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    Datacenter - USA
  • CONWS200
  • CPU 4 Core
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    Datacenter - USA
  • CONWS800
  • CPU 8 Core
  • RAM 30 GB
  • Storage 800 GB SSD
  • 600 Mbit/s port
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Indonesia



Indonesia

Indonesia is a well known vacation escape but did you know that it has become the largest spender towards the IT sector amongst the Southeast Asian countries? This amazing group of islands is ranked third in terms of e-market expansion and expenditure that is soon expected to reach IDR 151.4 trillion as the country prepares to catapult itself into the global e-market space. Many e-commerce companies have home bases in Indonesia which has proved them beneficial. These companies are now beginning to investigate expansion options.


Not only physically but also in terms of infrastructure, these companies gain a hassle free path when the infrastructure and all the related responsibilities that come along with it are cared for by Oxtrys.


Made up of 17,000 islands in the South Pacific, Indonesia is known for its diverse culture and language. It is also known for its fastest growth rate amongst SouthEast Asian Nations. Much like every other country the market and its growth rate has suffered yet there is one line that has been holding steady if not declining. Cloud computing market has been in demand all over the world for better disaster management and easier bounce back circumstances of the future.


This demand has turned the tide of progress even in the face of pandemic. The country is on the rise to become a well established IT hub. The expected growth in 2020 was tampered by the COVID outbreak, just like any other industry but shockingly, the expected rise is still believed to come about as companies and the government together are taking positive steps towards advancement of the country in technological sectors.


The stats speak of the expected rise to have fallen to 7.1% opposed to the expected 7.5% growth before the pandemic which is a better margin compared to the impact on other South Asian Countries. Some of it amounts to the employability factor which was earlier a major roadblock but with the rise of remote working has seen a new growth. According to a survey conducted by GlobalData, the public sector in the cloud computing market is said to hold a large part of this growth.


Ever since the dependability shifted from physical to virtual, every e-marketplace is expecting a boom to some measure. The IT sector is one among them, leading the charge. Nonetheless, the year has only started and there is still much more to come in favor of Indonesia.


VPS For Bloggers



VPS is the short name for a virtual private server, which imitates a dedicated server within a shared web hosting environment.


As a new blog owner, you can start with a shared hosting option. But if you plan on blogging for a very long time, then you should probably consider getting a VPS. This will make it easier for you to accommodate any form of traffic growth and let you have a platform of your own.

Normally, there are two categories of the VPS plan. These are managed and unmanaged. The managed one usually offers you a control panel and responsive technical support while an unmanaged plan doesn’t include those features.


The managed VPS option is the best for blog owners and you should opt for that choice. When you use a managed VPS host, the account is managed by the hosting provider so you don’t have to bother with the technical aspect. But if you happen to be tech-savvy, the unmanaged option might just be fine for you.


The VPS hosting also comes with a unique IP address that provides added security and safety for your data. You can control your server usage with the full administrative right that comes with it. This translates to more control for the content you have hotels on that server.


You also have the option of customizing the server according to your needs, and also install different software, or even make upgrades by changing the server.


Sometimes with shared hosting, you might experience some downtime. This is so because shared hostings have many customers and might oversell the bandwidth leading to occasional downtimes.


Even if a hosting company doesn’t oversell the resources, it is very possible that someone overuses the resources on a shared server and causes long downtime and low speed to your website.