OnApp, the developer of only current cloud deployment and management software designed specifically for the web hosting industry, has announced the launching of the 2.2 version of its cloud management software. This newer version of the software contains new feature that can be used by the typical web hosting companies and their clients, as opposed to the other older versions that were a lot more complex and expensive and were mainly marketed for bigger web hosting providers.
This new version is offered to even the smallest web hosting providers and can be set up in just as little as 24 hours. Current costumers of OnApp can request an upgrade of this service through the support team for no cost. The newer version includes features such as introduces autoscaling, load balancing for virtual machines that are hosted in the cloud as well as support for the Free BSD operating system.
According to an estimate by web hosting industry analysts, The 451 Group, in April 2011, there were 500 global public clouds. Today the developer of only current cloud deployment powers well over 400 clouds for web hosting providers around the world. The company claims to believe that it is the obvious market leader is this sector of the industry.
In April 2011 that there were 500 global public clouds, according to an estimate from hosting industry analysts, The 451 Group. Today OnApp software powers well over 400 clouds for hosting providers around the world. OnApp believes it is the clear market leader in this sector.
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