we have been hosting our Magento 1 site for ten years with Nexcess. Their support has gone down the drain since they joined Liquidweb. We are soon to attempt migration to Magento 2 and would much prefer not to continue with them. Where would you host your Magento store? We need 50 or more GB of storage, 200GB+ auf Bandwidth, 32GB of ram we receive about 40K visitors per month, around 1.5million hits. 2 domains/websites, IP based county redirects. Currently using nexcess' M-SIP-300 plan for close to 300 USD per month. We use their CDN as well. What reliable hosting sporting a good responsive customer support would you recommend?

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For Magento sites, you should go for Magento Managed Cloud Hosting would be the best option.

It will help you in managing the multiple hosting problems that you may face:

  • So, with Managed Hosting is like having your own IT team but at a comparatively affordable fee.
  • What happens in managed hosting is that you hire a web hosting services providing company that takes the entire responsibility of security, maintenance, and management of your server.

One of the providers you may consider is Cloiudways.

  • Yep, I arrived at this conclusion after spending some time searching and reading. We choose aspiration hosting and we'll see how this works out for us.
    – Sparc
    Nov 25, 2022 at 17:38
  • That's great @Sparc it's great to know that you comes up with a solution. Would be great if you share some valuable information with some key points that you want to highlight for future audiences with the solution that you choose. Nov 28, 2022 at 15:02

I suggest you should use Magento Cloud its the best for the Magento Sites.

  • Yes, I am gravitating towards managed cloud hosting or similar. Can you recommend a provider and what is your experience?
    – Sparc
    Nov 19, 2022 at 3:09
  • I rely on the Magento cloud or Ecritel. But I will prefer you to go Magento cloud.
    – Rana Zain
    Nov 20, 2022 at 14:28

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