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BusinessPower.com offers a Hosting service that provides your
organization with a secure 24-hour interactive presence and a 99.99%
uptime service level guarantee. The service features a unique
architecture with servers that are redundantly connected via
high-speed lines to BusinessPower.com's
backbone. We have designed a unique Web hosting environment that is
divided into several application functions:
Each application operates on separate servers that are
optimized for performance measurements unique to that application.
(Other Web hosting providers place your site on one centralized server,
which creates a potential single point of failure). We implement backup
services to ensure your content is protected, and we provide you with
your own domain name, monthly traffic reports, and the ability to write
your own CGI scripts. BusinessPower.com also provides service level
guarantees that your business Web site will be up and running every hour
of the day, every day of the year.
World-Class Network Operations and Support
BusinessPower.com Network Operations Center monitors our
network 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Field Service teams provide
on-site service and solutions, anytime and anywhere. Our Customer
Support Group provides telephone and e-mail consultation during business
hours to solve problems or improve network performance. Direct and
Redundant Network Access BusinessPower.com servers are directly and
redundantly connected to the internet via 100 Mbps Ethernet connections
to provide fail-safe circuits and to optimize speed to your Web site.
BusinessPower.com Offers a Full Range of Hosting Servises
BusinessPower.com eCommerce: A complete, integrated,
and secure electronic commerce hosting solution for businesses to
market and sell around the clock seven days a week. BusinessPower.com
Multimedia: Options that present your content in cutting edge
environments. BusinessPower.com Web Site Design. A complete turnkey
alternative to creating and updating your own Web site in-house.
Web site requests are initially routed through one of
our redundant carrier-class Cisco routers, Cisco Catalyst, and then to
the primary BIG/ip3. The primary load balancer checks each of the Web
servers to determine which machine has the least amount of traffic on
it, and then routes the Web request to that server. Once the traffic is
on the Web server, the server checks to see if the site is held in the
cache of that machine. If it is not, the content will be pulled from
the data servers. If a Web server should fail, the load balancers will
detect this and route traffic to another server. If a data server
fails, the Web servers will pull the content from another data server.
The data servers are fully mirrored so no content will be lost. The
load balancers, Cisco Catalysts, and Cisco routers also are fully
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