End Point provides high quality website, database, and email hosting services with the speed, reliability, and support you need. We can handle all your hosting needs, or work closely with your in-house technical staff, as you prefer. We help make hosting and operations work well so you can focus more on your business.
Put End Point’s hosting experts to work for you!
End Point’s expert system administrators directly support our clients as needs evolve and traffic patterns change. You won’t wait on hold or have to first talk to less-experienced front-line support staff. Our support is available for any of your hosting needs, whether you host with us or elsewhere.
End Point helps you choose the right provider for your needs. We work with the best including SoftLayer, Rackspace, Amazon, Linode, Engine Yard, The Planet, Verio, Terremark, PEER 1, and others, as well as regional colocation and in-house providers. We know the market and the technology and love to help our clients’ businesses succeed.
Resources and Bandwidth
Our engineers carefully analyze your needs and can recommend and provision appropriate shared, cloud, virtual private server (VPS), or dedicated server resources for your site. We help you avoid under- or over-providing processing and bandwidth even as your traffic patterns change.
End Point’s managed hosting provides a high degree of reliability. Data is backed up to two geographically distant remote facilities on a daily basis. We can provide redundant mirrored sites for additional protection in the face of a major network or hardware failure. We monitor your site and respond quickly to incidents. We are committed to keeping our clients’ sites available and speedy.
Of course, pricing varies depending on the needs of your organization. We thoroughly examine your hosting needs and redundancy requirements in order to provide an affordable solution while ensuring an optimal level of service and availability. Costs for typical services for our hosting clients range from $50 to $1,200 per month.
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