We have done quite a lot since we launched in 2015. We started with web hosting, expanded to offering VPSs, then Dedicated Servers. We have continuously improved each service over the years, based on the feedback from our customers – and we will keep doing just that. Nothing is ever perfect, but we strive to reach perfection in all aspects of our delivery.
2015 – Summarized
January 2015 We opened up our doors to the public for the very first time. At the time, MightWeb was one person – offering only web hosting, and like most, starting out doing so from a reseller plan.
March 2015 It was already apparent that we were growing out of a reseller plan. It was also evident that we grew out of our old website. A new website was launched, and we moved to a VPS Environment.
May 2015 We started offering Reseller Hosting. As a step of this, we of course had to do yet another upgrade of our servers, and went from a VPS to leasing a full-blown Dedicated Server for the very first time.
June 2015 At this point, running MightWeb is no longer a one man operation. Michael thus joins the team to assist with Sales and Customer Experience. He in turn quickly grows into his position, and took a leading role in the company.
August 2015 This is when we launched Virtual Private Servers to our lineup of products. We also implement our in-house server monitoring system into production for the first time.
September 2015 In September, Gregory joins the MightWeb – becoming our third staff member on board. Gregory is an experienced systems administrator and entrepreneur who was a natural fit into our team. We also yet again upgraded systems, and got our systems rolled up on improved DDoS mitigation equipment.
October – December 2015 We’ve almost been open a year, and we finally incorporate into MightWeb LLC. A lot of network upgrades are done, and Joakim joins our team as the fourth staff member to assist with Technical Support. As a person with an aptitude to learn pretty much anything in a short period of time, he quickly found his role in the team.
2016 – Summarized
January 2016 For the first time ever, we buy our own hardware. Up until this point, our servers have all been leased – but as we grow our system count rapidly, it was time to own the hardware and colocate instead.
February 2016 We start offering Dedicated Servers. This had been in planning for quite some time, and was a big step for us as it completed our range of products. Customers were now able to scale from simple web hosting plans, to full-blown dedicated systems without having to switch providers. We also launched our partnership with LiteSpeed Technologies and CloudLinux to ensure we could offer licensing for VPS’s and Dedicated Systems to our customers – allowing them a single point of billing.
May 2016 When we launched Virtual Private Servers, we did so using OpenVZ as our chosen virtualization technology. We chose OpenVZ as we initially mainly focused on Managed Systems, where Linux was the only kernel we supported. After feedback from our customers, we realized the need for a technology offering full virtualization was needed – and so, in May of 2016, we launched KVM systems. This also meant a switch from spinning drives (which we had used in OpenVZ environments) to RAID 10, Pure SSD systems. A gigantic leap in service quality!
August 2016 August was a big month for us. We officially merged with a company previously named ImbaHost, forming Relander Group Inc. ImbaHost had been run by Gregory (who had been working with us for close to a year at this point), and joining the two companies together made perfect sense.
October 2016 Backups are important, that’s something we all know and appreciate. In 2016, we thus launched dedicated backup systems, powered by R1Soft – to offer hourly backups on all web hosting and reseller hosting plans.
September – December 2016 During these months, we launched our second dedicated cPanel system, we partnered with Microsoft to offer Windows Server VPS’s, and as we reached Christmas, we rolled out a promotion where 50% of all order revenue was donated to the Make a Wish Foundation.
2017 – Summarized
February 2017 February was a month of routine building. We spent a lot of time internally working on building up more clear routines, standard operating procedures and policies to ensure our service delivery. We also started working on a new website (on which you’re reading this now), as we had once again grown out of our previous design.
May 2017 To help combat SPAM (which we all know is really annoying) – we start offering SpamExperts as an optional addon. SpamExperts is a truly effective way of combatting SPAM, that has a near 100% accuracy.
June 2017 We launch yet another dedicated cPanel system, increasing the count to three in total. We also roll out Imunify360 across all web hosting systems as yet another way to help increase the overall security of our systems.
November 2017 We finally launch our new website. The focus behind the design was to have a clear way of representing the many products we offer, and to explain our mindset in a way that is easy to understand. We believe we accomplished this with the new design.
2018 – Summarized