St. Louis, Missouri – (The Hosting News) – October 29, 2008 – Managed and dedicated server hosting provider, REDPLAID, is offering a server sale, including substantial discounts ranging from $129 to $248 per month, for significant savings.
REDPLAID manages thousands of customer devices and occasionally has dedicated servers, firewalls and load balancers that become available as customers’ environments change.
Rusty Putzler, Vice President of REDPLAID Managed Hosting remarked, ”Our customers are very pleased to realize savings of 15% to 35% or more on our ”Racked and Ready” server components. These discounted servers have been fully wiped according to DOD standards and meet REDPLAID’s strict standards for reliability and security.”
Racked and Ready servers are regularly updated as the inventory changes and are listed on REDPLAID’s website at www.redplaid.com/server_sale.html. Components are available on a first-come, first-served basis. All Racked and Ready server components are still under warranty, and have been fully secured and reformatted.
The servers are available either as Unmanaged servers or as Managed servers that include REDPLAID’s Managed Hosting Plan with managed data backups, advanced monitoring, and extensive managed security features.. All Racked and Ready servers come with Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux, or Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition (1 CPU). All servers purchased from REDPLAID’s Racked and Ready inventory are backed by REDPLAID’s Service Level Agreement, which offers money-back penalties to Customers should strict standards for reliability, security and support not be met.
REDPLAID Managed Hosting provides the most reliable, affordable, responsive, and secure Windows dedicated hosting and Linux dedicated hosting to run business-critical 24/7 applications and ecommerce environments. REDPLAID offers the highest level of security in the dedicated hosting industry with a 100% Secure Guarantee within REDPLAID’s industry leading Service Level Agreement with money-back penalties should strict security standards not be achieved.
To learn more, please visit: www.redplaid.com.