design & development
+ mobile apps.
Nerdwerx offers clients everything they need to have an effective web presence, including web hosting. We can host most websites, no matter how large and complex the site is, as well as provide the security needed to protect your most valuable online asset.
We do all the legwork necessary to make sure your site is properly hosted, easily accessible and running smoothly. We can help you solve any bandwidth issues, purchase the domains you want, install blogs and e-commerce tools and much more.
Server caching increases speed and prevents traffic spikes from affecting your critical systems. Whether you need our industry leading Arcus™ managed cloud hosting, or your own private cluster hosting, we can service you.
Secure Website and Email Hosting
Spamming, hacking and other aggressive Internet challenges are a major threat to any website. Our server data centers are both SAS-70 and SSAE-16-SOC 2 Type2 Compliant and Certified.
Amazing, Live, Real Hosting Support
The Number One reason most people are dissatisfied with their website hosting company is support. If you're anything like us, you are tired of called a United States telephone number only to be connected to India, Russia or the Philippines Truth is, that's the reason other hosts only charge $5 per month -- they don't have to pay US Citizens to support each other. We do, and we're proud of it. If you need anything, we encourage you to call. 'Murica.
Transfer From Your Current Host
Nerdwerx can work with you to transfer your site from your current hosting provider to Nerdwerx hosting. We've transferred thousands of websites and would be happy to take a look at yours.
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Nerdwerx utilizes Layer 3 Communications, Cox and Cogent Communications networks in San Diego, CA. Transit to the major carriers is routed using Border Gateway Protocol (BGP-4), a protocol that provides automated detection and redirection in the case of a transit carrier failure. Edge routers – those that connect directly to the transit carriers – are linked by multi-Gigabit, multi-paths. This provides facility-level redundancy for Internet transit, backed by both AC and DC power plants (generators).
Distribution redundancy is achieved by multi-facility non-active fiberoptic links to the transit routing infrastructure. No single fiber, transit carrier, or power failure can cause an interruption of service to the distribution routers. The distribution routers are the gateway routers for client connections; Hot Standby Routing Protocol (HSRP) provides redundancy for the gateway IP address to remove the distribution routers as single points of failure.
Network access consists of dual switch connections, 100Mbps or 1Gbps. The switch connections are provided from separate access switches that are connected to the distribution network by redundant trunk ports. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) is used to ensure automatic failover in the case of a switch or uplink failure.
That was nerdy, wasn't it?