Public Cloud Hosting Providers

Steamhaus is all about finding the most appropriate hosting for your needs. That's why we've taken a completely different approach to a 'traditional' hosting company. Instead we offer a multitude of cloud hosting offerings, including a number of large-scale public cloud providers, as well as our own SteamCloud platform.

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Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a comprehensive, evolving cloud computing platform provided by Web services are sometimes called cloud services or remote computing services. The first AWS offerings were launched in 2006 to provide online services for websites and client-side applications.

To minimize the impact of outages and ensure robustness of the system, AWS is geographically diversified into regions. These regions have central hubs in the Eastern USA, Western USA (two locations), Brazil, Ireland, Frankfurt, Singapore, Japan, and Australia. Each region comprises multiple smaller geographic areas called availability zones.

By harnessing the full features of AWS, powerful cloud solutions can be built without the capital expense of buying any of the underlying infrastructure that would historically have been required.

Steamhaus is an AWS Certified Consulting Partner.

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Google Cloud Platform is a cloud computing platform by Google that offers hosting on the same supporting infrastructure that Google uses internally for end-user products like Google Search and YouTube

The cloud Cloud Platform provides developer products to build a range of programs from simple websites to complex applications.

It’s built on the same infrastructure that allows Google to return billions of search results in milliseconds, serve 6 billion hours of YouTube video per month and provide storage for 425 million Gmail users.

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Why does a provider-independent cloud consultancy have its own hosting platform?

We’ve recognised that some sites or applications don’t need the full feature-set and instant scalability of large-scale public clouds such as AWS or Google Cloud.

It’s for those whose apps aren’t designed for the architecture of a large-scale cloud provider, but need to have high availability handled by the underlying hosting platform.

For others, the unpredictability of hourly resource billing and per-GB bandwidth billing mean that a public cloud is unsuitable.

Finally, some would prefer their data to be hosted in a Manchester-based datacentre.

So that’s why we created SteamCloud.

Find out more about SteamCloud.