Unlimited Cloud Hosting On Amazon Web Services

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AW Basic

$131/year | 11.5/month


10.5$

Microsoft Azure Platform

One domain with website or application
100GB persistent disk space
Unlimited bandwidth
Unlimited email accounts
2 databases
Free SSL for main and sub domains
1GB memory allotted
Multiple choice of datacenter locations
1st year free domain
100 emails per hour
Free migration
cPanel™ control panel
Daily malware scanning
Softaculous auto installer
30 days daily backup
24/7 support over ticket

AW Business

$205/year | 17.5/month


17.5$

Microsoft Azure Platform

10 domain with website / application
Unlimited persistent disk space
Unlimited bandwidth
Unlimited email accounts
10 databases
Free SSL for all domains & sub domains
2GB memory allotted
Multiple choice of datacenter locations
Free domain on annual signup
300 emails per hour
Free migration
cPanel™ control panel
Daily malware scanning
Softaculous auto installer
30 days daily backup
24/7 support over ticket

AW Enterprise

$345/year | 29.5/month


29.5$

Microsoft Azure Platform

Unlimited website / application
Unlimited persistent disk space
Unlimited bandwidth
Unlimited email accounts
Unlimited databases
Free SSL for all domains & sub domains
2GB memory allotted
Multiple choice of datacenter locations
Free domain on annual signup
1000 emails per hour
Free migration
cPanel™ control panel
Daily malware scanning
Softaculous auto installer
30 days daily backup
24/7 support over ticket
TeamViewer Remote Desktop Support
Business critical care
Data freeze storage up to 1yr


About Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a comprehensive, evolving cloud computing platform provided by Amazon. It provides a mix of infrastructure as a service (IaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and packaged software as a service (SaaS) offerings. Amazon Web Services provides services from dozens of data centers spread across availability zones (AZs) in regions across the world. An AZ represents a location that typically contains multiple physical data centers, while a region is a collection of AZs in geographic proximity connected by low-latency network links.