Go Daddy Launches Cloud Servers
Go Daddy, a domain name registrar and hosting provider, yesterday announced its newest offering - Go Daddy Cloud Servers. Designed to give users the power they need rapidly, Cloud Servers combines convenient control panels, a strong infrastructure and frequently used features, like firewalls and load balancers - all at a fraction of the cost of other services.
The company articulates that as the Internet expands and websites become more resource-intensive, many businesses are moving from traditional hosting to more advanced, scalable servers with flexible network options. Its Cloud Servers are designed for companies looking to take complete control of their web hosting environment. Setting up a private cloud server network can be a daunting task, but Cloud Servers allows complete setup in three easy steps.
According to it, Cloud Servers gives users the ability to configure server networks, create server snapshots and manage server resources, all in a friendly interface. Cloud Servers, available with either Linux or Windows operating systems and has a friendly, competitive billing model. Cloud Servers are backed by a specialized 24/7 Cloud Servers support team. Cloud Servers are also supported by the company's 24/7 Network Operations Center and Security Operations Team at no additional expense.
"It has always been Go Daddy's primary mission to help businesses grow through our cost-effective, reliable, feature-rich products," said Go Daddy CEO Warren Adelman. "Cloud Servers is a Go Daddy innovation that takes the complexity out of a complicated technology, yet gives users a substantial range of sophistication."
Go Daddy Vice President of Hosting Development Brian Krouse oversaw the development of the technology. "Cloud Servers takes 'Infrastructure-as-a-Service' to a whole new level," Krouse said. "Cloud Servers helps businesses that need both cost effective flexibility and scalability."
"Go Daddy Cloud Servers offers advanced networking features bundled into an affordable easy-to-use solution," said IDC Analyst Melanie Posey. "This approach is different from competitors' cloud models and offers customers a high degree of functionality and support at a reasonable price point."
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