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The official Elastic Sites provider seal is here!

The official Elastic Sites provider seal is here!

The official provider seal has been released to support hosters that offer scalable plans based on the Elastic Sites new hosting model.

Elastic Sites is the alternative to VPS. It allows customers to gain more resources without adding the burden of server management that comes with a VPS. Several hosting providers, including Antagonist, have been successfully offering services based on the elastic sites hosting model for years. Wouter de Vries, CEO of Antagonist said that allowing businesses to pay as they grow - without the difficulties of server management - has been a huge success with their customers.

Elastic Sites also allows hosters to set up flexible plan options to best fit their customer needs and update resources on a per-customer basis. Patrick Sanders, the owner of 040hosting and the creator of this very cool “official provider” seal launch video, said that no hosting customer is the same, so neither should their hosting package be. They offer various plans for customers to start with, but they let them change the configuration easily, and CloudLinux OS helps them quickly provision it. It isolates each customer into a separate Lightweight Virtualized Environment (LVE), which allocates and limits server resources, like RAM, CPU, throughput and connections, for that customer.

More and more hosting providers have been offering Elastic Sites hosting. According to Jason Jersey, President of SiteColo, they’ve been seeing a need to offer their customers more, but every time they’ve revisited the VPS option, they knew it wasn’t the right fit. He said: “Elastic Sites is a no-brainer to us”. With Elastic Sites, SiteColo’s customers now have a seamless upgrade path, and once an upgrade or downgrade is placed, they're instantly provisioned without any manual actions.

For customers who simply need more resources and do not need anything that can only be provided by a VPS, an Elastic Site is a better option. As a matter of fact, over two dozen hosting companies have already been listed in the official Elastic Sites hosting directory

We are very excited about this expanding hosting model. To learn more about Elastic Sites, visit

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