FireHost Web Hosting Starts New DNS-Powered Business Continuity Solutions

FireHost Web Hosting Starts New DNS-Powered Business Continuity Solutions

FireHost Web Hosting Starts New DNS-Powered Business Continuity Solutions on August 16, 2012 : FireHost web hosting company has announced in a statement on Wednesday August 15, 2012 that a new business continuity solution has been introduced along with existing business continuity options. This service is powered by the DNS services distributed across five continents. This new business continuity option is supported by DYN DNS hosting. This service will expand the capabilities of FireHost web hosting company beyond its routine qualities like load balancing and high availability of the network.

This announcement followed the revised affiliate program of FireHost Company, which was announced a couple of months back. These new service options would increase the network uptime with the help of failover configurations of the system; this will prove to most desirable for web hosting and web application solutions.

In the statement Mr. Jason Rieger, the CTO of FireHost web hosting company said, “FireHost has been ahead of the curve with regard to securing a public cloud environment and finding advanced ways to boost performance; Now we move ahead again by multiplying our business continuity offerings, helping our customers prep and plan for the unexpected, and keeping their systems and applications online all the time, even when disaster strikes.”

It was further explained that these business continuity solutions provide the client with options to distribute the web traffic among 17 failover facilities that are located at different places across the continents. By the help of these options, customers can easily manage their traffic very efficiently by the help of advance traffic management tools and load balancing.

New traffic management tools give network administrators the options to route their respective customer to certain infrastructures that can provide the best performance and efficiency. For example, the traffic originating from Bangladesh can be diverted be catered to its nearest location. This increase the efficiency and speed of the system.


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