NetEngi has been hosting websites, applications, online stores, and blogs on its load-balanced servers with SSD storage for eight years. This host provides individuals and business owners with the resources and tools they need to create and expand their online presences.
Features and Ease of Use
With NetEngi, you can create and manage any kind of website, from a static HTML site to a custom web app or a database-driven CMS site based (for example) on WordPress or Joomla.
Your cPanel or ISPmanager account comes with the following features:
- Domain manager
- Online file manager
- Web-based emails
- One-click installer
- FTP accounts
- Web statistics
Since security should be your top priority, it’s good to see that this provider puts security measures in place from the server level right down to the account level. It’s also good to see the protection provided by the daily backups that are stored for up to 15 days.
If you want to concentrate on managing your core business, you could take advantage of a Managed VPS that means the NetEngi team will take care of upgrades, software updates, and security. A scalable VPS with full root access and KVM virtualization comes with more resources than standard Linux shared hosting plans. CentOS-powered cloud servers are deployed instantly, while dedicated servers (which come with 24/7 hardware support) take roughly four hours to be activated.
Thanks to a rock-solid network with multiple 10 Gbps connections, NetEngi’s 99.99% uptime SLA means your website should be online almost all the time.
Pricing and Support
NetEngi offers cheap web hosting plans and affordable VPS/rental servers. Shared plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, and you can also get a free domain for a year. You can pay for plans on billing cycles from monthly to yearly by PayPal, WebMoney, Perfect Money, Bitcoin, or major credit/debit cards.
NetEngi’s 24/7 support should provide the assistance you need whenever you get stuck, and the support team can also migrate your website for free. It sounds good, but in reality, my live chat attempt went unanswered despite looking to be online.
For self-support, there seems to be only a simple set of help topics, and clicking any of the links leads nowhere: