February 28th 2024


Introducing Clearer Choices for VPS and Public Cloud Services

We're excited to announce some significant updates to our VPS and Public Cloud offerings, designed to streamline your experience and simplify the product segmentation of both products.

VPS Servers: Tailored Flexibility with VPS Builder Our VPS Servers have always been synonymous with flexibility and scalability. To enhance this, we've introduced the new VPS Builder, a tool that simplifies the process of customizing your server. With the VPS Builder, you can select the exact resources you need, such as RAM, CPU, and storage, and easily add additional services like control panel licenses for cPanel, Imunify360, backups, and more.

VPS Servers are now even easier to purchase, with transparent upfront pricing and a 30-day rolling agreement. Full root access remains a standard feature, giving you complete control over your server via our client area.

Public Cloud: On-Demand Compute with Predictable Pricing Our Public Cloud service has been refined to offer on-demand cloud compute resources with a straightforward, usage-based pricing model. You're only charged for the time your server is active, offering predictability similar to other cloud providers like Digital Ocean and Linode.

The Public Cloud comes with API access and the ability to manage servers in bulk through separate 'Projects.' Its intuitive control panel allows quick actions like spinning up, destroying, or rescaling machines. Billing is conveniently raised once a month, on the 1st.

Simplified Management and Deployment Previously, the distinction between our flexible and pre-defined plans caused some confusion. Flexible plans were managed through our client area. In contrast, pre-defined plans had a separate portal for more detailed provisioning control.

To address this, we've separated these products to ensure clarity and targeted service. Now, you can choose the solution that best fits your project requirements without the complexity of navigating different management systems.

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