Magento has complex hosting requirements, which is why low-quality hosting can kill its performance. However, Mage Rage specialises in both Magento 1 and Magento 2 hosting on a range of scalable cloud providers. You won’t suffer poor Magento performance with us.
Magento 2 requires modern technologies to run smoothly. These technologies include current versions of Nginx or Apache, MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, and RabbitMQ. Mage Rage has extensive experience in each of these.
Meanwhile, Magento 1 offers its own complexities. However, you should ask a web developer to migrate your Magento 1 site to Magento 2 as soon as possible. Magento 1 reached its ‘end of life’ status in 2020, so Magento won’t be releasing updates or security patches for this platform. If you don’t upgrade to Magento 2, you could face security issues and fail to comply with PCI regulations.
Every hosting package is different. And it’s important to book your hosting with a specialist who can minimise downtime, improve Magento security, and ensure the best performance for your website.
Of course, different websites have different needs. That’s why Mage Rage offers a range of hosting services to suit your website’s size and traffic, as well as your budget.
Alan’s knowledge of Magento was key to our decision to go with Mage Rage.
I took my website design ideas to Alan, who completed all the development work necessary to bring these ideas to life. Not only was Alan able to help me achieve everything I wanted for my website, but he also made suggestions to help me craft the site in ways I hadn’t thought of. As a highly skilled developer, Alan built various custom components, transforming my WordPress template into a unique website.
Alan is a highly skilled magento developer. His technical ability and helpful advice continues to help us meet our complex technical needs.
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