Recently, one of my clients purchased a server with FireHost.com. We’d been on the search for a new web host for some time now to serve as the infrastructure supporting upcoming web applications we have in the works. We needed a company who is well recommended, and will help us scale and scale quickly.
You pay a more for a host like this but it’s part of the investment costs you need to make if you want to be positioned well for solid growth as a business.
Anyways, the purpose of this post is NOT to discredit or gripe about yet another hosting company that fails to live up to expectations. We actually really like the setup we have at FireHost. Although getting things setup were a bit of a pain – their support has been very prompt and generally okay. No, this post is more of a fyi for folks who are in a similar situation as us. I couldn’t find any information on this subject on the nets so thought I’d post my own findings.