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Recommend a platform/hosting to have multiple sites/domains?

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Recommend a platform/hosting to have multiple sites/domains?

Hi all,

I'm looking for a provider where I can host multiple domains and create sites and scale them as needs grow. I've seen many come with CP software and wordPress blogginng script.

Does anyone recommend any canadian companies although it doesn't have to be in CA.

I looked at web hosting listings and the usual gatorhost bluehost comes up but i like the offering of namecheap

thanks in advance.
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Look into Microsoft Azure. It's easy to add new domains and scale up and down depending on load. Our website www.taxory.com use Azure and we are very happy with it.
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TorontoEh wrote: Hi all,

I'm looking for a provider where I can host multiple domains and create sites and scale them as needs grow. I've seen many come with CP software and wordPress blogginng script.

Does anyone recommend any canadian companies although it doesn't have to be in CA.

I looked at web hosting listings and the usual gatorhost bluehost comes up but i like the offering of namecheap

thanks in advance.
I use this Canadian company for my clients. https://directhosting.ca/business-multidomain-hosting
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majority offer unlimited domains but you need to check if you have also have unlimited mysql/mariadb setup. if they only offer 5 mysql databases, then you will only able to setup to 5 sites. Unless you don't mind sharing same database for some of the site which I don't recommend. i would start with sharing hosting and see how it goes before moving to full manage vps as well.

I'm currently using Boomhost.com (shared hosting) and MediaTemple (fully managed vps)

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