What is a StableHost cluster?
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Written by Carlos Escalante
Updated over a week ago

Traditional web hosting, though prevalent, comes with its share of challenges. In this setup, your website resides on a single server. While this might seem straightforward, it poses a significant risk. If that server encounters hardware issues, your website's performance could suffer, leading to slowdowns or, in worst-case scenarios, downtime. At StableHost, we've redefined hosting reliability with our innovative solution: StableHost clusters.

With StableHost clusters, your website operates on the frontend just as it would in traditional hosting โ€“ through the familiar cPanel interface. However, the magic happens on the backend. Instead of relying on a single server, your website is distributed across 50 different servers. This strategic setup ensures unparalleled resilience and reliability.

Here's where the brilliance of StableHost clusters shines. When any server in the cluster faces hardware issues or encounters problems, our system springs into action. Automatically and seamlessly, your website is shifted to other servers within the cluster. This process happens swiftly and efficiently, preventing any downtime or disruptions in your online presence. The result? Your website remains consistently fast and accessible to visitors, regardless of server issues.

If you're keen on understanding the technicalities of StableHost clusters, we invite you to watch our informative YouTube video. This visual guide provides a detailed walkthrough of how our clusters operate, offering you a deeper insight into the robust architecture that powers your website's reliability.

You can find the video at https://youtu.be/9IBRAetVUa8.

Presently, StableHost clusters are operational in Phoenix and Stockholm. We're committed to enhancing our service and expanding our clusters to other locations in the near future. Our goal is to ensure that the stability and resilience offered by StableHost clusters are accessible to customers worldwide.

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