Solar VPS Launches Unmanaged Linux VPS Brand VPSColo
Windows and Linux VPS hosting provider Solar VPS (www.solarvps.com) announced this week that it has launched a brand new low-cost calls unmanaged VPS VPSColo (www.vpscolo.com).
VPSColo The company says it has been in development for six months, with the aim of providing a platform for VPS automated, fast and affordable. Solar VPS has implemented its own “recipe”, says the company and applied it to the mark VPSColo.
The difference between VPSColo and other low cost VPS hosting marks appear, ideologically, the savings based on the elimination of management rather than removing features – basically the concept of dedicated server unmanaged VPS applied.
The virtual machine management through VPSColo is handled by the client through a property of the console.
“We designed our own application management – VPSADMIN – allowing customers to reboot, reinstall, rename, manage reverse DNS and more,” Ross says Brouwer, CEO of Solar VPS, quoted in the ad “In addition , customers. receive direct access to the console and integrated support and billing assistance through VPSADMIN. We are also integrating the complete management of DNS and connectivity with our server monitoring software SolarRAY ”
The company says that, having had success with Parallels virtualization and automation software for Solar VPS, I wanted to create a new platform for VPS customers on a budget, and based its program code technology open.
“VPSColo is powered by open source software OpenVZ allows for quick and easy deployment of our cheap Linux VPS platform and have a significant cost savings to our customers,” said Brouwer, who added that the solution is built on VPSColo same hardware and network the company uses to Solar VPS.
The company also plans to start offering VPS Colo Linux machines based on Xen virtual. It is also developing a Windows VPS platform based on Xen, on “the sister brand,” JVDS.com.
VPSColo offers what the company calls “the cheapest in the industry” VPS accounts starting at $ 5 per month.