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We’ve created the fastest and most convenient cloud technology to help you easily and more efficiently manage your infrastructure so you can get back to coding. We provide all of our users with high-performance SSD Hard Drives, flexible API, and the ability to select to nearest data center location.
All of our cloud servers are provisioned in as little as 55 seconds. - your machine is online and pinging fast.
SSD hard drives will improve performance of your site dramatically, from faster disk i/o performance.
All servers come with 1Gb/sec. network interface. Plans start with 1TB per month and increase incrementally.
Our KVM virtualized droplets are designed to address a very high level of security and performance.
Our control panel focuses on usability, streamlining the complexities of traditional web hosting.
All cloud servers are built on powerful Multi-Core machines with dedicated ECC Ram and RAID SSD storage.
Private Networking enables Droplets to “talk” with other Droplets in the same datacenter. Traffic sent between Droplets across the private network will not count towards the bandwidth costs and can be used for database replication, file storage, and similar host to host communication.
Transfer a copy of your Droplet snapshot to all regions (Amsterdam, San Francisco, New York, and Singapore). Once you have transferred your snapshot to all regions, you will be able to spin up your image snapshot in any region from the Droplet create page.
We have created a simple name spaced API that provides complete control over your virtual private servers. All of the functionality that you find in our web control panel will be made available via the API. Today we support all of the major virtual server actions, allowing you to build your own control interface.
IPv6 addresses are now available for all Droplets in our Singapore region. Users can enable IPv6 during Droplet creation or on existing virtual servers without the need for a reboot. This will be the standard for all datacenter locations going forward.