Contrary to the fixed pricing model provided by most of the hosting companies, CloudJiffy charges you based on your actual consumption.
Is that better?
Definitely! Taking an example, let’s say you need a minimum of 4 GB RAM for your application to run. Now before purchasing your hosting solution, i.e VPS or a Dedicated server, you will have to consider, the following: Continue reading “How does the pricing in CloudJiffy work?”
We are glad to announce that we have started the support for .Net core in CloudJiffy. This is an open-source, cross-platform version of .NET for building websites, services, and console applications. This is often used for cloud applications or also can be used for refactoring large enterprise applications into microservices.
Continue reading “[BETA] – Introducing .NET Core Application Server in CloudJiffy”
Regardless of your website’s size, one of the most difficult decisions you’ll make is your choice of hosting. There are plenty of options, but each will fit different needs. However, choosing the wrong type of hosting can negatively impact your site’s performance. So the question that arises now is which plan will be best suited for hosting WordPress?
Continue reading “Traditional VPS vs CloudJiffy : The Difference”
Most major web hosting companies have pricing models that have fixed plans for the type of resource consumption your website has.
This means that you pay a fixed amount for a fixed number of resources in that package. There are some fundamental disadvantages with pricing models like these:
Continue reading “Why is CloudJiffy’s pricing model better than a fixed pricing model”
What is AVA?
It is a new open-source platform for launching a new interoperable blockchain that has highly decentralized applications and new financial primitives. The platform provides you with complete control over various features like access control and the option to choose language or type of virtual machine to execute it with. Continue reading “How to install AVA in CloudJiffy? – AVA Installation Guide”