regions around the world, currently. It also plans to open a new DC in Paris this year followed by another in Stockholm in 2018.

Vogels said, “If a calamity happens in one of those regions, they can move their customers to another region.”
Amazon advanced its capital expenditures by 46 percent in 2016 to $6.7 billion, and the company in its annual report said that these investments on infrastructure has been incurred to support AWS.
Though the primary aim of AWS was not to provide a disaster recovery alternative, but the current trend is making companies knock its doors. While the last year was warmest on record, NASA has predicted that the storms would increase as warming surges.

Vogels talking about the trend, also shared an incident from past where during the Hurricane Sandy in 2012 on the New Jersey coast, an AWS client that provided backup solution, saw a huge number of request from the nearby customers “that became interested in backing up their data on the West Coast.” Similarly in Japan, soon after the earthquake people started moving to AWS.

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