Jake Fellows

Jake Fellows is the Sophisticated Hosting Product Manager for Liquid Web's Managed Hosting products and services. He has over 10 years experience involving several fields of the technology industry, including hosting, healthcare, and IT-system architecture. On his time off, he can be found in front of some form of screen enjoying movies, video games, or researching into one of his many technical side projects.

  • 5 Unknown Benefits of Data Center Virtualization

    5 Unknown Benefits of Data Center Virtualization

    Find out the top five benefits of virtualization, including ROI, reduced cost, ease of operation, security, and agility for your virtual data center.

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  • Why Choose VMware Private Cloud for Your DevOps Environment

    Why Choose VMware Private Cloud for Your DevOps Environment

    Choosing VMware Private Cloud is like hiring additional developers, but at a fraction of the cost. Find out why VMware is the best choice for DevOps.

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  • What is Private Cloud?

    What is Private Cloud?

    Running your IT systems in a private cloud achieves flexibility, guaranteed resource availability, strong security, regulatory compliance, and cost savings.

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  • VMware Private Cloud Provides Enterprise Performance for SMBs

    VMware Private Cloud Provides Enterprise Performance for SMBs

    Use VMware Private Cloud to improve the performance and flexibility of resource use with the assurance that the resource availability is there if needed.

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  • What is IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service)?

    What is IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service)?

    Learn about IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), how it connects to cloud computing, and how it benefits your business' systems.

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  • Single-Tenant Cloud vs. Multi-Tenant Cloud: Which Is Right for You?

    Single-Tenant Cloud vs. Multi-Tenant Cloud: Which Is Right for You?

    What is the difference between single-tenant and multi-tenant cloud architecture? Single-tenancy might be the better solution, find out why.

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  • What is a Hybrid Cloud?

    What is a Hybrid Cloud?

    Is hybrid cloud the best solution available? Let's start with what it is, the benefits of using hybrid cloud, and use cases for consideration.

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  • What is Server Leasing?

    What is Server Leasing?

    A lot goes into the decision of a dedicated server, such as when it is best to lease and when it would be best to buy. Learn about the pros and cons to both.

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  • What is a Public Cloud?

    What is a Public Cloud?

    Want to learn more about public clouds? Find out about what they are, how they work, and what they can do for your company.

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  • Which is Better For My Business, Dedicated Server Hosting or Cloud Hosting?

    Which is Better For My Business, Dedicated Server Hosting or Cloud Hosting?

    Learn about the differences between cloud servers and dedicated servers, including the pros & cons, how they work, and how to choose the right option.

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  • 5 Ways to Free Up Disk Space on a Dedicated Windows Server

    5 Ways to Free Up Disk Space on a Dedicated Windows Server

    Having enough free storage is critical to maintaining stellar server performance. What can you do to free up disk space? Here's 5 things to try today.

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  • 13 Load Balancing Metrics to Monitor

    13 Load Balancing Metrics to Monitor

    Monitoring performance is important to the user experience and in controlling costs. Here are 13 load balancer metrics to consider monitoring now.

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  • Is High Availability Clustering Right For You?

    Is High Availability Clustering Right For You?

    Find out whether a high availability cluster, a highly redundant type of infrastructure, is the right fit for your organization or project in 2020.

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  • What Is Fault Tolerance and Why It Differs From High Availability

    What Is Fault Tolerance and Why It Differs From High Availability

    "Fault tolerance” and “high availability” are not the same thing. Without the high availability of a server connection, fault tolerance is a moot function.

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  • What are the Most Common Causes of Website Downtime?

    What are the Most Common Causes of Website Downtime?

    Minimizing downtime is critical to your website’s reputation and the reputation of your business. Learn to understand why your site might go offline.

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  • What is DRBD?

    What is DRBD?

    Implementing a Linux DRBD can be highly complex, but enables High Availability systems that can save businesses money. Find out how DRBD works.

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  • How to Intelligently Invest in High Availability

    How to Intelligently Invest in High Availability

    Find out the 7 ways you can invest in your infrastructure to make it high availability, guard against failure, and most importantly, keep your site online.

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  • Recovering Your Website From a Catastrophic Failure

    Recovering Your Website From a Catastrophic Failure

    A look at how to build a disaster recovery plan, and then how to follow that plan to recover your website from a catastrophic failure.

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  • What Happens When There’s a Catastrophic Failure in Your Infrastructure

    What Happens When There’s a Catastrophic Failure in Your Infrastructure

    A deep dive into the nuances of what happens when an automatic failover occurs within your web hosting infrastructure, and how to prevent a data disaster.

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  • An Introduction to Load Balancing

    An Introduction to Load Balancing

    An introduction to load balancing, including why load balancing is important to you and a look at how the technology works.

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