Automated failover for the highest level of uptime

DNS Failover

Hyve are dedicated to providing the highest possible uptime services to ensure business continuity for our clients. We run a number of products that allow for complete data centre failover, one of the core products being our DNS failover product.

What Is A CDN?

Hyve’s Content Delivery Network (CDN) provides users with a robust platform to deliver static and multimedia content.

It allows site visitors to access your website simultaneously from multiple global locations, thereby improving user experience and reducing the load on servers. Files are ‘cached’ and loaded from the closest server to the user, which results in faster load speeds.

Core Features

  • Fail back options also available for free.
  • Failover monitoring on many different protocols
  • No installation required
  • 100% uptime
  • Automated failover (it does not need human interaction)

Why Hyve?

Fully Managed UK Based

Hyve are a UK based, fully managed hosting company with a passion for technology. With a small company approach, we focus on providing exceptional support and management services.

Established in 2001, Hyve provide a wide range of managed web hosting services including private, hybrid, and public VMware cloud hosting.

Our clients include Southampton F.C., Carluccio’sTKMaxxLionsgate FilmsRSPCA and NHS.

Why Hyve

A Trusted, Award Winning Service

Our clients span a wide range of industries including: technology, telecommunications, healthcare, and financial services. Some are market leaders and others SMEs, but regardless of their size, all are unique and we are proud to e working with them all.

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Learn how Medichecks were able to grow

Watch this short video to find out why Alistair Hall from Medichecks chose Hyve.

Learn how Medichecks were able to grow

Watch this short video to find out why Alistair Hall from Medichecks chose Hyve.

Case Studies


Hyve are 100% carbon neutral. We use carbon offsetting to balance out the release of carbon dioxide from our offices and infrastructure.