how do I choose web hosting solution
Created#More Posted time:May 16, 2017 13:59 PM
Dear Alibaba Cloud!
Here I've found that first thing we need to do is to get hosting on Alibaba Cloud: https://intl.aliyun.com/help/faq-detail/43896.htm
Could you, please, advise me which solution should be chosen for our new website Khaganate.com. We want to buy hosting based on Linux and with php/my admin access in order to set up our website correctly..
Thank you in advance!
1st Reply#Posted time:May 23, 2017 13:44 PM
ICP should be done in China Region and IP, your sites don't need to do ICP because hosted in 22.214.171.124, more about ICP:
2nd Reply#Posted time:Oct 16, 2017 9:53 AM
can i ask about what data center should i pcik? hongkong or silicon valley(us)? im from ph
3rd Reply#Posted time:Dec 12, 2017 10:34 AM
spade：can i ask about what data center should i pcik? hongkong or silicon valley(us)? im from ph回到原帖The general considerations shall include (but not limited to) following: (excerpted from https://www.alibabacloud.com/blog/Deploy-Web-Apps-with-High-Availability-Fault-Tolerance-and-Load-Balancing-on-Alibaba-Cloud_p277149?spm=a3c0i.110214126.96.36.199af9456BnU3Cp )
1. The mother of all considerations – COST. Yes, the cost may vary according region. You've to do comparison!
2. Service availability in the region? It’s not uncommon that some regions provide additional services that not available in other region, you have to test to find out!
3. Main target users’ geographical location. It’s definitely better user experience if deployed application is physically closer (shorter latency!) to customer.
4. Rules & Regulation. Is legally OK for the application hosting and running in the selected region?
5. Number of Availability Zone. Occasionally, we need to improve application availability by deploying redundant application at different Zone. Since I’m based in Southeast Asia, I will be looking at the Singapore and Kuala Lumpur data centers. At the time of writing, “Asia Pacific SE 3 (Kuala Lumpur)” has only single Zone while “Asia Pacific SE 1 (Singapore)” has dual zone.