Webair Expands Fully Managed Cloud Platform to Amsterdam
NEW YORK, Nov. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Webair, a leading provider of Cloud Hosting and Managed solutions, announced their High Availability Cloud Servers are now offered at their Amsterdam datacenter location. Designed to give clients a flexible hosting advantage that will provide true scalability, redundancy and load balancing of traffic between the United States and Europe.
Every Webair Cloud Server plan includes a free industry standard software stack pre-installed, guaranteed memory capacity and instantly upgradeable service plans. Webair Cloud is true high availability cloud computing infrastructure that harnesses the fault tolerance of enterprise grade hardware to keep cloud servers up and running without downtime, as well as redundancy between physical nodes, SAN disks, network switches & routers.
Designed to work seamlessly with Webair Cloud Load Balancing and Cloud Storage technologies to offer unified solutions for fully load balanced cloud instance to run large websites. Traffic can even be balanced between clusters in New York and Amsterdam providing greater global performance and redundancy.
Webair’s Cloud Server solution is a fully managed hosting platform providing guaranteed resources such as CPU, memory and IOP/s and allows for Hybrid Cloud configurations in our Amsterdam facility with a mix of cloud compute, physical servers and colocated servers. Integration with Webair’s EZPanel provides for one click upgrades allowing you to change plans with the click of a button and a reboot of your cloud server. Dedicated Cloud Servers are designed for maximum performance and fast deployment.
Founded in 1996, Webair is a leader in managed hosting solutions, including Managed & Secure Cloud Infrastructure. Webair offers a variety of hosting services including Public, Private & Hybrid Clouds, Dedicated Servers, Colocation, CDN and Video Streaming Solutions. Webair, headquartered in New York, operates an international network of data centers located in New York, Los Angeles, Montreal and Amsterdam.