28 Mar '18, 3pm

GoDaddy chooses Amazon AWS

Many people blame website problems on GoDaddy’s constantly aging infrastructure. Moving to AWS eliminates the need to manage this infrastructure and also gives the company’s hosting plans the credibility of being on the market-leading cloud provider. I often hear people blame GoDaddy and its aging infrastructure for website problems. Once hosting is on AWS, the underlying infrastructure shouldn’t be an issue. (Of course, there’s a management layer on top of it.)

Full article: https://domainnamewire.com/2018/03/28/godaddy-chooses-ama...

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