Forgive the sheep puns. We’re just excited, because today we’re launching our new range of Large RAM Servers.
We’ll put our money where your mouth is when you tweet about VPS.NET.
Who said talk was cheap? It certainly wasn’t anyone in the VPS.NET offices. In fact, over here, talk can be pretty lucrative.Today, we’re launching a special offer, which rewards you with $5 of account credit when you tweet about the great experiences you’ve had with VPS.NET.
You can use your 140 characters to boast how VPS.NET has benefited your business, website, or application. Alternatively, tell us why you’ve developed a soft-spot for the features we offer, like auto-scaling or instant failover. Just include #vpsrewards and the URL VPS.NET.
Earning your credit is child’s play.As soon as we see your message go live, we’ll make a payment of $5 into your VPS.NET account. It’ll take a maximum of 14 days to clear, then you can take your virtual shopping trolley and go wild in the aisles.
The best bit? We’re not limiting you to one credit per person. You can build up a little nest-egg of VPS.NET credit by tweeting up to 4 times. Just make sure you leave a minimum of a week between tweets and you’re laughing all the way to the bank.
Rules Of The Game
This offer is open to any customer with an active VPS.NET account. You need to make sure your twitter handle is registered with us before you tweet , so we’ll know which account to credit. You can do this here. The $5 credit will be issued following the posting of a positive tweet about VPS.NET or its services. VPS.NET will make the final decision on which tweets are eligible for payment. Payouts will be made within 14 days of being approved. VPS.NET will pay a maximum of $20 per account (4 x $5 tweets). VPS.NET can withdraw this offer at any time.
For easy, time-saving websites, get on the Ghost train.
Spectres are renowned for creating chills. And Ghost is no different. This new publishing platform, created as an alternative to WordPress, is sending shivers down the spines of bloggers and website builders around the world. That’s why VPS.NET is now offering instant set-up of Ghost in the VPS.NET cloud.
Why do they call it the waiting game? There’s nothing fun about waiting. That’s why VPS.NET has just launched a range of Instant Servers.
Four clicks and 90 seconds is all it takes to get set up with a cloud server from VPS.NET. All you have to do is make 3 easy choices, listed below, and you’ll be flying.
The cloud server environment offered by leading web hosting companies over the Internet is transforming the way a small business or independent contractor does business on the web.
While several years ago, just having a website presence was considered enough for online success, this has matured into a much more competitive landscape where generating leads online is now a cutthroat and demanding business.
We all know a cloud server allows for more control over your online presence without having to share precious resources with hundreds of others. In fact, one of the most important attributes of a valuable cloud server is the amount of RAM available, especially when it’s most needed. If you find the performance of your website is struggling, it could be that a lack of sufficient RAM is to blame. So how do you know when to look into getting some more RAM?
Two forms of server hosting have traditionally dominated the web hosting arena: shared hosting and dedicated server hosting. But in the last decade a new IT trend has swept the Internet unleashing a new hosting paradigm inside complex, international data centers. It’s name is cloud computing.
While the term cloud computing may have become something of a marketing buzzword, the virtualization technology that underlies it is very real and very powerful. First introduced in the 1960s by IBM, it has evolved to a level where just about every Fortune 500 Company in the world is using some variant of the cloud to make their IT processes more affordable and effective.
As cloud computing continues to gain popularity through popular storage packages such as Dropbox and Google Docs, some of the greatest technological strides in this IT sector are taking place in web hosting data centers that offer Virtual Private Servers (VPS) or Cloud Servers.
A VPS or Cloud Server has arguably become one of the most popular hosting platforms for independent contractors, web developers, bloggers and ISVs, all of which seek near perfect uptime, performance, stability and affordability.
VPS hosting or Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a specialized form of web hosting encompassed under one of the hottest IT trends of the 21st Century know as cloud computing or cloud hosting.
IBM was the pioneer in an older technology called “time-sharing” which allowed programmers to somewhat cumbrously share resources on the same computer through multiple terminals or primitive workstations. This later evolved into a modern day version know as virtualization that has transformed server technology and web hosting in general.
Many consumers of web content and applications streamed over the Internet to their devices may be unaware of the sophisticated data center and delivery apparatus put in place by web hosting customers to meet the ‘need for speed’ that both Google and customers are demanding.
To make data and apps fast – really fast – they are building new datacenter infrastructure in locations around the world in an effort to bring content closer to the physical device the end-user is using no matter where he or she is located.