Cloud Hosting Solutions Launched by ElasticHosts
According to its Wed. statement, clients benefit from a user-friendly interface that may be managed from any desktop. It also permits them to create virtual servers immediately and re-size their capacity immediately. ElasticHosts further said it’s the only Infrastructure-as-a-Service supplier to supply 2 independent data centres in Europe.
“To date, companies trying to find the price savings and scalability of cloud hosting had to take on complicated user interfaces and have been restricted to a few of server sizes offered by different vendors,” ElasticHosts general manager Richard Davies announced in a statement. “We have designed ElasticHosts so that it can be employed by nearly any one and it permits users to configure their servers particularly to suit their requirements. ElasticHosts’ cloud servers permit purchasers the cost-efficiency of purchasing precisely the capacity they need today, with the confidence that they can straight away scale up. Capacity is billed on-demand by the hour, unlike conventional hosting contracts which tie shoppers to fixed capacity for as much as 2 years.
The servers run any Computer operating system, are totally configurable and engineered to accommodate all forms of web hosting. ElasticHosts offers a 100 p.c uptime service level agreement that outlines that down time leads to credit for 100 times the down time experienced. It’s service uses PEER 1’s ( www.peer1.com ) high-performance, 10Gbps SuperNetwork infrastructure to support mission-critical hosting needs, providing vital business continuity.
To mark its launch, ElasticHosts is offering a free four-day trial to permit companies to experience the power and simplicity of cloud hosting for themselves.. Tailoring cloud computing answers to the ECU market has been a major trend this year as cloud infrastructure supplier Amazon Web Services ( aws.amazon.com ) rolled out its ECU Elastic Compute Cloud, which now has the power to run Windows or SQL Server examples in the the EU region. Corporations like ElasticHosts serve the segments of the European market that Amazon can’t by offering enterprise-level services with the potentiality to meet ECU legal requirements.