Cloudways, a managed cloud hosting services platform providing four cloud infrastructure choices, namely DigitalOcean, Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), Google Cloud Engine, and Vultr, has announced its integration of DigitalOcean data center in Bangalore (Bengaluru), India.
The new Indian data center would help the huge number of startups as well as existing companies to host web applications “on a reliable and managed cloud infrastructure that offers blazing fast speeds,” according to Cloudways.
“The new data center from DigitalOcean in India on Cloudways will help a large number of startups and individuals in setting up their web applications with ease,” said Pere Hospital, CTO and co-founder of Cloudways. “With blazing fast performance and affordable plans, Cloudways Cloud Platform is a powerful app deployment solution for India and its neighboring regions.”
The Cloudways platform would ensure that any web application deployed on cloud servers delivers high performance, thanks to a unique optimization formula used on Cloudways. By combining the strength of Nginx, Varnish, Apache, and Memcached, the formula would ensure that websites load significantly faster.
Users can also install as many web apps as they require and the platform allows one free migration. Server management is free with Cloudways as well.