Purchasing your own servers, installing Linux OS; renting a space in a data center, etc. These are all things that are related to server co-location services. The set up usually takes a week, but still the solution isn’t full proof because you have just one physical server where downtimes can occur at any time.
How many times have you gotten a call telling you that your Linux box had crashed while you were travelling? The concept of co-locating your server with data centers will eventually die out one day. It’s time to switch to a new Cloud Platform.
Introducing the Cloud Server
Some businesses require a dedicated server to host important web applications such as the ERP system. Eventually, most of them will have their apps hosted on a single physical server, which exposes them to a single point of failure.
Imagine being able to provision a server in minutes or upgrade a server automatically. This is the idea behind the Cloud Server. Totally customisable, each Cloud Server gives you full root access to more than a dozen Linux distributions. The price depends on the size of the server you’re buying, and how much bandwidth you’ll use.
|To Decision Makers
|No more hardware upgrades, purchases etc
|Preferred infra for dedicated online apps
|Lower maintenance costs and faster to market
|Reliable image backup for your data
|Can be scaled easily to your requirements
|To Semi Techy Guys
|Cloud Server sizes are measured by the amount of physical memory reserved for your instance and range from 256 MB up to 15.5 GB
|Choose from a variety of popular 64-bit LinuxÂ® Distributionsâ€”Ubuntu, Debian, Gentoo, CentOS, Fedora, Arch and Red Hat Enterprise Linux
|Using our online control panel and API, each Cloud Server can be upgraded or removed as your needs change
|To Tech Geeks
|Xen hypervisor for Linux
|Storage is RAID-10 protected for superior performance and durability. If a host failure should occur, we bring it back and your data is preserved.
|For Linux distributions, every Cloud Server gets four virtual CPUs.
|No oversubscription. Reserved RAM and storage.
|SAS 70 Type II â€“ pertains to the managed hosting customers, Cloud Servers, Cloud Files customers and all data centers.
|API File Injection â€“ put a file directly into the file system so that it’s accessible inside the instance. It could be a license fileâ€”whatever you need.
|Separate public and private network interfaces. Private bandwidth is free and provides inter-Cloud Server communication as well as access to Cloud Files.
|Snapshot based server imagesâ€”scheduled or on-demand. Useful for creating “gold” images or backups.
|Support for multiple public IP addresses.
|Shared IPs for high-availability configurations
|Linux distribution of your choice.
|Web-based console access. Access your server if there is a boot or network problem.
|Bootable rescue mode. File system access to repair a troubled Cloud Server.
Cloud Server, starts from RM400/Month
256MB RAM, 10GB Disk, 10GB/Month Incoming & Outgoing Bandwidth, CentOS 5.5 Ready-to-Use Setup; Single dedicated IP Address