Kharkiv-based Ukrainian host UkrLine offers Linux hosting, Windows hosting, Magento hosting, 1C-Bitrix hosting, and VPS. You can also register domains, get SSL certificates, and resell hosting packages.
UkrLine’s website is available in Ukrainian and Russian.
Features and Ease of Use
UkrLine’s LINE-1 package provides one MySQL database and 1 GB SSD storage, which is just enough to host a single website. Scaling up to a LINE-2 or LINE-3 plan gives you slightly more storage to host multiple websites. Higher plans provide even more storage along with unmetered bandwidth.
All hosting plans include a free SSL certificate and the following features:
- PHP 4.4 to 7.2 support
- Unlimited subdomains
- Zend Optimizer
- Webmail manager
- MySQL 5.6 databases
- DNS manager
Hosting can be managed via either the ISPmanager or cPanel control panel, and the app installer helps you set up a CMS-backed website with WordPress or Joomla (for example). You can download hundreds of pre-made PHP and Joomla templates that are arranged into categories.
Even with my coding experience, building a website from scratch isn’t always easy. Since we all don’t want to (or know how to) to write code, the premium web site builder’s 170+ templates will help you create a professional website without having to hire a designer or developer.
If you have an existing website with another host, you can take advantage of UkrLine’s free website migration.
With data centers in three locations — U.S.A., Ukraine, and Europe — UkrLine lets you host your website wherever is best for you or your visitors. Uptime is important, so I monitored the uptime of this host’s own website over two days. I recorded 100% uptime in North America, Europe, Australia, Asia, and Russia.
Pricing and Support
You can order hosting on one-, three-, six-, or twelve-month terms in Ukrainian hryvnia, euros, or U.S. dollars. Committing to an annual plan gives you a 15% discount and a free domain. Pay by credit/debit card, PayPal, WebMoney, Yandex.Money, Privat24, or Bitcoin.
For technical support, you have to raise a ticket from your hosting panel. That’s what I did to find out if this provider’s hosting plans are Linux-based. I’m pleased to say that I received an English-language affirmative response with 24 hours:
If you want to try supporting yourself, you can do so via the surprisingly extensive FAQ section.