Rackspace Raises The Price of Base Cloud Sites by 50%
Rackspace sent a notice to all current customers of the Rackspace Cloud service (formerly Mosso) about some changes to the pricing structure for their Rackspace Cloud service. The big change is a 50% increase in the base price for all new accounts. The old pricing had a base of $100/month and the new pricing has a base of $149/month. Current customers will remain at the previous $100/month pricing.
VEXXHOST Reduces The Price of its enterprise VPS’s by 50%
VEXXHOST announced 50% discount on its three VPS plans, these enterprise hosting plans are using Citrix enterprise visualization system and using high performance multi processors technology with ECC ram and RAID 10 storge arrays. the prices of these vps are starting at $16.48 and bundled with a sufficient resources.
Web Host InetServices Launches New Website for Cloud Services
Showcasing its comprehensive suite of cloud hosting services, web hosting provider InetServices (www.inetservices.com) has officially launched its new website, www.inetservicescloud.com, dedicated specifically to cloud hosting services.
What is Cloud Hosting and is it Right for Your Needs?
One of the newest technologies utilized in the web hosting industry, cloud hosting can be very beneficial for its users. You might be aware that Google has been using this type of computer infrastructure for quite some time. But what exactly is it and how does it work?
US Companies Ready For Added Cloud Computing Investment
According to a survey of 150 information technology decision makers from various small and large companies across the country by ReliaCloud, a national IT infrastructure company based in Minneapolis, three-quarters of companies identified the development of cloud computing as a priority for 2010.
Vexxhost is using now Citrix Xen Technology to provide cloud ready dedicated servers and virtual private servers. Their enterprise hosting solution is reasonably priced and can can be used by small and medium size business. The Prices for VDS started at only $99.00 per month with 5 GB RAM with high performance Xeon CPU’s and RAID 10 Storage System.
Big companies ‘to move quickly on virtualization
The server virtualization market in 2010 will be dominated by companies that have already made it big in the sector, it has been claimed. Gordon Haff, infrastructure and enterprise computing analyst at Illuminata, has claimed that the “big guys” like VMWare, Microsoft and Citrix are on “the list of companies to keep an eye on”. He explained in an interview with Computerworld.com that such firms are pushing the sector forward at speed, although he hinted there is still also room for small companies.
Ex-Equanet head steps back into channel
The former managing director of Equanet has secured private investor backing from an unnamed firm for his venture, and has acquired the business of reseller IT Instore, which is an HP, VMware, Citrix and NetApp partner, among others. Speaking to CRN, Barlow said: “We are in the process of setting up a brand-new office in Leatherhead to complement our existing office in Warrington.” Barlow said the firm would offer a mixed model covering product sales, but also offering a range of services.
FastSpring revenue soars on e-commerce
Dan Engel had to learn the lessons that helped him build Santa Barbara-based FastSpring the hard way, but those lessons have paid off with 550 percent revenue growth over the past year. The 15-employee firm makes an e-commerce backend for companies that sell downloadable products such as software, e-books and video games. Companies who sell files face some special challenges, such as matching up serial numbers and authorization codes for digital rights management and distributing back-up discs.
“How do you understand “Cloud Hosting”? What kind of infrastructure and platform do you imagine when someone mentions Cloud hosting?”, asked in the popular web hosting forum Hosting Discussion a member named HostColor. …
Web Hosting Year in Review: Cloud Computing – Web Hosting Industry …
In May, hosting provider SoftLayer announced a range of cloud hosting services it called CloudLayer, beginning with a cloud storage solution and a cloud-optimized content delivery network for the distribution of those stored files. …
Cloud Hosting vs Traditional Hosting – Graphic Design Forum and …
Choosing the right breed of web hosting could be mind-boggling for a beginner. Web hosting services allow individuals or organizations to own a piece of space on the World Wide Web 7 Vote(s) Cloud.
Cloud Hosting vs Traditional Hosting
Cloud hosting follows usage based billing so that clients would have to pay extra only for those days that handle more traffic. Though cloud computing has been around for sometime, many of us do not realize that we are part of its user …
How Cloud Hosting Works
Cloud hosting is a web hosting service that is derived from a group of servers that are all connected together to increase features. These connected servers are.
Todays news is mainly about Peak 10 and Windows Azure and what they contribute to the cloud industry.
Peak 10 Announces Expanded $95 Million Credit …
As a managed services leader, Peak 10 offers a wide range of technology services including virtualization, managed hosting, and cloud-based services in a cost-efficient and reliable platform for its customers. …
10 reasons to use Azure for your cloud apps
Windows Azure is Microsoft’s cloud-based application platform for developing, managing, and hosting applications off-site. Azure consists of several components: the cloud operating system itself; SQL Azure, which provides database …