Why BigRock is a great option for Web Hosting?
CloudLinux Account Isolation - CloudLinux has several advantages over classical Debian/CentOS/Ubuntu setups. It puts a regulation on how many resources each account can access i.e BigRock’s customer support doesn’t have to continually monitor resource spending and suspend shared accounts that hoard more computational power than they should. Clients can’t go over their allocated resources to drain the server without the tech team’s intervention.CageFS puts each client’s account in a pragmatic cage. CageFS also solves the problem of attackers gaining the access to one shared account in shared hosting. Even if another user’s poorly configured site falls to hackers, it won’t affect your website. In short, the resource integrity and security with CloudLinux are excellent.
Windows Hosting - BigRock’s Window Plans are a major part of its offer. The shared ASP.NET hosting plans run a standard Plesk setup with various supported IIS, ASP.NET, and MSSQL technologies. The features aren’t too showy, but the plans do the job for typical ASP-based websites or CMSs. Windows dedicated servers are an option for you if you need something robust. These can be a fantastic choice for more demanding MS applications. However, this service is not available in the US data center. BigRock is a decent choice for smaller websites or large-scale applications.
DIY Website Builder - BigRock’s “DIY Website Builder” performs way better than most similar builders. The interface is uncluttered and you can easily find all the options either in the navigation bar or by hovering over page elements. You can also move around content blocks by dragging them with your mouse. The dashboard even lets you preview what your site looks like on mobile devices, simplifying the design process. This drag-and-drop website builder is SEO-friendly and using this you can easily manage things like meta tags, redirects, sitemap, etc.
Emailing - A custom email address makes your website look professional. Also, when website visitors expect some sort of contact info, an email does the job for you.
- RoundCube - It is the standard webmail software integrated into cPanel. You can set up as many accounts as you want, and the provider allows up to 5GB per mailbox, though this counts towards your total storage. It’s similar to the webmail you get with most hosts, and it works well enough.
- Business Mail - You get a 5GB inbox (size can be increased), protected by robust antivirus software. You can also access the service via phone or tablet app, letting you manage correspondence on the go. Business Email starts at $0.66/month. The inboxes are relatively small, but they are extremely cheap. It’s a good-value deal if you want something more potent than the standard BigRock Linux hosting email.
- Enterprise Email - This adds attachment preview features, an improved contact list, and a calendar tool. The systems are connected globally across all your accounts, so different users can exchange contacts and keep track of important info. Enterprise Email will set you back $1.99/month for a 30GB inbox.
Money-back Guarantee - BigRock hosting offers the standard 30-day money-back guarantee which gives you time to see how the platform works. You can bring in more traffic and see how the host handles it.
10-year Subscription - Add a ten-year domain registration, and you can forget about payments for a decade. The ten-year deals are best if you have a low-demand site that you can set up and leave it running without worrying about the payments.