DirectAdmin Linux Shared Hosting Plans

Australian & USA servers

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Looking for affordable web hosting services for your business or personal websites? Explore our range of Australian and USA Shared Hosting Plans, offering cost-effective solutions tailored to meet your specific needs. We take pride in providing High Uptime, High Security, and high-reliability Linux platforms to ensure an exceptional hosting experience for our clients.

Our hosting plans include daily backups, weekly virus scans, and round-the-clock monitoring, guaranteeing the utmost data protection and reliability. With these features in place, our plans offer some of the best web hosting services available in terms of value and performance.

Whether you require Linux hosting, cloud web hosting, WordPress web hosting, or eCommerce hosting, our services are designed to meet your requirements. We understand the importance of providing the best web hosting for small businesses, and our focus on affordability and quality sets us apart as a trusted host service provider.

Choose Deasoft for your web hosting needs and experience the reliability and performance you deserve. Our plans provide ample web space to accommodate your growing website, making them an ideal choice for those seeking low-cost web hosting solutions.


Standard Features of All Plans

24/7 Australian Support Multiple PHP Versions 5-7 Webmail
30 Day Money Back Guarantee Weekly Backups Daily Security Scans
Free 24x7 SMS Support 99.8% Uptime SLA Free Migrations
Softaculous Zend, IonCube Secure IMAP,POP & SMTP
Perl & cgi-bin Forwarders Auto Responders
Image Manager File Manager Remote Database Access
Web Disk (DAV) SSH Access Password Directories
FTP Account Manager Raw Access Logs AwStats
IP Deny Manager HotLink Protection Database Manager

What is Shared Hosting ?

Shared hosting plans are a type of web hosting service where multiple websites are hosted on a single server. In shared hosting, the resources of the server such as CPU, RAM, and disk space are shared among all the websites hosted on that server. This makes shared hosting an affordable option for small businesses or individuals who want to create a website without spending too much money. However, since the resources are shared, the performance of your website may be affected by the traffic and activities of other websites hosted on the same server. Shared hosting is typically managed by a web hosting provider who takes care of server maintenance, security, and software updates, allowing you to focus on managing your website content.

What are Web Servers ?

Web servers are software programs that run on a computer and handle incoming requests from client devices, typically web browsers such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox. When a client device sends a request to a web server, the server responds by sending back the requested information, which is typically in the form of a webpage or other type of data.

Web servers are the backbone of the World Wide Web, as they are responsible for serving web pages and other content to users around the world. They enable websites to be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection and a web browser, making it possible for businesses, organizations, and individuals to share information and connect with audiences on a global scale.

Some of the most popular web servers include Apache, Nginx, and Microsoft IIS. These servers use various protocols to communicate with client devices, including HTTP and HTTPS, which allow for secure communication between the server and the client. Web servers can also include features such as caching, load balancing, and content management systems, which help to optimize the performance and security of websites. At Deasoft we use Apache as our Web server software.

How does a Web Server work ?

A web server is a computer program that stores and serves web pages and other content over the internet. When you type a web address in your browser, your computer sends a request to the server asking for the web page. The server receives this request and searches for the requested web page in its memory or on its hard drive. If the web page is found, the server sends it back to your computer, which displays it in your browser. If the web page isn't found, the server will send back an error message. Web servers use various protocols like HTTP or HTTPS to communicate with web browsers and transfer web content.