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VPS.net announces more power and more elasticity to the cloud

August 3, 2012 by  

Web Hosting ServicesProvidence, Utah – VPS.net announced today significant improvements to its cloud server offerings. In the announcement, the company stated its goal with the improvements and new products was to deliver an enhanced value for the customer. The company first announced that it has doubled the amount of dedicated CPU, now giving customers 1.2 GHz of power, compared to the previous 600 MHz.

The company also announced users are now able to create an unlimited amount of custom templates, which can be used for their new clone and deploy tool. The unlimited templates, used with the clone and deploy tool allows users to rapidly deploy customized operating system templates throughout the entire VPS.net with manual intervention.

Finally, coupled with all of this VPS.net has launched is elastic VPS. Offering the flexibility of its market defining auto-scaling, with the ability to allow a VPS to grow and shrink as needed, but at a single fixed price. With the elastic VPS, users no longer need to worry about unexpected sky high hosting bills. The elastic VPS offers a flexible hosting solution, but at a fixed rate.

“These upgrades, and new features are the biggest sweeping change VPS.net has ever made to its product offering in one go”, said Rus Foster, Managing Director of VPS.net.

Rus also added, “With the elastic VPS option, there are no more worries about unexpected or high bills for users. With a simple flat pricing model the user knows their system can add on resources as required without worrying about downtime or the cost.”

The new improvements and products are available as of today from VPS.net.

About VPS.NET
VPS.NET, a division of the UK2Group, operates one of the largest cloud hosting systems in the world. It offers affordable cloud hosting to everyday users, while giving enterprise users the flexibility they need to adequately scale, and handle their growing IT demands. For more information about VPS.NET, please visit www.vps.net

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