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LayerStack Launches CloudNet for a Higher Elasticity of Resources Management

LayerStack, a Hong Kong based IaaS provider, released CloudNet as the new product category. CloudNet is an IT resource pooling cloud infrastructure that enables customized resources allocation in terms of SSD storage, vCPU, RAM, IP address and image storage. It serves as a pool of compute resources for multiple VMs across multiple datacenters in Hong Kong and Singapore. It also addresses different virtual machine requirements under the same control panel for centralized management. Users can enjoy high controllability in developing a fully customized cloud infrastructure in terms of specifications.

"This resource pooling architecture supports multi-tenancy model with dedicated processing resources to facilitate different specification needs," said Matthew Wu, Product Engineering Manager of LayerStack. CloudNet starts at a reasonable price from US$75 per month with 8 vCPU, 16GB RAM, 400GB SSD storage, 4 IP addresses and 50GB image storage. On top of the default resources package, clients can also purchase additional resources separately according to specific needs.

Designed for agencies and system integrators by scalable resources management

CloudNet is designed for system integrators and resellers who require self-resource management. This provides clients with enhanced efficiency and management benefits includes:

  • Flexible location selection
    Deploy VMs across multiple zones within the same region for applying the redundancy.
  • Instant provision
    Deploy VM efficiently with standard OS templates or custom templates with your preferable VM configuration and data.
  • Elastic and Agile
    Instantly scale up, scale down or scale out the compute resources like vCPU and RAM for VMs. Upgrade/ downgrade only needs a soft reboot with all data remain the same.
  • Disaster recovery
    Utilize image storage for rescuing or fixing system configuration and settings with free snapshot and Acronis Offsite Backup.
  • Secure communication
    Allows private network between VMs across all data centers within the same region. Each server can communicate with private IP under 1Gb port.

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Published Monday, October 16, 2017 9:57 AM by David Marshall
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