We chart the history of the web hosting industry from the birth of the World Wide Web in , past Tibus being founded in to the present day. Web hosting is something of a new industry. Obviously, there was no need for web hosting at all prior to the birth of the internet and still no great need for web hosting until companies and individuals started to build or have people build for them websites. These developments increased the number of people using the internet and the level of commercial activity conducted via the internet, which in turn created the need for web hosting services. Prior to that, you had needed your own server or computer in order to host a website. In , there were 16 millions internet users around the world 0. By , the figure had reach 3. The first time web hosting came to the attention of anything beyond a very niche audience was probably with the launch of GeoCities in
Configure a data store
Product Features and Descriptions
Configure a relational and tile cache data store with one of your federated GIS Server sites and set that site as the hosting server for your ArcGIS Enterprise portal to allow members to do the following:. At a minimum, you must configure the hosting server to store hosted feature layer data. When users publish hosted feature layers to your portal, the data is copied to the relational data store. When users publish hosted scene layers, the scene caches are created in the tile cache data store. Tile cache data store—Stores caches for your portal's hosted scene layers.
Features Not Included
Storage For more info, see Product Number: Object Storage For more info, see Product Number: New Server Request. Add Application to Existing Server. Add CPU Request. Remove CPU Request. Remove a Server from Service. Request NAS Storage.
DIT provides managed and un-managed hosting solutions for NC government agencies, local and county governments, and community colleges. For DIT-managed solutions, the hosting team provides a complete managed service from the OS-level down whether the system is physical or virtual. Virtual solutions offer more flexibility with respect to turn-around time on the initial creation and more flexibility in the event of an underlying hardware issue by allowing movement of the virtual system to other hardware to provide almost continuous service. DIT recognizes that some application scenarios require physical system s for one or more tiers in the application. If needed, those can be procured, installed, and connected to meet application or vendor requirements. Those systems can be managed by DIT or the agency. If the agency manages the systems, it controls patching, updates, etc. The DIT on-premise cloud offers the user the ability to quickly spin-up or spin-down singular systems or multi-tiered systems with a choice of configurations for CPU, memory and storage. In this way, agency has complete control of the system s and is charged per system daily rather than monthly. For all new DIT-managed requests, an agency is highly encouraged to utilize the latest version of the operating system that is available and supported by DIT.