SimplerCloud debuts cloud hosting servers in Asia

Staff writer
23 Oct 2013

SimplerCloud, a new Singapore start-up, has launched high-performance, real-time, 100% self-manageable cloud servers at record-low prices to boost the Asia-Pacific cloud hosting industry.

Eschewing the complex ordering processes and long deployment times that are still commonly associated with cloud computing in the region, SimplerCloud servelets are instantly deployable pre-packaged virtual machines (VMs) that target businesses and developers who do not need the costly, proprietary enterprise cloud hosting services that currently dominate Asia's cloud hosting offerings.

Despite the low price tag, SimplerCloud servelets are powerful -- the smallest $10/month plan is a fully redundant cloud server with self-healing, highly scalable and redundant distributed SSD storage, snapshot backups, choice of OS, database and server control panels, free DNS hosting, root access with password reset feature, console access, and high-availability failover upon physical node failure.

Running on Singapore's multi-gigabit Internet backbone, SimplerCloud servelets are ready less than 10 minutes from ordering and aim to attract companies in Asia that seek the benefits of cloud infrastructure virtualization without bloated overheads.


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