The new cloud server hosting platform is already available at the company’s website and in the internal UI.
The international hosting provider Host1Plus further moves its focus towards developer communities and introduces Cloud ServersBeta. The company expanded its services and announced the launch of Cloud ServersBeta in Frankfurt, Germany, and Chicago, USA.
The new cloud server platform is dedicated to developers, IT professionals, and small to medium businesses to build, test, and scale their projects.
The newly introduced Cloud ServersBeta are built within seconds and come with either Linux OS distributions (CentOS, Debian, Fedora, Ubuntu) or Windows Server 2012 Essentials.
Cloud Server platform is built on KVM (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) virtualization solution for hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V). It consists of a loadable kernel module that provides the core virtualization infrastructure & is well-known for enhanced performance, advanced customization, and flexibility.
One of the most requested features of Cloud ServersBeta – upgrades & downgrades are fully implemented and functional. Users can upgrade particular resources and get them instantly while they also can downgrade. After a user makes a downgrade, the service price will be recalculated immediately for the next billing cycle.
The platform offers an automated scheduled backup utility to keep your data safe. Customers can schedule hourly, daily, weekly, monthly backups, or do a manual backup whenever they need it.
Cloud ServersBeta also comes with advanced networking management, access up to 32 IPv4 addresses, and IPv6 support.