Canadian cloud hosting provider, Canadian Web Hosting, has announced the general release of its custom cloud server types and custom SSD Cloud Servers that are now available in Toronto, ON and Vancouver, BC through their cloud hosting platform.
These new customizable cloud servers would allow customers to change sizes and resources to the exact number of virtual CPU, RAM and storage that they require. The new cloud server options are designed to let developers and businesses save money and maximize resources by only paying for cloud infrastructure that they need – rather than having to choose from predetermined instance types with fixed amounts of virtual CPU, RAM and storage.
These options include regular and high-performance cloud server types, such as highly available storage, “super-fast” SSD cloud storage or private clouds with options for most Linux and Windows operating systems (CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Windows servers, etc.).
“One of the biggest challenges customers experience when migrating workloads to the Canadian Cloud is choosing resources for their instance types,” said Kevin Liang, Chief Technology Officer at Canadian Web Hosting. “Several leading cloud infrastructure providers today have up to 40 instance types with no ability to customize the resources within each type. The complexity of choosing the right instance creates frustration and can add significant cost to the onboarding process into the cloud.”
Since 1998, Canadian Web Hosting has been providing on-demand hosting solutions that include shared web hosting, virtual private servers (VPS hosting), cloud hosting, dedicated servers, and Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) for Canadian companies of all sizes.