Cloudieweb’s privately owned servers are based in its top-tier data centers in New York and Chicago, U.S.A. Its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Cloudieweb’s four shared cloud plans are Copper, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.
The entry-level Copper plan includes 5 GB of SSD storage and hosting for one domain. The Silver plan increases 15 GB of SSD storage and hosting for five domains. The penultimate Gold plan (which is featured as this provider’s best seller) includes 35 GB of SSD storage, hosting for 15 domains, and a free domain. The top-tier Platinum plan features 60 GB of SSD storage, hosting for unlimited domains, and a free domain.
All shared hosting plans include unlimited bandwidth, email accounts, and MySQL databases, plus the following features:
- 24/7 customer support
- SSD storage
- DDoS protection
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Website builder
- 30-day money-back guarantee
- Free website migration
Customers looking for more than shared hosting could be interested in Cloudieweb’s Linux or Windows VPS hosting plans that provide fully isolated KVM virtual servers, guaranteed CPU cycles, and one free IPv4 or IPv6 address (with more available upon request). VPS plans also include SSD storage, DDoS protection, and 20-second setup.
Dedicated server hosting is also available for business customers and those with more demanding websites. With a dedicated plan, you get enterprise-level hardware, a selection of powerful control panels, advanced DDoS protection, IPv6 availability, 24-hour setup, and no contract commitment. Dedicated plans include 2 TB of storage and 8 GB to 32 GB of RAM, and they use Intel Xeon processors.
Pricing and Support
Cloudieweb’s shared cloud hosting appears to be quite costly, but it is not unreasonable for SSD storage. The Copper and Silver plans are priced competitively, though they come with no free domain.
You can pay for plans monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually, with a small discount of 2% to 7% available for longer-term commitments. A few add-ons are available at the checkout, including advanced website monitoring, SSH access, dedicated IP, and SEO analysis.
Cloudieweb’s 24/7 customer support is available via a contact form, ticket, or email. Unfortunately, I received no response to my exploratory email as a pre-sales prospect customer. If you have to resort to self-support, you can refer to this vendor’s knowledge base (which timed out at the time of writing) and its server status page: