Cloud Beta Launches at Below Market Pricing from Codero
March 22nd, 2011
Codero launches Cloud hosting as it was intended—a cost-effective alternative to other hosting solutions while providing the benefit of scalability as traffic demands.
Lenexa, Kan. – March 22, 2011 – Codero announces the launch of its Cloud hosting beta this week at competitive prices for both the monthly and hourly billing terms. For a limited time, prices are even further below market price for those who sign up during the initial beta period. Set-up for both plans is at no charge and no contracts are required.
The new on-demand service from Codero is available as both a pay monthly plan and an hourly plan. The hourly Cloud Computing plan allows consumers to turn on additional resources when their business demands it, and turn them off when their business does not, paying per hour of resource utilization, instead of being forced into a monthly commitment. Cloud is designed to be elastic to accommodate traffic spikes and other variable load applications.
According to Vice President of Development, Nicholas Gaugler, “Putting applications or websites in the Cloud at Codero allows you to run them in a highly available virtualized environment. You can increase resources and create one or 100 Cloud VM instances and have them ready in a matter of minutes, preinstalled with the configuration you choose and save as a template for the future. The beauty of Cloud is that you can customize your solution without worrying about the hardware behind the scenes and whether or not it will grow with your business. It really helps you focus your attention more on your business, not the intricacies of web hosting.”
The Codero Cloud is especially well suited for sites that expect to grow rapidly and sites with cyclical traffic. It has a control panel giving users the ability to manage their entire Cloud offering online. Codero’s Cloud provides the benefit of changing the resources allocated to an existing Cloud VM, whether you want to increase or decrease the processing power, RAM or hard drive space.