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A Fireside Chat With Hosting Experts

Topic: Elastic Sites

Customer growth is a good thing, right? Of course! However, in the world of shared hosting, a growing client may also mean a customer that is gobbling up resources. Under these circumstances, it’s not uncommon for a host to migrate this type of customer to their own virtual private environment. But is this always the best solution?

While VPS allows for added resources and greater customization,  a customer whose blog has just gone viral may not be equipped or ready to deal with the technicalities or the added costs that come with an unmanaged or managed VPS, respectively.

Luckily, an alternative solution exists and some hosting providers are already taking advantage of it and increasing their margins in the process.  Elastic Sites seek to create a remedy for the customers that needs more than what’s offered in a traditional shared environment but aren’t quite a fit for VPS hosting.

Join us on February 22, at 11 am EST for an online fireside chat with three of the world’s leading experts on hosting as they discuss Elastic Sites.  Learn what can be done to increase revenue, decrease upgrade headaches, and keep customers happy without investing in new tools. Come with questions or just be a fly on the wall in this casual online affair you won’t want to miss.

Panelists

  • Wouter de Vries, CEO and Founder of Antagonist
  • Aaron Phillips, Chief Business Officer of cPanel
  • Igor Seletskiy, CEO and Founder of CloudLinux

Moderated by JR Miller, cPanel

RSVP HERE

If you cannot attend live, register to get the recording after the event.

 

Want to know more about Elastic Sites? Check out a few of the resources below!

JR

JR Miller is a Copywriter and Social Media Marketer. A trained wordsmith and a prolific idea guy, he spends his time developing the voice, tone, and messaging for cPanel.

  • Scott Neader

    I’m looking forward to this. The Elastic Sites website doesn’t actually say what an “Elastic Site” is, so I’m hoping the fireside chat discloses what it is. Is it a product or service we buy from cPanel or CloudLinux? Is it a way of thinking? Really have no idea…