New Ubuntu Virtual Machine Options
Ubuntu virtual machines come in many types. Here at Bitronic we believe that better infrastucture and better service are the way to go. Our Ubuntu VPS run on Xen. Xen is a great kernel and lends itself well to Ubuntu. Our new Ubuntu virtual machine options for the fall are now available. We have doubled the RAM available on all of the packages. We offer all recent builds of Ubuntu from Lucid Lynx to Utopic Unicorn (10.04-14.10). They all deploy in just a few minutes in our Tier 4, fully automated NYC data center.
If you are a developer looking for a quick dev box, a student who wants to learn more about Linux or an enterprise who needs a large scale deployment, we've got you covered. Our scalable virtualization allows you to instantly expand your resource allotment based upon your deployment's changing needs. Whether your growth patterns are consistent, or vary greatly, our scalable system gives you peace of mind that comes with knowing that the necessary computing power will be available on your demand. Our Ubuntu virtual machines are scalable up to 16 cores and 32GB RAM.
The Best Ubuntu Virtual Machine Hosting
Ubuntu VPS Hosting from Bitronic Technologies is top-of-class in both performance and reliability. Our Ubuntu virtual private servers are customized and they run on Xen kernel. We also offer smaller virtual machines starting at just a few dollars per month. All of our virtual private server accounts include OS reloads, SSH console, reports, bandwidth graphing, and so much more. This makes managing your Ubuntu VPS hosting simple. Each core is equivalent to an Intel Xeon 2.4GHz or greater. Plus we offer free VPS migration assistance in most cases.
With Ubuntu VPS hosting from Bitronic Technologies you get hardware redundancy on every level, from network connectivity to disk storage. So you can have peace of mind. Not to mention that our Ubuntu VPS are extremely stable, so your virtual machine will handle load well.
Article Name: New Ubuntu Virtual Machine Options
Author: Bryan Apperson
Sunday, August 17, 2014