Oryon Networks Pte Ltd (Oryon) provides two types of hosting: Business Web Hosting for startups and medium-sized enterprises, and Managed Cloud Hosting for established firms that have outgrown shared hosting.
Features and Ease of Use
Your cPanel hosting comes with the following features (and more):
- Maria DB/MySQL
- Multiple PHP versions
- 24/7 proactive monitoring
- Patchman web security
- Unlimited data transfer
- Antivirus protection and malware removal
As well as monitoring your hosting account, Oryon provides free WordPress updates and free SSL certificates. And to ensure you don’t lose data, you get your websites, files, and databases backed up for 14 days on secure servers.
Moving from one host to another can be problematic if you don’t know how to do it. Since Oryon understands this, the support team will migrate your email and websites for free with no downtime and no loss of data.
If you outgrow the Business Web Hosting package, you can seamlessly scale up to the Managed Cloud VPS to unlock more storage space and processing power. Servers are hardened and fully optimized for better performance, your resources are isolated in a virtualized environment, and you can control your hosting via the WHM/cPanel control panel.
Oryon uses a combination of LiteSpeed Web Server, Cloudflare CDN, and SSD storage for improved performance, protection, and reliability. The risk of hardware failure is close to zero since servers are configured with RAID data mirroring to safeguard your data. You get a 99.9% uptime SLA, which is around the industry average.
Pricing and Support
Converting the Singapore dollar prices to U.S. dollars made me realize that the hosting packages are cheap, especially since they include free WP Rocket and Patchman security. You can add website optimization, more storage, and backups at the checkout, and pay for your package by internet banking, check, or credit/debit card. Since there are no contractual requirements, you should be able to terminate your account without incurring an exit fee.
Self-support resources include a comprehensive knowledge base containing lots of how-to articles, tips, and user guides for cPanel, WordPress, email settings, and other topics. You can get remote support via TeamViewer, and other support channels include telephone, email, and live chat. Since Oryon has so many live chat operators, I didn’t have to wait long to summon some assistance: