Choose and order a Hypernode
You’re only a few steps away from improving your Magento hosting solution. This article wil help you choose the most fitting hosting plan and explains how to order a Hypernode from webhosting company Byte.
Already made your choice? Order a Hypernode and get started!
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What Hypernode plans are there?
At the moment only Dutch hosting provider Byte offers Hypernode hosting plans. Depending on your shop’s wants and needs, Byte offers different Hypernode hosting plans for Magento shops:
- Professional (and up)
- Excellence (and up)
Each production plan has a development equivalent. A development plan is cheaper and therefore recommended when developing and testing shops before going live. A development plan can easily be upgraded to a production plan.
Small shops with few products or start-ups will do nicely with a Magento Start of Magento Grow plan. Bigger shops with 4000 to 30.000 visitors a day will need at least a Hypernode Professional plan. Big, high end Magento shops with a lot of (unique) visitors a day and products need a lot of CPU and data storage, so a Magento Excellence plan is just what they need.
A complete overview (in Dutch) can be found on Byte’s website.
Which Hypernode plan do I need?
Depending on your needs. Naturally you’ll need enough disk space for your shop, as well as enough CPU to make sure your shops stays fast during peak hours.
If your shop generates a lot of traffic but is small in size, it’s better to choose a Hypernode plan that can handle said traffic easily. Bigger hosting plans like Hypernode Professional and Excellence also offer a lot more features, such as; historical back-ups, Varnish cache and PCI compliancy (only with Excellence plans).
Not sure what to order? Do not worry about ordering the wrong plan. The contract term of Hypernode plans is only 30 days and you can up- or downgrade your plan any time you want. You only pay for what you use!
A complete overview (in Dutch) of all plans and features can be found on Byte’s website.
How can I order a Hypernode plan?
On Byte’s website you can order a Hypernode through their ordering system or get a 30-day-free-trial. When choosing a 30-day-free-trial you can test our platform and all it’s features before making a decision.
Please do keep in mind that Byte’s website, Service Panel and automatically generated e-mails are all written in Dutch. Byte’s support team will be able to answer you in English, but please understand this is based on best effort. Unfortunately we cannot rule out possible miscommunication because of a language barrier.
Booting your Hypernode in a different data center
We make use of cloud providers DigitalOcean (Hypernode Start, Grow and Professional plans) and Amazon Web Services (Magento Excellence plans). When you order a Hypernode, your node is standard booted in Amsterdam (DigitalOcean) or Frankfurt (Amazon).
However, both cloud providers have data centers all over the world and it is possible to boot a Hypernode in a different region on request. This can be desirable if you do most of your business in (for example) the USA. Simply send an email to email@example.com and let us know which data center you prefer. We will then boot a Hypernode in your preferred data center and arrange the switch.
DigitalOcean has data centers in: Amsterdam, Londen, Frankfurt, New York, San Fransisco, Toronto, Bangalore, Singapore
The location of the Amazon (AWS) data centers can be found on their website.
Tips for ordering a Hypernode
- Choose a logical name. IE: If your site is example.com, order example.hypernode.com
- Make sure you pick a node with enough diskspace for both your shop and your database.
- Don’t use environment indicators like
Without these indicators, you can easily change this node from a live to a test node without confusion or having to migrate to a server with another name.
- Select a development node first. When your Hypernode is ready to go live you can easily switch to a production node.
- Use this article to remove a Magento installation in case you want to reuse an existing Hypernode or accidentally ordered a Hypernode with a preinstalled Magento on it.