Overview

Hybrid hosting, an approach that combines components of dedicated hosting and cloud hosting in a single solution, allows businesses to switch seamlessly between dedicated hosted services and cloud services, or use both simultaneously, as needed. In particular, hybrid hosting solutions recognize that a business will have different sets of requirements for different types of computing needs as well as requirements associated with specific types of applications.

For mission-critical applications, including line-of-business and proprietary applications, stability and security requirements may point to the need for dedicated hosting. Usage associated with promotional events and campaigns, or any application that experiences highly variable traffic and usage patterns, may be better suited to scalable cloud solutions.

Rather than forcing businesses to choose just one platform, hybrid hosting gives businesses access to both, integrating the strengths of each seamlessly without incurring unnecessary costs and without introducing undesirable complexity.

Combine our Dedicated and Cloud Platforms and Get the Best of Both Worlds

XephStratus provides a portfolio of compute platforms, ranging from traditional dedicated server hosting to cloud hosting. Since the best solution for your business may span more than one platform, we can help you mix-and-match, to create the optimal compute environment for your business.

How It Works

Deploy a new Cloud or Dedicated

Both types of servers can be easily deployed through the online control panel or via API.

Customize your server

Choose the server size, resources and OS from a variety of popular 64-bit Linux® Distributions—Ubuntu, Debian, Gentoo, CentOS, Fedora, Arch and Red Hat Enterprise Linux— FreeBSD or Windows® Images—Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003.

Your Server is provisioned and online in a few minutes (Cloud) or a few hours (Dedicated)

That's it! Cloud and Dedicated Servers share the same backbone network and can be mixed and matched to fit your exact needs.