About SSDCloud

With cloud hosting, you can start small and grow big. Get more power as your website expands and break all boundaries. All resource limits are at your fingertips!

Yes Kindly Make your visitors happy and decrease website loading time. Take full advantage of the speed and power with a simple control panel. No technical knowledge needed!

Fully Managed 24/7 dedicated support will help you every step of the way. Focus all efforts on making the most out of your project while we handle the server uptime and monitoring!

Shared Hosting

Shared Hosting is a regular low-cost web hosting solution suitable for the vast majority of personal and small business web sites, and is provided under our Solo and Startup plans. For those customers with demanding or high traffic sites, or for those looking to host a web site with faster speeds, Business Hosting is recommended - these are all the plans with "Performance" in the title. These plans include more resources (up to 5 CPU Cores & 8GB RAM) and also include caching technology to make sites incredibly fast, with LiteSpeed server-side page cache, along with Redis and Memcached backend caches. We'd recommend our Business hosting plans for e-commerce stores, high traffic sites, or for those customers who want to leverage our server side caching technology so that their site loads as fast as possible.

Yes, your hosting comes packed with the world's number one control panel, cPanel.

You can choose between hosting in our UK or US based facility. Either facility delivers fantastic speeds globally, however for best performance we'd recommend that during checkout you choose the facility closest to the majority of your visitors. You can also enable a free CloudFlare CDN from your control panel which will serve up static content such as images from over 100 global locations serving every continent, speeding up service to your visitors wherever they are.

Reseller Hosting

Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host’s services wholesale and then sells them to customers, possibly for a profit.

Here is a real-world example. Let’s say that someone you know owns a restaurant. They don’t know a thing about hosting. But they know that they need it to keep the website of their restaurant online. You offer them to host their website as you can probably give them a cheaper price than what they are currently paying and a better service. Additionally, most resellers include other services they can offer – web design and development, online marketing, SEO, etc. Long story short, they get the hosting from, and you use your partnership status with the hosting company to provide the service. Your client gets their own Control Panel, so they can manage everything on their own (like manage their email accounts). In their eyes you are the actual hosting provider. There is no mentioning of the real service provider anywhere on the interfaces they would access. You, on the other hand, get to make profit by charging them a fee higher than what you are actually paying.

Web hosting is a complex business. You need to build and maintain servers, rent or build data centers at multiple locations across the globe with reliable upstream providers, hire and maintain a staff of highly qualified individuals working on shifts around the clock (system administrators, technical support, account managers, and others), set up and maintain the entire software stack (server OS, web server, database server, email, etc.), implement billing solutions and backup systems. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. The great thing about reseller hosting is that it takes all that complexity out of the equation. You get someone else to do all the “dirty work” while you focus on acquiring new clients. With a good reseller hosting program, your end customers would not even know the difference. You would appear to them as the actual hosting provider, and you can charge them whatever fees you want. In result, they receive a quality web hosting service while you make a nice profit.

Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated hosting is a single web hosting environment that’s dedicated to the needs of a single website. This is typically for websites that are large, receive a high volume of traffic, or require a unique hosting setup. In dedicated hosting clients get complete control over their server environment. This allows for complete server customization and is ideal for larger organizations.

With dedicated server hosting, you’re renting an entire physical server. This provides you with unparalleled customization and control over your server environment. Plus, you’ll have access to higher levels of server resources. With a dedicated server, you’ll be able to customize your CPU type, operating system, and the total amount of RAM and storage available.

With dedicated hosting, you have access to the entire server. With shared hosting, you’re simply renting a portion of that same server. You can think of it in terms of an apartment building. If you choose a shared hosting environment you’re renting a single apartment. While with a dedicated server you’d be renting the entire building, and keeping every room open for your own needs. You can see why dedicated hosting is typically a much more expensive option. Instead of sharing resources with hundreds of other websites on the same server you’ll have access to the entirety of the server’s resources for your own website.


The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is a nonprofit organization that provides governance of all domain names.

An accredited domain registrar is a domain registrar that has been accredited by ICANN to act as a domain registrar. An accredited domain registrar has to follow compliance rules aimed to protect registrants. You should always use an accredited domain registrar to purchase your domain name. If you are buying your domain through a reseller (for example, you are getting a domain name as part of your web hosting page), you should check with the reseller to make sure the actual domain registrar is accredited.

You can check the WHOIS record. Many registrars provide this lookup functionality. You can also use the WHOIS tool from ICANN.

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