New Cloud Server Provider Is Simplifying Cloud Complexity

September 23, 2013

CloudServers.com comes out of beta to provide a simple front end, and powerful backend cloud infrastructure.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) September 23, 2013

CloudServers.com, a new cloud server provider specializing in Windows and Linux hosting announced it has launched out of beta and is available to the public.

The Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider has built their service on three pillars: Providing a suite of advanced cloud services at a better-than-industry-standard price, utilizing the security potential of the cloud, and simplifying cloud complexity without compromising its strength.

"There’s no shortage of ‘cloud’ branded services. We wanted people to experience the strong capabilities of cloud infrastructure without all the management complexity common among providers," said Jeff Graves, Director of Technology. "We’ve simplified everything, from choosing the server and OS to how clients are billed."

CloudServers.com base packages include features such as instant provisioning, on-demand scalability and auto-healing technology with secured monthly billing to provide clients with consistent, reliable pricing. Backups are also available on a daily, weekly, monthly and yearly basis.

Packages begins at $15.00/month, approx. $0.02/hr, which even includes base bandwidth and storage, something many providers add on to base pricing.

About CloudServers.com

CloudServers.com is a Charlotte, N.C.-based cloud hosting company providing highly complex cloud infrastructure with a simple, easy-to-use approach. Specializing in both Windows and Linux operating systems, CloudServers.com brings simplicity to an increasingly complex technology with dozens of ready-to-use OS templates and features such as auto-healing technology, instant provisioning and on-demand scalability.

For more information, visit CloudServers.com


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