(The Hosting News) – Without a doubt, public cloud has been in demand as more and more companies look to innovate in the continuously popular area. On Thursday, another provider added its own cloud solution.
Colocation and IaaS operator Phoenix Nap announced its Secured Cloud product. It’s an offering that combines some pretty high support names including networking supported by Cisco, server virtualization backed by VMware, data storage through NetApp, and load balancing thanks to f5.
The company says it’s currently accepting sign-ups for the solution and the cloud appears to be compatible with operating systems such as Microsoft Windows Server, CentOS, and Red Hat.
Commenting in a press release by the company, Pheonix NAP president Ian McClarty stated, “We are very excited to release Secured Cloud to market.”
“This public cloud offering we believe is unlike many other solutions in that it combines true enterprise-grade technologies on the back-end with a user interface that is simple enough for non-technical users and robust enough for tech-savvy individuals,” he went on to say.
Meanwhile, McClarty also discussed the platform’s user interface, stressing specifics such as “ease-of-use” and the cloud’s “pay-as-you-go pricing model.”
Specifically, the cloud is good for testing and storage. Aside from that, Phoenix NAP highlights features such as disaster recovery, redundancy & scalability, and growth potential.
Considering the pricing model, Phoenix NAP is offering a pretty neat tool for potential customers to calculate what Secure Cloud would cost them based on factors such as RAM, storage, VCPU, and whichever OS they’re planning to use. You can find that here (PhoenixNAP.com).
With its infrastructure solutions, PhoenixNAP specializes in areas including networking, server virtualization, and storage. For more information on Phoenix NAP’s new cloud offering, view a press release by the company here (PhoenixNAP.com).