Kyup, a container cloud hosting platform started by the founders of SiteGround and headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria, has announced the launch of two new data center locations in Europe and in the Asia Pacific region. This announcement comes on the heels of the public availability of Kyup’s secured container platform, which came to market in March 2015.
Kyup cloud hosting clients will now be able to choose from three server locations. The new data center in Amsterdam comes as a direct response to a multitude of requests by Kyup‘s customers for a European server location. The data center facility is top tier, with highly automated security and environmental monitoring.
The Singapore data center location will meet the rising demand of IT services and affordable, scalable cloud hosting in Asia while allowing clients to tap into the Australian and New Zealand tech scenes in tandem. Again, this would be a best-practices-based facility, maintaining multiple power feeds, fiber links, dedicated generators, and battery backup built from industry-leading hardware and equipment.
Kyup’s cloud hosting platform features include 5 second cloud server provisioning, auto scaling “with no downtime”, “reliable” backup, technical support, and a “low” pay-per-use cost.
“Our new locations and facilities were strategically chosen to offer extremely good connectivity, enterprise-class redundancy and high-end security,” said Tenko Nikolov, Kyup Founder and CEO. “This expansion will allow Kyup to provide existing and future customers with greater access to the European and Asian markets and offer our scalable container cloud infrastructure to the growing tech and startup communities in both these regions.”