ServerPoint.com is offering increased performance, flexibility and ease of use with the introduction of a new generation VPS hosting platform.
ColossusCloud Generation 3, the new Linux and Windows cloud VPS hosting platform offers a range of features that can cut down the time taken to deploy virtual machines.
ServerPoint.com is a Web hosting provider offering high-quality Web hosting and cloud services. Its newly introduced VPS hosting platform includes operating system templates that are kept up to date daily.
The new Linux and Windows cloud VPS hosting platform also features hardware storage acceleration and applications that are powered by ColossusCloud.
ServerPoint.com claims these applications run faster than any previous generation platforms in the industry.
Ideal for the rapid deployment of resources, the platform allows for scalability to up to 192GBs of RAM (News - Alert). In addition, it enables up to 2TBs of storage and up to eight CPU cores, says ServerPoint.com.
“The third generation of our platform is designed to be about five times faster than our previous one, allowing for deployments of virtual machines in just minutes. It is also powered by a brand new 10gigabit network as well as the fastest storage devices in the industry,” said Erik Johnson, CTO at ServerPoint.com, in a statement.
This solution is very affordable, with prices starting at $15 per month. Plans include unique features such as UpdateCentral, which allows businesses to easily keep their virtual machines up to date; and boasts the intra-zone private networking feature that is designed to increase security of data between virtual machines.
There are several hosting platforms available in the market creating confusion for Web developers as they are not sure which one they should go for.
TMCnet recently reported about a consolidated platform from ITX Design that addresses this challenge. This platform enables the developers to work simultaneously on both Linux and Microsoft Windows-based hosting platforms, which streamlines the development process.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey