The type of hosting needed largely depends on the website technology in use and the amount of traffic that is expected.
BridgeSense.com provides and manages dedicated servers, virtual private servers and shared hosting spaces. There is room for each of these technologies.
Front End Development
There are two parts of the development cycle mentioned quite a bit. Front end development includes artwork, written content, and template design. More often we find that much of the project that was considered backend development is being offloaded to front end teams. This delivers a more dynamic experience to website browsers. It also gives us more versatility to produce complex software for the Internet. Since this is the interface visitors of your site will interact with, keeping up with the latest technologies they are using is important.
Back End Development
The back end development team is concerned about performance, planning the framework and security features that drive front end development. How are the chosen technologies going to run? Will there need to be a database? How fast will it grow? From what locations will the website be accessed most? A relational database or non-relational, or a bit of both – that is the question. Responsive, dynamic and data driven – your site needs to keep up with your business!
Website and Database Migrations
Generally the first thing we consider when dealing with a lethargic site is what equipment needs to be upgraded. Before updating web technology that is addressing a bottleneck, the host provider’s equipment has to be able to handle it. Making those changes all at once may not be the best solution for your business or the bottom line. We can help you wade through the technology you are currently using so that any limitations are clearly presented. Then we devise the best approach for handling your unique situation.
Is it time to build the bridge between your website and wearable technologies? There’s so much data out there and fascinating ways to apply it! To that end we provide Android and iOS application development.
One of the limitations of cellular based services is location. Internet service may not be available in the field or during a disaster when access to your data is vital. SituGlobal is a wonderful case study of one of our clients that wanted to address that issue by utilizing several civilian-based satellite services. The integration of mobile services into web technology was inevitable, and the possibilities we have today are exciting!