GreenGeeks, a “green” web hosting provider headquartered in Agoura Hills, California, has announced the launch of pay-as-you-go scalability features on its web hosting platform. Its customers would now be able to easily add/remove computing resources such as CPU, RAM and I/O.
GreenGeeks’ vision as a hosting provider is to allow customers to focus on deploying, managing and growing their websites without having to worry about the underlying technology. The newly launched scalability features on the company’s web hosting platform would eliminate the need to upgrade to a Virtual Private Server.
“The way hosting is being offered is changing,” said Kaumil Patel, COO of GreenGeeks. “Our scalable hosting feature will allow customers who need to scale and grow their online presence to do so seamlessly, without the complexities that come with a VPS. They will remain on the shared platform and enjoy the same support & management they’ve been used to.”
It also mentioned that numerous improvements were made to GreenGeeks’ container-based technology. The technology improvements would specifically allow proprietary intelligent systems and tools to automatically move hosting accounts around its platform based on resource supply & demand – to maintain always-fast performance and always-on reliability.