|By Cloud News Desk||
|February 4, 2009 06:05 AM EST||
Create a new Mosso-powered site - and even add some email accounts - in less than five minutes with Cloud Sites. Load-Balancing, clustering, and redundant storage are all inherited by applications automatically. From the first byte served, sites are hosted on advanced clustered technology designed for high-traffic, high-performance websites. When the site grows bigger than what's included, customers pay inexpensive scale pricing for exactly what is used and nothing more.
Scale Your Bandwidth
Starts at 500GB/mo. As much as you need for 25¢ per GB
Scale Your SAN Storage
Starts at 50GB/mo. As much as you need for 50¢ per GB
Scale Your Computer
Starts at 10,000 compute cycles/mo. As many as you need for 1¢ per compute cycle
Most of the new hosting platforms require custom-code and architecture to make your application work. Mosso is different because it's designed to run applications with little modification. The Mosso platform is built on existing web standards, which means customers get the benefits of a scalable platform--for free--spending zero time coding towards custom APIs or data schemas.
- No hardware to manage, no devices to configure.
- It runs what you have and works like you'd think.
- Fully supported. Customer service available any hour, day or night.
Starts at $100/month.
To learn more about Mosso's Cloud Sites and offers, click here.
"We work in the area of Big Data analytics and Big Data analytics is a very crowded space - you have Hadoop, ETL, warehousing, visualization and there's a lot of effort trying to get these tools to talk to each other," explained Mukund Deshpande, head of the Analytics practice at Accelerite, in this SYS-CON.tv interview at 18th Cloud Expo, held June 7-9, 2016, at the Javits Center in New York City, NY.
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