Features and Ease of Use
Cloudweb.bg hosting solutions are comprised of the following standard features:
- RAID protection
- MySQL databases
- DNS management
- CloudFlare CDN
- IP addresses
- Cloud servers
Cloudweb.bg data centers use pure SSD-based IO operations & caching to deliver better performance for the websites it hosts – up to 59 times faster data transfer than websites hosted on traditional HDD servers.
The vendor’s servers are connected to a 40Gbps network and have deployed RAID protected servers that use Intel Xeon processors. This provides high performance and reliability. Its cloud servers run on OpenStack operating system.
Cloudweb.bg cloud solutions include Cloud Site, Cloud VPS, Cloud ERP, Cloud Servers, and Resellers. The Cloud Site solution is designed for SMEs. It comes in three packages: Cloud Start, Cloud Pro, and Cloud Business. The packages include a disk space of 10GB-50GB, 50-1000 MySQL databases, and free migration.
Cloudweb.bg offers a cloud control panel, which allows users to create and manage files on cloud servers. This makes it relatively easy to restore your website in the event of a disaster. Cloudweb.bg uses IP Anycast Routing in its DNS system in its attempt to deliver excellent uptime.
Cloudweb.bg offers Cloud Backup, its backup solution that protects its clients’ website data. The solution is also designed for easy and quick restoration. The vendor’s cloud backups use low-level compression and duplication that streamlines archiving and significantly reduces storage costs.
Pricing and Support
Cloudweb.bg hosting plans are reasonably priced and available in flexible billing cycles. The prices are listed in Bulgarian lev. Cloudweb.bg offers no free trial period, nor does it have a money-back guarantee.
To get in touch with Cloudweb.bg, there are three options: phone, ticketing system and email. It has no live chat support. While the vendor claims to offer 24/7 support, the reality appears to be quite the opposite, and my email to them was left unanswered.
The link to the vendor’s knowledge base section on its website is invalid, as well.