Looking for Blog Hosting Services? Make Sure You Get Reliable Storage

We are at an age when everyone seems to have an online presence. It’s no longer just for the corporate entities or large oprganizations. Over the recent years, smaller mom-and-pop and garage operations have also capitalized on what the net can offer their businesses. It doesn’t stop there. These days, just about any average Joe has some online presence usually in the form of blogs.

Blogs are probably the quickest way to getting an online presence for businesses or individuals. If you want to have a web site up and running in a manner of minutes, then go set up a blog. And because this is now the trend, nearly all web hosting companies even offer packages that they call “instant presence” or “blog package” – which means just what they infer. You sign up with them and your web site is set up instantly using a blogging platform like WordPress.

Equally important to having instant presence is the reliability of the providers’ data storage system. What good is having a web presence set up so quickly if it becomes intermittently inaccessible because of unreliable data storage? So check to see that your provider has a well-architected shared data storage system.

According to Wikipedia: A storage area network (SAN storage system) is a dedicated network that provides access to consolidated, block level data storage. SANs are primarily used to make storage devices, such as disk arrays, tape libraries, and optical jukeboxes, accessible to servers so that the devices appear like locally attached devices to the operating system.

Nexsan Corporation is a company founded in 1999 and headquartered in Thousand Oaks, California that provides a very comprehensive range of enterprise-class, easy-to-use and efficient system solutions that address each and every customers’ unique data storage requirements. They offer hardware and software products that combine the benefits of cost-effective performance, power and space efficiency, ease of use, scalability and unmatched reliability to provide Highly Efficient Storage (HES) performance and functionality.

The Nexsan SAN storage system contains anywhere between 14 and 60 drives in a very small footprint. Nexsan disk arrays can be increased in capacity, up to 360TB, with an additional expansion unit holding up to 60 drives in 4U. Nexsan ensures efficiency, reliability and ease-of-use by unique features such as Active Drawer Technology™, Anti-vibration Design™, and Cool Drive Technology™.

So whether you’re simply looking for a new provider to get your blog/website up and running online immediately, or if you’re considering getting into the business of offering a blog hosting service, one of the key elements to consider is having a robust and reliable data storage partner. Look to a company like Nexsan for solutions.

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