Ironservers EIRL brings more than ten years’ experience to the hosting industry. Its highly qualified team offers web hosting, VPS, consultancy, and programming services, and its support technicians are available 24/7 to help with your hosting issues.
Ironservers’ Chilean data center uses a redundant duplex link, and it guarantees 100% uptime. Its website is in Spanish.
Features and Ease of Use
All Ironservers’ Linux and Windows servers use SSD storage for super-fast data access. Hosting is managed via the cPanel and DirectAdmin control panels, and it also affords you the following features:
- Addon domains
- Web email accounts
- Unlimited transfer bandwidth
- Free dedicated IPs
- MySQL databases
From your control panel, you can deploy CMS apps, monitor resource usage, create personalized emails, and backup your web files in minutes.
As a web developer, I’m well aware that some webmasters don’t back up their websites, which (of course) is a mistake. Ironservers’ daily backups let you create copies of your emails, websites, and databases, to be restored quickly in the event of an incident.
SSL lets you secure your website, and the subsequent padlock symbol should give your customers the confidence they need to transact with you.
If shared hosting isn’t sufficient for your needs, you can choose a cheap VPS instead. Four packages are available with incremental features.
Pricing and Support
As soon as you’ve signed up and paid, account activation is instant, and you get seven days to change your mind (which is shorter than the 30-day cool-off period you get with many other hosts).
You get two months free when you commit to a year or more, and you get more storage space and multidomain hosting when you scale up from the first two plans to a Super plan.
If you have questions or need help, simply send an email to the 24/7 Spanish-speaking support team or raise a ticket from your account dashboard. You should get personalized advice and timely responses, which is no bad thing since the self-support FAQ knowledge base is virtually non-existent: