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30 days
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PHP, Ruby on Rails, Perl, Python
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Superb Internet

Superb.NET is a wholly owned division of Superb Internet Corporation, a world-class, award-winning web hosting company founded in 1996. Ever since then, Superb Internet has been consistently rated as one of the very best web hosts by all web host rating agencies, such as Web Hosting Magazine. These awards have been in all areas, especially customer support and reseller services. As the hosting division of Superb Internet; Superb.NET provides a complete range of managed web hosting services, from virtual hosting through to high-volume, mission-critical dedicated service solutions. At the core of Superb.NET is a focus approach to customer service and continuous service improvement, as a part of its commitment to staying "Ahead of the Rest®”
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Superb Hosting
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SuperbHosting.Net is a wholly owned division of Superb Internet Corporation, a world-class, award-winning web hosting company founded in 1996. Since 1996, Superb Internet has been consistently rated as one of the very best web hosts by all web host rating agencies, such as Web Hosting Magazine, in all areas, especially customer support and reseller services. As the hosting division of Superb Internet; SuperbHosting provides a complete range of managed web hosting services, from virtual hosting through to high-volume, mission-critical dedicated service solutions. SuperbHosting's core focus is customer service, and continuous service improvement, as a part of its commitment to staying "Ahead of the Rest."®
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$1 - 10M ($5,000,000 estimated) Ranked 27 at HostMonk
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25 - 100 (50 estimated) Ranked 23 at HostMonk
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superbservers.net, superbhosting.net, whosea.org, superbenterprise.net, superbservers.com, daintytime.com, deerfieldenterprises.com, aabga.org, islamicnsg.com, 121-worms-live-fishing-bait.com, deimospg.com, waterfordva.org, versacad.com, nova-cs.com, ockanickon.org, chamalu.com, illinoisbirds.org, proactiv-us.com, dohaiss.com, superbhosting.com, superbblog.com, thewaldorfschool.org, foodonaplate.com, planetadeluz.com, rhacademy.org, dcsail.org
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Dedicated server, Web hosting
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Credit card, PayPal
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37 contacts at Jigsaw
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About Us

We are a world-class web hosting company founded in 1996. We've led the industry ever since, because our top priority is meeting the needs of our customers. Most customers who come on board, never look back. Some may leave temporarily to try the competition, seeking lower price-points or taking advantage of short-term promotions, but in almost every case, they come back to Superb. Why? For the sake of quality: our reliable service, reliable network, and reliable solutions.

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3,776 (Compete.com) Ranked 58 at HostMonk
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1.974 Seconds, 67% of the sites are faster Ranked 55 at HostMonk
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Opportunities, Partners Programs, Amazon Associates Program
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superbinternet (8502 followers)
"Your #1 web host since 1996 - w/ Data Centers across the US - Dedicated Servers, Managed Hosting, Shared Web Hosting, Domains!"
Ranked 8 at HostMonk
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999 Bishop St. #1850, Honolulu, HI 96813-4457, USA
999 Bishop St. #1850, Honolulu, HI 96813-4457, USA
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Blog posts
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Top Five Benefits of VPS Hosting Over Shared and Dedicated Hosting
Jul 11, 2014
In our last blog we talked up the many benefits of hosting your website in the cloud. Cloud hosting is perfect for the needs of a great number of organizations. But in the world of data, one size does not fit all. For some, virtual private servers (VPS) are a better choice. VPS allows you to have dedicated resources and customizable software for less money than you’d pay for dedicated servers. How is that possible? This option involves the creation of custom server partitions that meet the customer’s hardware resources and software customization needs. The virtual machines give the user a choice of operating system along with guaranteed resources, which means it’s an attractive choice for anyone looking to move up from shared hosting. With VPS, you get everything you’d get from a dedicated server – you just get it cheaper. At Superb, our VPS solutions guarantee your performance levels for processing power, memory and bandwidth and hand you the freedom to run more resource-intensive apps than you would be able to with shared hosting. You’ll also be able to reboot and reinstall the OS from the convenience of your own control panel, and you can adjust your plan whenever...
The Top 10 Reasons Why Your Website Should Be on the Cloud
Jul 09, 2014
Remember back in the day when website cloud hosting was some crazy, scary, futuristic concept that you couldn’t possibly imagine your website turning to? Yeah, well, those days are long since passed. Today, the cloud is a viable option for a website hosting solution. In fact, in many cases it’s much more than just viable – it’s ideal. Yes, you could go with shared hosting, virtual private server (VPS) hosting or dedicated hosting, but the cloud has a number of excellent advantages that makes it superior. What are they? So glad you asked. Performance When your site is up in the cloud it gets its very own server, meaning there is basically zero competition for resources. Compare this to shared hosting, in which your customers often suffer from performance issues that are caused by, well, sharing. Since there are multiple users on the same server, everyone has to fight for resources. This is particularly problematic if someone else sharing your server is a major resource hog. Websites with heavy traffic flow have more requests coming in, which means the system is under heavier strain, and there are fewer resources for everyone to share. The worst part about this is that...
Say Hello to Google’s Little Cloud Friend: DataFlow
Jul 07, 2014
If you’re plugged into the tech industry at all – and we’ll just go ahead and assume that you are if you’re one of the wonderful readers of our data-centric blog here – then you probably followed Google I/O 2014 the other week. In case you don’t have any idea what we’re talking about, though, now that Google I/O is the yearly conference focused on developers that the search giant holds in San Francisco. There was a lot of talk about Android, Google Play and wearables. There were also two entirely separate and seemingly unconnected protests – one against Google’s alleged building of killer artificial intelligence and the other targeting a Mountain View executive evicting tenants from some property he owns. If you want to hear more about any of that stuff, well, you can go to the source and Google it. If, however, you want to know what the big takeaways were about cloud hosting, then read on. It’s true that the vast majority of the I/O conference was dominated by consumer-targeted technology. We heard about ways Android will be better, ways Android will interact with your car better, ways Android will work better with your Chromebook and ways...
How Instagram Moved from Amazon’s Cloud to Facebook’s Data Centers
Jul 04, 2014
Where did all of your pictures go? They’re not where they used to be. Did you notice? You may not have – many people didn’t – and that was the idea. But your Instagram photos have indeed moved. All of them. Yes, every last one of your Instagram photos was relocated during the spring from Amazon Web Services’ public Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) over to Facebook’s data centers (DCs), Instagram recently revealed. We talk a lot around here about all of the many, many, many reasons organizations should move their data up into the cloud, but every once in a while there’s a case in which there is a good reason to go the other way. This is one of those cases. Back in 2012 Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg intimated that Instagram would eventually take advantage of Facebook’s incredible infrastructure. “We will try to help Instagram continue to grow by using Facebook’s strong engineering team and infrastructure,” Zuckerberg said at the time. Many took that to mean that Instagram data would eventually be pulled from Amazon’s DCs and placed in Facebook’s, and they were right. It only made sense, of course. Facebook didn’t want to continue rolling along as...
How to Save Money When Using Colocation Services
Jul 02, 2014
The weather around here has been particularly cloudy lately, hasn’t it? Well, there are a lot of great and interesting things to be said about the cloud, and we know that many of you are looking to hear about it from every angle possible, so that’s what we’ve kind of been focusing on lately. But enough is enough already, right? Well, for now it is. We’ll wrap back around to the cloud later, but right now let’s change things up – let’s talk colocation. If you’re a web-based business that already owns its own servers then you’re in great shape. But if you’ve dropped a nice little chunk of cash on high-tech servers to store all of your data on you probably don’t want to shove them into some dusty old room somewhere. Actually, scratch that. You definitely don’t want to do that. Trust us. There’s also a good chance that you don’t want to spend ludicrous amounts of money constructing a brand new state-of-the-art server facility. You do, however, want to store your servers in such a place. The solution? Choose colocation. Colo gets your very own servers – or ones you decided to lease – stored in a...
Is a Cloud Revolution on the Way?
Jun 30, 2014
So you say you want a revolution? Well, you may just be in luck. It’s about time too, isn’t it? This whole idea of cloud computing has been kicking around since the 1950s. “But, Superb, I thought the cloud was new and cool and cutting edge?” Hey, you’re not wrong, so don’t fret. Cloud hosting as we know it today is believed to have only started to gain popularity in 2006 when Amazon announced something called “Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud.” Elastic Cloud Compute is described as “a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the cloud.” It was drawn up to make it possible for web-scale computing to be easy for developers, which surely sounds nice to all of our dev readers out there. The service made it possible to perform computing in the cloud by making it possible to acquire and configure capacity with little friction. Users were handed complete control of their computing resources and permitted to run them on Amazon’s computing environment. Capacity scaling became a cinch thanks to the ability to obtain and boot new server instances in mere minutes. With users relying on servers in a remote facility to scale up and down at...
Thinking About ERP? Think About the Cloud First
Jun 27, 2014
Erp. Oh, excuse us there. Wait a minute, actually. Don’t excuse us. What we’re really trying to say is ERP (enterprise resource planning). Yes, today we’re blogging about business management software for collecting, storing, managing and interpreting data for business-related activities. Considering that data hosting is in our blood, the topic is pretty near and dear to our hearts. Anyway, if you’re thinking ERP you might be tempted to turn your attention towards server and storage specs before anything else. Big mistake. Huge. At least, it’s a big mistake to start there. You should be starting by taking a look up at the cloud, even if you’re planning to rely on in-house ERP. Unless, that is, you really, really, really enjoy wasting money on a whole bunch of server hardware that you don’t really need to own. The cloud can save you big by allowing you to simply rent space at a data center rather than turning half of your building into your very own – and very expensive – data center. “Come on, Superb. There are legitimate reasons for some enterprises to have on-premises servers.” OK, we hear you, and you’re right. You caught us white-handed – because clouds...
The Future of Data Centers and the Internet of Things: Part II
Jun 25, 2014
If you like things and the internet – and really, who doesn’t? – then you’ll want to take a few moments out of your day to check out part one of our two-part look at the Internet of Things (IoT) and its potential effect on the future of data centers (DCs). The concept of IoT has been around for several decades, quietly growing stronger without any outside of the information technology world giving it more than a passing thought. In fact, many outside of the IT business aren’t even aware that the Internet of Things is, well, a thing. And maybe that’s the magic of it. Without anyone really noticing, more than a billion objects that aren’t dedicated computing devices have joined the IoT. Give it another four years, as we noted in the first part of this blog series, and the Internet of Things will consist of billions more items – including people and animals. Sure, some might notice that the family pet can now be chipped for tracking purposes should he/she run away. But most laymen haven’t bothered to stop and consider that virtually everything is being computerized and connected to one another. What that means is that...
The Future of Data Centers and the Internet of Things: Part I
Jun 23, 2014
Hey, take a look over there in the distance. No, no, not quite that far into the distance. Back it up a little bit, but still keep it just over the horizon. Yeah, that’s the spot. Do you see it? Do you know what it is? It’s the (not-so-distant) future of the data center (DC) industry. Now, we know it may initially look intimidating to some. It may not be the future everyone once imagined. It may not even be the future everyone is imagining right now. But it is indeed the future, which means that it is coming whether you like it or not. Since this is the tech industry we’re talking about here, then you’re probably excited for it. After all, anyone in this business who isn’t always looking towards the future is in the wrong line of work. Anyways, let’s get back to the actual future of data centers. It’s probably going to involve things. Lots and lots of things. Does that sound like a terrible joke? It’s not. It’s not a good joke, either. In fact, it’s not a joke at all. The Internet of Things (IoT) is likely going to play a major role in...
Is FedRAMP Successfully Bringing the Government into the Cloud? Part IV
Jun 20, 2014
In our last blog we discussed the coming and going of the FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program) June 5 compliancy deadline for federal government agencies and CSPs (cloud service providers) who wish to secure contracts to store government data in their cloud data centers. As we have discussed in detail starting right here with our first post on the subject, FedRAMP was designed to standardize the process of getting federal government agency data into the cloud securely. And then keep the data secure every day. In some ways it has worked. It has established a set of rules and requirements for third-party organizations (3PAOs) to get approval to certify CSPs as FedRAMP-compliant. It has also streamlined the CSP selection process for agencies and made clear to everyone what the security requirements are for government data stored in private providers’ cloud servers. The result is around a dozen CSPs offering a multitude of different cloud service packages to agencies. However, while some have gotten onboard with FedRAMP and achieved compliancy as of the deadline hitting earlier this month, many agencies have not done so. Despite this, no penalties are currently being handed down to agencies who have failed to...
Is FedRAMP Successfully Bringing the Government into the Cloud? Part III
Jun 18, 2014
June 5 is behind us now. It came and went, and you may not have even noticed. At least, you may not have noticed its coming and going any more than you do any other day of the year. But if cloud hosting and/or government data security are things that are at all important to you, then maybe you should have taken note of this particular day’s passing. If you’ve been following our series of blog posts on the subject of FedRAMP (Federal Risk Authorization Management Program) starting with this one right here explaining in-depth what the program is and how it is designed to help streamline government cloud provider selection, then you should already have an idea as to what the significance of June 5 was. That’s right – it was the deadline for United States federal government agencies and companies known as CSPs (cloud service providers) to achieve compliance with FedRAMP. The date came some three years after the government’s former CIO, Vivek Kundra, introduced his Cloud First initiative. Kundra wrote the policy to put rules in place that required the government’s many, many, many agencies to think about deploying applications through the cloud prior to considering other...
Is FedRAMP Successfully Bringing the Government into the Cloud? Part II
Jun 16, 2014
On Wednesday we promised you more coverage of FedRAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program). And so, here we are with the aforementioned promised coverage. You didn’t think we’d go and break our promise now, did you? We’d never do something like that. We keep our promises; that’s just the kind of cloud data center hosting company we are. Anyways, you’ll remember from our previous blog post on the matter that FedRAMP is a program that was first envisioned by the government a few years back as a way to streamline the process of federal government agencies moving into the cloud. Since agencies have to operate under strict rules and regulations – many of which are unique to the many individual agencies – to secure their data, convincing them to put their data on cloud servers has been a difficult undertaking for the federal government. So while private and public organizations of all sizes have been flying into the clouds faster than Maverick and Goose in Top Gun, the U.S. government has been staying mostly grounded. FedRAMP aims to change all of that by simplifying and standardizing the processes for assessing risks, mitigating them and ensuring that agency data will...
Is FedRAMP Successfully Bringing the Government into the Cloud? Part I
Jun 13, 2014
Let’s talk about one of everyone’s favorite topics: the federal government and all of the data it’s collecting and storing about you and each and every one of the rest of us. OK, so maybe “favorite” isn’t exactly the best word to describe this subject, as the NSA’s PRISM initiative has sort of made this whole thing something most people only love to hate. In any case, the U.S. government has lots and lots and lots of data. Every government agency needs to store data of some sort on U.S. citizens, just as every business needs to store data on its customers and prospects. There are a plethora of government agencies and branches and even more subdivisions and departments and so on and so forth. Each and every one of them has loads of data, and just like businesses, they’re increasingly looking to store it in cloud data centers. Since it’s the federal government we’re talking about here, much of the data in question needs to be highly secure. The government has an astounding amount of personal and financial data on each and every one of us, and none of us want that data getting into the wrong hands. We’ve...
Protecting Your Data in the Cloud Part II
Jun 11, 2014
On Monday we explored a little bit about what it means to have your data stored in a cloud data center. Specifically, we took a look at accessing your data while it’s floating around up there in the clouds and what you should do and look for to keep it safe. The key part of that statement, of course, is “you.” If you’re not going to concern yourself with your organization’s data and how it’s protected from unauthorized intruders, then who will? Yes, when you partner with a cloud data center host to store, manage and maintain your data your assumption is probably going to be that the data center (DC) staff is going to do everything necessary to keep your data safe and sound. And it’s true that a good DC provider is indeed going to do just that. But you shouldn’t just assume that every DC option you have is a good one. As we mentioned Monday, there are a number of things you need to look into and questions you need to ask in order to determine just how safe your data will be at any given center. Doing so is a great start to ensuring data...
Protecting Your Data in the Cloud Part I
Jun 09, 2014
So you’re going to put your data in the cloud at a trusted data center? That’s exciting news! You’re going to save money on internal server operators, physical equipment and more – not to mention that you’re going to free up all kinds of space at your office for pretty much whatever you need to put there. That means everything is just super for your business now (superb, even). Oh, but what about security? Is all of your data going to be safe and sound when it’s floating around up there in the cloud? There’s a good chance that if you’re a business of any sort that at least a portion of your data is what you would consider “sensitive.” Maybe it’s personal or financial customer information. Maybe it’s trade secrets. Or maybe it’s just private internal data that nobody outside of your company has any business looking at. It certainly can be kept safe, but don’t just assume that it will be. There’s an old saying that when you assume you make a certain unpleasant something out of you and me. So don’t do that. Instead, read on to find out how your data can and should be protected...
Data Center News: HP and SAP Release the Kraken
Jun 06, 2014
Get your meme generators ready, data center world, because the cat has officially been let out of the bag kraken has officially been released. HP – with or without the express written permission of Zeus and Liam Neeson – has announced a joint innovation with SAP codenamed “Project Kraken.” All joking aside, the project is said to be designed to boost business processing power and lower customer hazard levels. In more specific terms, Project Kraken (aka ConvergedSystem 900) is an infrastructure solution for SAP’s Hana, an in-memory cloud computing system with the goal of coalescing database and application platform competencies for spatial and predictive processing, text analysis, analytics and transactions. HP has been working with SAP on this HANA hardware collaboration since 2013, and Hewlett-Packard has been expanding its HANA-related services for some time now, and this is its latest foray into it. A cloud delivery model for HANA along with a number of consulting and support plans were announced alongside the converged system. “Businesses are adopting SAP HANA to make real-time business decisions based on massive data sets, but are often constrained by their infrastructure’s scalability and availability,” Converged Systems, HP Senior Vice President and General Manager Tom Joyce...
What Are the Next Big Data Storage Trends?
Jun 04, 2014
Forget the speed of light. Nothing moves faster than the speed of tech, and things are no different for the data storage subsection of the tech industry. A trend has been building for decades, and it’s not going to stop; it’s only going to build further. So what’s this big trend? Simple: the amount of data out there is growing ever larger. There isn’t ever going to be fewer cars on the road on your daily commute to and from the office, only more. And there isn’t ever going to be less data to be stored, managed and accessed, only more. So then, what exactly are we going to do with all of that data? We’re glad you asked, because we’ve collected what we believe to be some of the biggest upcoming trends for data storage. You’ll have more data tomorrow than you have today, so it’s time to inform yourself on what may happen to it moving forward. Hybrid Clouds for Enterprise IT This is possibly the most important thing to remember about the future of data storage, so let’s get it out of the way right at the start instead of making you wait until the end to...
The (Possible) Future of Energy Efficient Data Centers
Jun 04, 2014
Nothing stands still in the tech world. At least, not without being whizzed right by and forgotten in short order, that is. The data center slice of the tech world is no exception to that rule, and today in our blog we’re taking a look at how the owner of some of the world’s largest data centers is attempting to push the business forward by making it more efficient than ever before. Who’s the data owner in question? We’ll give you a few hints: they’re big fans of bright colors; they’re pretty darn efficient at helping you find what you’re looking for (maybe they even helped you find this very blog post); they recently changed their logo so furtively that most of the world didn’t even notice; and they love a good mountain view. Yes, we’re talking about the titan of search, Google. Google describes itself as being “obsessed with saving energy” (Us too!) and prides itself on its history of continually iterating on data center efficiency over the last decade to ensure that its data is stored, monitored, managed, accessed and scaled with maximum energy savings in mind. The search giant’s VP of Data Centers, Joe Kava, recently spoke...
Hallmarks of a Colocation Center Provider You Can Trust: Part III
Jun 03, 2014
If you’ve been keeping up with our blog lately then you caught the first two parts of our look at how to choose a greatcolocation hosting provider. If you haven’t, not to worry – this is the internet, so the first two parts of this series haven’t gone anywhere. Read up on Part I and Part 2 for an exhaustive look at why you need to consider pricing, service levels and a host (admittedly awful pun intended) of other provider services and capabilities before choosing a data center that works best for your business and its needs and goals. Once you’ve read up on those key points and checked with potential colo hosting providers as to how they stack up in those areas, you might think you’re ready to make your choice. That’s great if you are, but there’s one more thing to consider: what is their actual facility like? We hear what you’re saying: “But Superb, didn’t you already tell me to read up and ask around about facility conditions and capabilities?” Yes, indeed we did, and we’re happy to know you’ve been paying attention to our suggestions and taking them seriously. As you should be, since they were...
Hallmarks of a Colocation Center Provider You Can Trust: Part II
Jun 03, 2014
In case you missed it, we recently ran a blog listing some of the most important attributes for you to look for in your colocation data center provider. We started by taking a deeper look at what exactly colocation is, and why it could be of benefit to you. If you missed it, definitely hop on over and check that blog out first, because it’s a great starting point for anyone considering colocation. If you’re still reading at this point, we’ll assume that you’ve read that blog post by now. So, that means it’s time to pick up where we left off and detail some of the other important factors to consider when thinking about colo. Read on for the good stuff. Pricing Here’s one that sounds obvious, right? We can hear you saying, “Of course I’m going to consider pricing of anything before I buy it.” Fair enough, dear reader. Spending less money always looks better on the bottom line than spending more money. But there’s more to business than playing not to lose, you have to spend money to make money and other such clichés. Now then, let’s put aside rock bottom pricing and take a look at...
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