Features and Ease of Use
SOSYS.NET’s hosting solutions come with the following standard features:
- cPanel/WHM control panels
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Unlimited emails
- Unlimited databases
- Unlimited addons
- Softaculous auto-installer
- Free account migration
The high-end enterprise hosting servers use modern hardware components and include the latest technology from Supermicro and Dell.
Customers can choose between Linux and Windows operating systems, including the CentOS, Ubuntu, and Fedora flavors of Linux. Several SSL certificate packages are available for purchase, including GeoTrust QuickSSL and True BusinessID options.
SOSYS.NET’s backup server is powered by FreeNAS 11, and backup files can be accessed via SFTP. According to your requirements, you can choose your amount of backup space from 250 GB to 1.5 TB.
The dedicated hosting is designed for advanced webmasters and businesses with CPU-intensive applications, complex databases, and high traffic websites. These servers use powerful hardware that includes SAS/SATA with RAID configuration for higher speeds, with the latest generation Intel E3/E5 Haswell processors and network connections of up to 10 Mbps.
So that you can easily manage your server, the virtual servers use SolusVM that is based on a GUI VPS management system and comes with OpenVZ, Xen Paravirtualization, and Xen HVM support.
The 99% uptime guarantee is very low by industry standards, but this vendor assures us that “most of the time, we achieve more than 99.9%.”
Pricing and Support
SOSYS.NET’s hosting prices are pretty standard, yet at these prices the hosting plans are largely unrestricted. The plans are priced in Singapore dollars, Malaysian ringgit, and Indonesian rupiah, and can be purchased only on annual terms.
If you’re not sure about committing to a full year, the 30-day money-back guarantee provides reassurance that you can change your mind and get a refund within that timeframe.
Customers can contact SOSYS.NET’s 24/7 customer support desk via telephone, ticket or email. The additional “live help” link leads only to the ticket submission form. When I sent an email to the highly responsive support team, I received a reply in less than 20 minutes. The website also includes a reasonably well-populated knowledgebase: