SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the Web Hosting industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 2 VC funded SaaS startups in the Web Hosting industry.
In order to give businesses and agencies a platform for hosting safe, scalable WordPress sites without the complexities of conventional cloud providers, Convesio was established in 2018. Design companies struggle to obtain scalable, high performance hosting since traditional hosting has not developed to accommodate the most recent technology. Cloud infrastructures are expensive, sophisticated, and out of the price range of the majority of agencies. We had to completely reimagine hosting in order to address these issues, making use of the most recent tools, infrastructure, and development techniques. A multi-tiered system design that scales appropriately at each layer of the system and eliminates any single points of failure related to WordPress is the end result. Convesio websites operate better than those hosted by conventional companies, which lowers the number of customer complaints. We provide a high availability, secure, and scalable platform for client websites as well as optimized procedures for agencies, simplifying complex hosting operations. Finally, we provide agencies the ability to stand out from the competition and leverage hosting as a genuine selling point while increasing hosting income.
By overlaying software for performance, security, availability, and compliance atop a distributed global network that takes use of the cloud, automation, machine learning, and DevOps protocols to meet the demands of expanding companies, Webscale is powering contemporary commerce. Webscale streamlines the deployment and ongoing maintenance of storefronts, including headless and progressive web application infrastructure, across any self-hosted or fully hosted commerce cloud, with use cases spanning a number of e-commerce platforms and architectures. Webscale is used to power Fortune 1000 brands like Dollar General, Unilever, Swarovski, Olympus, Regal Cinemas, and thousands of other B2C, B2B, and B2E e-commerce storefronts across 12 countries. It is deployed in multi-cloud environments including Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, and Microsoft Azure. Bangalore, India, San Antonio, Texas, Boulder, Colorado, and London, UK are among the locations where Webscale has offices. Brands owned by Webscale Networks, Inc. include Webscale, CloudEDGE, and Webscale STRATUS. Visit the website at www.webscale.com for further details. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.