Hosting and DNS Providers

Here's a sample of just a few of our hosting and DNS providers. You can easily see where your blogs are hosted on your dashboard.

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Hosting Providers

Your blogs will be installed on unique IPs on below hosting providers. Nameservers are provided directly by hosting providers and are shared with hundreds of thousands of websites or by popular DNS providers, also shared with all of their customers.

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services

Launched in 2006, Amazon Web Services has since grown to acquire more than a million customers from large enterprises and government agencies, to fast-growing startups across 190 countries.

Accu Web Hosting

AccuWebHosting

AccuWebhosting takes pride in providing innovative technology complemented with world-class customer service. As a testament to this, the company has been listed as #1 provider in Microsoft Hosting Gallery.

Digital Ocean

Digital Ocean

Formed in 2011, DigitalOcean now serves more than 160,000 users with a daily growth of 1,000 users. DigitalOcean is based in New York City with data centers in the US, Europe and Asia.

Linode

Linode

Founded in 2003, Linode has over 250,000 customers worldwide ranging from Fortune 50 companies to startups and individuals offering only the highest-performing products and services scalable to meet business demands.

LiquidWeb

LiquidWeb

Given their stellar record in the industry, LiquidWeb has over 30,000 clients in over 150 countries.

LeaseWeb

LeaseWeb

LeaseWeb is on an expansion momentum with over 50,000 servers operating in eight data centers located in Europe, Asia and the United States.

MediaTemple

MediaTemple

With over 125,000 businesses and individuals in over 100 countries relying on their premium service model and scalable technology, Media Temple has become a world-renowned brand. From a simple project to enterprises’ most demanding applications and workloads, Media Temple has the solution that fits perfectly.

OVH

OVH

OVH is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2019 with a glowing record of 180,000 servers in 17 data centers, employing roughly 800 individuals and with more than 400,000 professional customers relying on the company to ensure the sustainability of their data.

Rackspace

Rackspace

Rackspace is the #1 managed cloud company serving more than 200,000 businesses on a global scale. Rackspace has multiple offices and data centers in four continents making true the company's mission to be recognized as one of the world's great service company.

SoftLayer

SoftLayer

Founded in 2005, the company today hosts more than 81,000 servers for more than 26,000 customers with more plans of international expansion.

Vultr

Vultr

In just over a year of operation, Vultr had more than 100,000 users with data centers in seven countries across four contents, surpassing the existing industry markers.

DNS Providers

Some hosts don't provide their own nameservers so for those servers we use popular DNS providers.

ClouDNS

ClouDNS

ClouDNS offers a specialised DNS hosting solution to its customers, from a free platform to a custom DNS package, and with a few cool security features.

DNSimple

DNSimple

In 2015, the company launched the Secondary DNS, providing zone replication to other DNS providers. DNSimple today manages over 50,000 domains for over 17,000 customers all around the world.

DNS Made Easy

DNS Made Easy

The company is proud of its 100% DNS uptime history and a 99% overall uptime history, and remains the number one choice for DNS hosting among large companies.

NS1

NSone

NSone is bent on pushing the boundaries of DNS and traffic management by expanding the company's global delivery footprint and improving network performance.

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