Top Tier Tech Shop Launches High-Performance Web Hosting Platform "HeartyHosting"

Boyle Software launches HeartyHosting for high-traffic websites.

Jan 26, 2016, 08:00 ET from Boyle Software

NEW YORK, Jan. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- HeartyHosting is a customized set of cloud computing services that have been optimized within the Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure to improve performance and lower hosting costs for high-traffic websites.

High-traffic websites, such as RadarOnline with millions of visitors, have a particular set of challenges, including performance, scalability, uptime, maintenance and cost management. By using AWS in combination with other custom technologies, HeartyHosting provides a flexible, scalable and efficient hosting platform that is easily implemented for any web application on any platform or Content Management System (CMS).

In addition, HeartyHosting offers this high-performance cloud computing package at a fraction of traditional hosting costs. In many cases, the cost savings are as high as 90%.

Each HeartyHosting customer has a unique hosting configuration that combines advanced cache management, failover instances, and application monitoring to provide instant auto-scalability to handle peak web traffic demands. At other times, HeartyHosting dynamically minimizes the AWS footprint to reduce overhead costs.

Brian Kroski, Chief Digital Officer at American Media, says, "HeartyHosting has been great for us! It saves us money, has scaled reliably and with no effort on our part, keeping up with our exponential traffic growth. It really allows us to concentrate on our content and editorial jobs without having to worry about the underlying technology nuts and bolts."

HeartyHosting is now available to everyone interested in better, less expensive hosting.

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HeartyHosting is a service of Boyle Software. Boyle Software provides custom software development to a wide range of customers, including media & entertainment, financial services, pharmaceuticals, universities, non-profits and governments.

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Dan Boyle            


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