If you’re a ServInt Cloud VPS or Cloud Dedicated customer, your site will never slow down because of your server. Ever.
Did you know that? Have we done a good job explaining that to you? I wonder sometimes.
In past blog posts, we’ve examined IOPS, resource contention, disaster recovery, and lots of other very good reasons why you should choose our SolidFire-powered Cloud VPS and dedicated servers. But when you boil it all down, the main reason is this:
If you’re a ServInt Cloud VPS or Cloud Dedicated customer, your site will never slow down because of your server.
That’s revolutionary — and it’s a genuine first for the business-focused hosting industry. No other hosting company can make this promise.
Now, as of today, we’re backing our promise up with a revolutionary new guarantee — ServInt’s Site Performance Guarantee — that says this: if your site slows down because your server doesn’t deliver 100% of the CPU, RAM, disk and IOPS you were promised, for more than five minutes… you get your entire month of hosting absolutely free.
How will you know whether you’re getting all the server resources you deserve? By using our new, completely transparent system resource graphs — another ServInt exclusive. From this day forward, if you’re a Cloud VPS or Cloud Dedicated customer, we’re not just going to tell you exactly how much RAM, CPU, disk and IOPS you’ll get with each hosting package. We’re going to put tools into your hands to keep us honest — tools that will give you real, verifiable proof that your server is delivering what you paid for — and we’re going to back it all up with the most radical system resource guarantee in the hosting industry.
Here’s the punchline: ninety-nine-point-whatever percent server “uptime” guarantees are a thing of the past. As of today, ServInt is guaranteeing server performance — i.e., guaranteeing that your site is not only up and online, but also that your site or app performance is never compromised by any server resource shortcoming. Ever. We’ll prove it to you.
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