Sla, the world’s largest hosting company, has recently launched a new service called Progressive Web Host, which aims to offer the fastest web hosting in the world.
Progressive Web hosts are faster than other web hosts because they’re running on a custom platform called CloudFlare, which can automatically scale applications based on the speed of their traffic.
This means that they are able to serve content at the speed it would take for a normal web host to run their site.
Sla said that it has made the leap from its existing hosting platform to the new service, and said that the new offering has a number of advantages over its previous offerings.
The most obvious one is that Progressive web hosts are cheaper than their predecessors. It costs €9 per month to run a single instance of Progressive, compared to €25 per month for the cheapest hosted version.
However, Progressive also offers additional benefits.
It has an integrated application that allows users to add multiple web hosts to their local area network.
Sla said this feature can reduce latency between a host and its users, and reduce the number of times a server has to wait for a request to complete.
Progression also has support for automatic upgrades, which means that if a web host loses its current server, it will automatically upgrade to the newest server.
Slab said that its Progressive service also allows users the option to connect to multiple servers, and it can even automatically route requests through multiple servers.
The Progressive website also has a built-in DNS server, and Sla says that the company has also added support for the “DNS for Everyone” service, which allows web hosts and companies to add custom DNS servers to their servers.
There are also plans for a Progressive API, which will let developers add additional features to the platform, such as auto-scaling applications based off users usage.
Slack, the social media platform, announced in March that it had entered into a partnership with Sla.
This deal gives Slack the ability to use Progressive’s DNS server to handle its own requests.
Slashdot, the online news site, is also taking the move to Progressive.
This is a huge deal for Slashdot, which is currently hosted by Amazon, a major player in the hosting market.
Slacks new hosting platform also has several other perks, including an automated update service, cloud-hosted databases, and an integrated chat service.
Slap.net, the internet content aggregator, announced that it will also be using Progressive in the coming months.