Nexcess Released Upgraded Magento Hosting and New Server ClustersApril 25, 2019
Managed to host provider Nexcess is a Southfield, Michigan based company founded in 2000 with wholly-owned data centers located in Dearborn, Michigan and Southfield, Michigan. The company is very popular for providing shared and dedicated Magento, WordPress and ExpressionEngine hosting, has now come up with a host of improvements to its Magento hosting packages specifically for the company’s enterprise solutions. Nexcess has extended its range of high end cluster options for Magento hosting with the new MCE-SIP-400 package that offers best possible response times for eCommerce stores to provide reliable and powerful hosting environment.
The new cluster package of Nexcess includes six Dell Power Edge R420 servers with 2 Eight Core E5-2450 Sandy Bridge Processors, 24 GB of RAM, and a pair of 73 GB 10K SAS drives behind a Dell Power Edge 1950 load balancer. With the new updated cluster option, there are lot of benefits including increase in bandwidth provisions, increase in CDN bandwidth. In addition to that, Data usage has been increased to 10,000 GB with 5,000 GB of content delivery network bandwidth included. According to Nexcess, application servers in the cluster run from a pair of similarly specced Dell Power Edge R420 database servers, each equipped with four 146GB 15K SAS drives in a RAID 10 configuration and a Dell R410 file server with four 300GB SAS drives.
“We’re proud to be able to take care of eCommerce clients of all sizes with maximum performance, up to and including the largest enterprise clients,” Chris Wells, president and CEO of Nexcess said in a statement. “Coupled with our long experience in Magento hosting, the in-house expertise we’ve developed over the years, and our phenomenal support team, we can confidently say that Nexcess should be first on the list for anyone that’s serious about hosting a Magento site right.”