Wow, it is already April now! Time does fly. This month, I will provide you with not only our usual uptime fact but we’ll give you a bonus of our outstanding Premium Hosting performance fact too. Released in November 2008, our premium hosting offer all you desperately desire in a web hosting experience, latest technological features of UNIX and Windows, quick fix customer support, and what is the most important is that, PERFECT uptime fact (performance)! And here is the proof.

Premium Hosting Performance

Service % OK % Critical
ftp 99.989% 0.011%
http 100.000% 0.000%
mysql 100.000% 0.000%
smtp 100.000% 0.000%
pop 100.000% 0.000%

Starting from this month, we will provide you with our outstanding uptime fact for our all new Premium Hosting product. As you can see in the table, our Premium Hosting even performs far beyond expectation. You really get above 99.99% uptime averagely for all services.

Our premium hosting HTTP, MySQL, and e-mail services (POP and SMTP) reached 100% uptime performance last March 2009, meaning that there was no critical time at all. And the premium hosting FTP service reached 99.989% uptime, rounded to 99.99%. It just had 0.011% critical time for the regular server maintenance.

Regular Web Hosting Performance

Service % OK % Critical
FTP 99.989% 0.011%
HTTP 99.989% 0.011%
MySQL 99.989% 0.011%
SMTP 99.989% 0.011%
POP 99.989% 0.011%

As it has been for the last months, our uptime fact has shown great improvement in all services. And it did too in March 2009. Last month, we had averagely 99.99% for the whole types of services (FTP, HTTP, MySQL, SMTP, and POP).

We dare to say that FTP, HTTP, MySQL, and e-mail services like SMTP and POP were all being 99.989% ok in March, meaning that it is rounded up into 99.99% (from 99.989%) as we guarantee! There was only 0.011% critical time or 0.01% reported for the regular scheduled maintenance which update you can always check at http://www.hostdepartment.com/netstat/index.html for reference.

So, from the two comparison tables, surely you can see which performs better in the services. For now, that’s all I can report for the performance fact. See you again guys next month for the uptime fact report.

Regards,

G4br13lle

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