Cloud hosting provider VPS.net announced on Wednesday it has made significant improvements to its cloud server offerings, including increases in the amount of power and elasticity.
The move is the latest in a series of improvements by VPS.net, including a new welcome kit that includes multiple tools and services to simplify the migration process, and a cloud application marketplace featuring 100 open-source and commercial applications.
The company said in the press release that the new improvements and new products are intended to “deliver an enhanced value for the customer.”
VPS.net has doubled the amount of dedicated CPU, increasing the power from 600 MHz to 1.2 GHz.
Customers are also now able to create an unlimited amount of custom templates, which can be used for their new clone and deploy tool.
Using the clone and deploy tool, customers can rapidly deploy customized operating system templates throughout the entire VPS.net with manual intervention.
VPS.net has also launched elastic VPS, which combines the flexibility of auto-scaling with the ability to allow a VPS to grow and shrink as needed, but at a single fixed price.
The benefit of elastic VPS is that users do not have to concerned about unexpected hosting bills. The elastic VPS offers a flexible hosting solution, but at a fixed rate.
“These upgrades, and new features are the biggest sweeping change VPS.net has ever made to its product offering in one go,” said Rus Foster, managing director of VPS.net. “With the elastic VPS option, there are no more worries about unexpected or high bills for users. With a simple flat pricing model the user knows their system can add on resources as required without worrying about downtime or the cost.”
VPS.NET, a division of the UK2Group, provides enterprises and SMBs with flexible and scalable cloud hosting solutions.
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