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Nikhil Of Admin-Ahead: Think Big, Start Small

Nikhil is an entrepreneur and owner of Admin Ahead, a company that does remote system, technical support and network administration. He also runs few other brands and companies that develop applications and provide various services to dot-com businesses. I met him during HostingCon 2010 in San Diego. We didn’t talk much about business, as we got together in […]

Aaron Philips: cPanel Has The Ability To Drive New Business

I met Aaron Philips at HostingCon 2009. Since then I have seen him in action as Vice President of Operations of cPanel Inc. On my humble opinion he is a strong business leader, who is very focused on achieving goals and to succeeding in business. I have seen him helping to startups which have good products […]

Keith Duncan of Ping! Zine: I’m Always Looking To Do Better

Keith Duncan is a publisher of the longest running print magazine in the hosting industry – Ping! Zine. I know him from one of the web hosting conferences I attended, I don’t remember which one actually. He looks serious, but at the same time is an easygoing guy, who takes time to talk to anyone, during those […]

Pulkit Gupta: Softaculous Helps Many People. We Learn From Them

I met Pulkit Gupta at HostingCon 2011 in San Diego. I did’n have too much time to get to know him there, but at some point I decided that his Softaculous is not just a very interesting product, but it is a success story. At the time Softaculous was released there were at least one more […]

Thomas Strohe: WorldHosting Days Is The World’s Biggest Hosting Event

This is B10WH’s second in interview with Mr. Thomas Strohe, the man behind WordHosting Days show. Last year he has spoken to Dimitar to tell B10WH.com readers that “Everything Is More In WebHostingDay 2010“. This year we have contacted Mr. Strohe to ask him what to expect from the completely rebranded WordHosting Days event which […]

ResearchAndMarkets.com announced the release of additional research papers to its “Data Center Market in Europe 2016-2020” report. It reflects on Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC), which is considered as the latest trend in the data center services market. A SDDC refers to a data center where infrastructure is delivered as a service (IaaS) through virtualization of physical computing infrastructure. In other words the physical hardware infrastructure is managed through intelligent... more

VMware Cloud on AWS To Kick Off In January 2017

Posted by hosttycoon On December - 25 - 2016ADD COMMENTS

In October 2015 VMware and Amazon Web Services (AWS) formed partnership that would allow Amazon clients to run vSphere-based Cloud service on AWS infrastructure. The new service is called “VMware Cloud on AWS” and allows Amazon customers to use Enterprise level of the VMware’s software-defined data center platform. This means that they AWS customers will be able to run any application across vSphere and VMware powered private, public and hybrid cloud environments. The new... more

Microsoft has recently acknowledged that it has gone too far in its aggressive pushing customers with Windows 10 installer. This involved the Get Windows 10 app, which came under heavy criticism for its lack of flexibility. Microsoft Harassed Own Customers With Windows 10 Upgrade? Windows OS users used to have a choice to decline the update but with Windows 10 upgrade notifications have become more frequent and users were unable to prevent them popping up if when they intentionally wanted to... more

Cloud Computing in 2017

Posted by The Daw On December - 20 - 2016ADD COMMENTS

This happens each and every year. Various experts, media and corporations feed publishers and crete buzz about each and everything that is about to come next year. This article is focused on Cloud Computing and what to expect from major clouds in 2017. Don’t take it very seriously, it is a suggestion only. However, we will be happy if you bookmark this article and come back next year to find out how good was B10WH’s projection. Your Cloud Computing Bill Would Increase Well, corporations... more

Germany’s United Internet bought web hosting company Strato, owned by Deutsche Telekom. According to the reports in the press, United Internet paid for around €600 million ($629 million) in cash. It takes on 2 million customer contracts and approximately €130 million in annual revenue. This another step toward consolidation of the European web hosting market. The company already owns popular web hosting, domain registration and online service brands 1 & 1, FastHosts, InternetX,... more