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ServerBeach launches pay-as-you-go cloud with ElasticHosts
ServerBeach, the leading dedicated hosting provider, today announces that it has partnered with ElasticHosts, the international cloud provider, to offer customers the power to scale their server capacity up or down on a pay-as-you-go model.
Cloud servers allow customers to take control - creating new servers instantly and resizing existing capacity immediately via a user-friendly web control panel. Customers save money by buying exactly the capacity they need today, knowing that they can immediately scale up when required.
Cloud servers run any server operating system, are fully configurable and designed for scalable web hosting and on-demand burst computing. The cloud hosting package is available from both ServerBeach’s UK and US data centres, is built on the high performance 10 Gbps SuperNetwork™ infrastructure and offers a 100% SLA with 100x credits for any downtime.
Commenting on the launch, Dominic Monkhouse, UK MD of ServerBeach comments, “Self-service cloud servers are perfect for our ServerBeach customers. We work with many fast growth companies and developers whose hosting needs change on a day-to-day basis, so to support this we have built in flexible and scalable cloud servers on a pay as you go model. ServerBeach is built ‘By Geeks, For Geeks’ and we know that our customers will love this extra flexibility and control.”
Richard Davies, CEO at ElasticHosts, said, “We are delighted to offer our award-winning cloud servers to ServerBeach’s customers. We’re confident that they’ll be as excited by the scalability and flexibility as our own customers have been.”
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Published Thursday, July 22, 2010 6:57 PM by David Marshall
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