FreeBSD 8.1 and ZFS launched for cloud servers

CloudSigma launches FreeBSD 8.1 and ZFS in the Cloud Zürich, Wednesday 27 October 2010 CloudSigma AG, a leading European provider of cloud servers, is delighted to announce the addition of FreeBSD and by extension ZFS to its cloud computing platform. A FreeBSD 8.1 pre-installed cloud server is now available for instant deployment from CloudSigma’s public […]

Server Monitoring: The foundation of good cloud infrastructure

Moving from traditional servers to cloud servers and infrastructure provides a golden opportunity to re-think computing architecture in order to take advantage of the flexibility and responsiveness that the cloud has to offer. Not often discussed, server monitoring has only gained in importance with the move to the cloud. In this blog post I outline […]

Ubuntu 10.10 Cloud Servers with full root access and 14 day free trial announced

Zürich, Thursday 14 October 2010CloudSigma AG, a leading European provider of cloud servers is pleased to announce the launch of a new range of pre-installed Ubuntu 10.10 servers in its cloud. CloudSigma customers can now enjoy the new features of Ubuntu’s new ‘Maverick Meerkat’ release in the form of instantly deployable high performing cloud servers. […]

FreeBSD Cloud Hosting

FreeBSD Servers in the Cloud from CloudSigma Run FreeBSD on our cloud servers with full root control. Benefit from our completely open software and networking layers, enabling you to fully customise your cloud infrastructure. Discover high performing FreeBSD cloud computing with CloudSigma! You will immediately notice the difference when using cloud servers compared with traditional […]

Cloud Servers and Cloud Hosting

CloudSigma is one of the fastest growing cloud computing companies in the world. The reason: High performing cloud servers starting from just $0.026/euro;0.02 per hour! Discover the difference With our unique features you won’t look back: No instance sizes, specify your own server size A free choice of operating system; Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, you choose! […]