Yeti Node [Web Hosting Review]
Hi there, today I would like to review a shared web hosting account. To be honest, I don't use these shared web hosting accounts for production projects, no matter the web control panel they are based on, the reason of this is because I had a couple of issues in the past with a few providers, several downtimes and unqualify technical support took all my websites offline. However, things are changing now and for more than a couple of weeks I've been using this shared web hosting account from Yeti Node, the mythical creature? Yes. This account has proved to be reliable, fast and quite easy to manage thanks to a new web control panel called: Hestia.
I want to start the review by specifying the key features of the web hosting account. First of all, I did not pay for it, I was one out of the five lucky people who got a completely free web hosting account. This wiki is actually hosted on it and this web hosting review is actually to make a contribution to Yeti Node. If you ever want a completely free web hosting account, make sure to follow Yeti Node posts at LES forum, I'm sure they will make these offers once again from time to time. You must know that free shared accounts have more limits than regular shared accounts at regular prices. My shared web hosting account specs are:
- Web Control Panel: Hestia
- Disk Usage: 1.5GB
- Domain Names: 2
- SubDomains Names: 10
- Databases: 2
- Email Accounts: 2
- Bandwidth: 50GB
- Node/Server OS: Debian 11 (Bullseye)
- Web Server: Apache with Nginx Proxy
It also include: Free SSL Certificates (LetsEncrypt), phpMyadmin, Roundcube web email client and a Quick Install App through you can install: DokuWiki, Drupal, Grav, Laravel, MediaWiki, Nextcloud, Opencart, Prestashop, Symfony and WordPress.
I believe Yeti Node can be a top premium web hosting provider, they offer reliable plans with up-to-date, fast and very accessible services in terms of prices. You must know that Yeti Node currently don't offer web hosting plans for general public, their billing website is up and running but you cannot get a plan from it yet.
According to the official giveaway post: “Basically these are test runs to see how things will pan out, but hey it is a free account”. They are in a testing stage and I very happy to be part of it. This looks very promising.