Cloud Instances

Virtual Machines For Professional Use

On Powerful Public Clouds

Native High availability | NVMe Drives | Windows Option

CPU Enhanced Cloud Instances

 Instances optimized to respond to each of your uses like as up-link, OS, disk etc.
Migrate from one model to another according to your needs without re-installation!

Extended Ram Cloud Instances For Ram Hungry Apps

 Instances optimized to respond to each of your uses like as up-link, OS, disk etc.
Migrate from one model to another according to your needs without re-installation!

Included with your Linux VPS SSD machine

idealManagement –  Root Access

idealOperating System – CMS – Control Panels

idealReboot/Installation – Unlimited

idealGeolocated IP – Upto 16 (Optional)

idealBackup – Snapshot (Optional)

idealTechnical Support – Support Tickets

idealSLA – 99.99%

idealScalability – Add resources

idealBandwidth – 100 Mbps

idealAnti-DDoS Pro – Protected

idealDedicated IP – 1 IPv4 (ports open)

idealAdditional Storage – 50GB/$10/mo

Why choose a Cloud VPS?

The VPS Cloud models are ideal for hosting professional production environments or critical applications. A hardware SLA is just one of the guarantees in place to provide you high availability and stable service right from the word go.

With drives that are unique in terms of latency and bandwidth and an underlying infrastructure that offers distributed storage and triple replication, the VPS Cloud models natively ensure the integrity of your data, without any additional configurations.

BenchmarkAMD Opteron @ 3.1 GHz, 10 GbECloud 2016 Xeon E5 v3 @ 3.1 GHzGain
Timed Linux Kernel Compilation 3.18-rc6 (sec) 414 255 +51%
Apache Benchmark 2.4.7 (Req/sec) 7,310 9,893 +23%
NGINX Benchmark 1.0.11 (Req/sec) 15,725 35,884 +141%
PHPBench 0.8.1 (Score) 68,563 137,716 +91%
OpenSSL 1.0.1g (Signs/sec) 147 258 +67%

Tests done with the Phoronix Test Suite v5.4.1. Two host types were used for Cloud 2016, equipped with CPUs with a frequency ranging from 2,4 to 3,1 GHz.
The CPU models listed here correspond to the physical CPU. You will see a different model on your VPS, as QEMU is not configured to display the physical CPU.

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