When it comes to web hosting and cloud computing, you might be paying for what you get

The following is a guest post from David Smith.

David Smith is the Chief Executive Officer of Exetel, a cloud hosting company that provides web hosting for enterprises.

He is the author of the book “The Cloud Solution for Your Business.”

This post originally appeared on the Exetels blog.

I recently spoke to David about how Exetes cloud hosting solution is evolving, what you can expect from it, and the future of web hosting.

What are you looking for in a cloud host?

David Smith: First, I’d like to say that Exetele is a global provider of cloud hosting.

We provide a lot of cloud services in the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and Africa.

But what is most important to us is that our hosting solution meets the most stringent requirements in terms of service and security.

I think it is a pretty simple story: we deliver a good service that meets all the needs of our customers.

We don’t make any changes in the way we provide the service.

We are a global service provider and we offer our customers global options.

What is the main difference between hosting in the cloud versus hosting on your own server?

David: We have an entirely new hosting platform.

We created a completely new platform.

I can’t speak for all of the platforms out there, but for Exetela, our platform is entirely new.

I know you might have heard of the term “serverless,” which is when an application is completely web-driven, so that it is completely isolated from the rest of the internet.

For us, that is a real problem.

It means that we have a platform that is entirely web-based, which is completely separate from the cloud.

But when you talk about a serverless platform, that means that you can actually run it on the cloud, and then you can run your applications on it.

For instance, you can have applications running on the server and they are going to be available to the cloud even if they are running on your local machine.

So what that means is that your application will run on the same server as your customers.

For Exetelle, the solution that we’ve developed is completely serverless, so you can be completely isolated on your servers and not have any of the security issues that cloud hosting has.

And the security is also completely separate.

So it means that your security is not compromised.

You have a completely separate and secure infrastructure.

David: And it is entirely different from other hosting providers, because we are the first company to build a cloud platform with cloud services.

You don’t need any of their hosting options to get your application running.

You can simply run it wherever you want.

How did you build the cloud solution?


You know, it is not an easy task.

There are a lot things to consider.

We built it from scratch.

The main goal was to be completely server-less.

The second goal was that we wanted it to be a cloud service that could be hosted on any cloud.

You would have to pay for that cloud service.

So we made it totally serverless and it was a very, very complicated project.

I will just say this: it was not easy, but we succeeded.

What other cloud services are available today?

David.: We have a variety of cloud offerings.

We have one in the form of Google Apps.

It has a lot in common with what Exete has in terms, for example, of the size of the apps.

We can also offer a service in the US called AWS, which has all the features of AWS, including an ability to scale your apps to meet the needs and the requirements of your enterprise.

We also have one called Amazon Web Services, which can be hosted anywhere in the world.

We will continue to expand our offering, but there are plenty of other cloud offerings out there.

What does the future hold for Exets cloud hosting platform?

DavidSmith: ExetEL is the first cloud hosting service that we built from the ground up.

We believe in the technology, we believe in our customers, and we believe we are going in the right direction.

I don’t think it’s a coincidence that our products are both open source and that we are also a cloud provider.

What we do with our hosting is a very transparent process, because every time you run your application on the platform, you are able to see what is happening on the system and you can audit the code to make sure that you are doing everything right.

I’m very confident that our platform can handle all of those things, and if there are any issues with our platform, we have the ability to fix them.

We want to make it as easy as possible for our customers to deploy their applications.

DavidSmith and his team have spent a lot time on improving the quality of the infrastructure around

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