Google Cloud Hosting

Have your eyes been looking towards the clouds,

but the setup seems just to daunting?

Google Cloud Hosting

Why Google Cloud Hosting?

As a website owner you may be getting tired of depending on a shared hosting account to host your web site. Frequent downtime, longer load times, emails not being sent because another user is spamming. These are all potential downfalls to working with a shared hosting provider. However, Google Cloud computing lets you break free from shared hosting and enables you to host your web site across multiple servers, making it faster, saves you money and ensures that your website will have almost 100% uptime. Let’s break it down a little more.

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Cost – There will always a cost associated with hosting. Cloud hosting makes more sense financially than using a traditional hosting provider. Firstly, information is stored centrally, eliminating the need for individual servers. Also, you won’t have to account for the upkeep and maintenance costs that come with other forms of hosting. Yes, $4.95 is pretty cheap, but lets be real for a minute….. “You get what you pay for”. If you really  want to have a successful website, you will never realize it on a $4.95 shared hosting account.

Dynamic Scaling – Single servers can’t always adapt to traffic spikes, and will often cost you more due to the extra resources needed to deliver your site. Cloud computing delivers resources immediately, enabling you to temporarily employ larger resources for the extra traffic, then downgrade as traffic reduces.

Guaranteed uptime – Cloud hosting copies your site onto multiple servers. If one goes down, another will take its place. It means you’ll experience nearly 100% uptime, making it a highly reliable option.

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Three Packages to Choose From

Basic Move – Using your Google account, create a server instance and transfer your entire WordPress website to your Google Cloud account . Setup up phpMyadmin, Email service via Sendgrid (Outgoing only) and FTP service to your WordPress installation and change DNS settings to point to your new site.

Complete Move – Using your Google account, create a server instance and install ISPConfig3 to manage your server.  ISPConfig3 gives you the ability to create and manage multiple web sites, email accounts & FTP Accounts.  Transfer your entire WordPress website to your new virtual server on google cloud. Setup up phpMyadmin, Email/Webmail service via Sendgrid (Incoming and Outgoing) and FTP service to your WordPress installation and change DNS settings to point to your new site.

Managed Hosting – Transfer your entire WordPress website to LAB Web Development virtual server on Google Cloud. Setup up phpMyadmin, Email/Webmail service via Sendgrid (Incoming and Outgoing) and FTP service to your WordPress installation and change DNS settings to point to your new site. LAB Web Development will manage the server, keeping it up to date, giving you one less thing to think about.

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Let me make the move for you.

    • Basic Move
    • $199
    • Wordpress
    • Complete Transfer
    • PHPMyAdim
    • FTP Accesss
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    • Complete Move
    • $299
    • WordPress
    • Complete Transfer
    • PHPmyadmin
    • FTP Access
    • Website Control Panel
    • Multiple Email Accounts
    • Webmail
    • FREE SSL Certificate
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      Managed Hosting
    • $99 Per Year
    • Wordpress
    • Complete Trasfer ($65.OO Fee)
    • PHPmyadmin
    • FTP Access
    • Website Control Panel
    • Multiple Email Accounts
    • Webmail
    • FREE SSL Certificate
    • Managed Server