A hosta hosting company is offering Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers the chance to upgrade to a service from its cloud provider, but some customers say they are not getting the upgrade.
In a statement to The Verge, Amazon said that it has agreed to an arrangement with Hosta that would allow hosts to upgrade from its AWS-based hosting service to Hosta Hosting Hosta, the new company announced in a blog post on Monday.
Hosta said it was the first major hosting provider to offer an upgrade to its platform.
“We want to thank Hosta for partnering with us, and we appreciate the partnership’s commitment to supporting our customers in the future,” the statement reads.
“We are excited to work with Hostas in the near future to continue delivering the best hosting experience.”
Hosta said that Hosta’s new platform, which it will officially call Hosta Cloud, would be available for new hosts on June 10, and the new service will offer “several new features” in addition to the AWS upgrade, including the ability to host a single AWS account, as well as new security features.
Hostas customers can choose to upgrade by paying $49.99 per year, or by purchasing an annual subscription.
The company said that hosts could choose to migrate their existing services over to the new platform.
The new service would not have the benefits of a free trial, but it would allow customers to switch to Hosts as they upgrade, said host aria.
“As of right now, Hosta hosts can only be used with a one-time upgrade, and it will be limited to hosting up to one hosting account per customer,” said aria in the blog post.
“In the future, we will offer a full upgrade for Hosta hosting customers.”
Host aria, which has been operating in the US for a decade, said it plans to sell its hosting platform to other providers in the coming months, as it hopes to be able to expand to more markets.
“Hosta Hosta is a cloud hosting platform with the capacity to meet your needs,” said hosta.
“By making Hosta available in other countries, Host Aria can deliver a better service for your hosting needs.”
Hosts said that its new platform is a “game changer” for hosts, adding that it would be “unfair” to exclude hosts from the upgrade as it would have a “small impact” on hosts’ costs.
“If you are an existing Host Ariana host, you will be able upgrade to Host Arial Hosta within the next 24 hours,” the company said.
“This is a major upgrade for all Hosts and will bring with it significant savings for Host Arians as well.”
Aria said that the new host hosting service would also offer a number of other features, including a feature to automatically add a new domain name, and new security measures to protect hosts’ privacy and security.
Hosts said it would also be providing hosting support for customers who do not currently have a Host Ariena account.