Blog November 8, 2013

St. Louis Hosting Providers- Side by Side Comparison

St. Louis is known for baseball, great beer, and the Gateway Arch, but recently it has also earned the national spotlight for to its rapidly growing technology sector. Locally owned managed hosting and cloud hosting providers are no exception and continue to expand as well. We took a look at 4 of the top companies and compared them side-by-side on things such as services offered, operating system supported and company size. All providers offer basic dedicated and cloud hosting services, but levels of flexibility and technologies supported highly vary.

If you are looking to outsource your data center or IT needs, but want to help support the local economy this chart is for you!

St. Louis Managed Hosting

*Information was gathered from company websites and press releases. If you represent one of the cloud providers listed and would like to update any of the fields above, we would be happy to do so. After all, we have to abide by our
No Jerks Allowed policy.

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