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hi guys what type of server you need to host big sites like my space and face book , or orkut , and how many server you need to start site like this in small version not that big. can some one start like this from home or small place may be a big basement,with 2 -3 employees. and how much space do you need to start one more thing i know BANDWIDTH is very important how much ?? can someone buy bandwidth , THE MAIN QUESTION CAN SOMEONE START THE SITES IN HOUSE WHAT ALL THEY NEED IF THEY DONT WANT TO WEB HOSTING Company TO DO THAT , HOW MUCH internet speed , space ,and what server is required ,,, to do this job

Asked By: Mystic R - 9/29/2008
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Your question is very hard to answer. I'm a server manager and web-developer in one person, I manage 2 really big sites... so, let's start from the servers... More
Answered By: Richard D - 9/29/2008
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Well, if you want to start your own site, there's the small problem of getting a domain name. Also, if you plan on having a humongous site, that's another problem because you'll need a gigantic amount of server space. If you're willing to spend lot of money on immense amounts of memory and really fast broadband... More
Answered By: benzrf - 9/29/2008
 
For something like that, you will most likely need a pretty serious setup. Without knowing the expected traffic, it is only a guess, but at least a few servers, and some serious network setups. You would at least need some business level switches and routers. It would get expensive quick for any reasonable kind of... More
Answered By: Gzus - 9/29/2008
 
These guys are Pretty correct in time space and money needed to make a large site with high volume. here is a good read, if you want to start your site on a much smaller scale, and then yes, you can run it from the house. good luck in your Venture http://www.popularmechanics.com/technology/how_to/4247239.html
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