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  1. #1
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    GoDaddy lança VPS KVM com cobrança por tempo de uso e teste grátis por30 dias

    Crie, teste, clone e destrua instâncias virtuais com servidores em nuvem GoDaddy.

    Virtualização KVM OpenStack.

    Planos (data center nos EUA):

    20 GB
    Não mais de
    R$ 19,99 /mês
    (R$ 0,0297 /hora)
    Memória de 512 MB
    Processador de 1 núcleo
    Disco SSD de 20 GB
    Transferência de 1 TB

    30 GB
    Não mais de
    R$ 39,99 /mês
    (R$ 0,0595 /hora)
    Memória de 1 GB
    Processador de 1 núcleo
    Disco SSD de 30 GB
    Transferência de 2 TB

    40 GB
    Não mais de
    R$ 72,00 /mês
    (R$ 0,1071 /hora)
    Memória de 2 GB
    Processador de 2 núcleos
    Disco SSD de 40 GB
    Transferência de 3 TB

    60 GB
    Não mais de
    R$ 119,99 /mês
    (R$ 0,1786 /hora)
    Memória de 4 GB
    Processador de 2 núcleos
    Disco SSD de 60 GB
    Transferência de 4 TB

    80 GB
    Não mais de
    R$ 239,99 /mês
    (R$ 0,3571 /hora)
    Memória de 8 GB
    Processador de 4 núcleos
    Disco SSD de 80 GB
    Transferência de 8 TB


    • Cobrança de serviços públicos
    • Painel de controle e API avançados, porém simples
    • Desempenho elevado de SSD
    • Provisionamento em 54 segundos
    • Virtualização KVM OpenStack
    • Snapshots
    • Backups
    • Rede privada
    • Atribuição de IP permanente


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    Suporte ao cliente por profissionais da GoDaddy

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    Avisos de isenção de responsabilidade do produto

  2. #2
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010

    GoDaddy launches AWS-style servers and apps to build, test and scale cloud services

    Ingrid Lunden
    March 21, 2106

    GoDaddy, the web hosting and domain registration company that went public last year, is adding new cloud services to grow the revenues it makes from the 14 million small businesses that make up the majority of its customer base. Today it’s taking the wraps off Cloud Servers and Cloud Applications — Amazon-style features that will let companies build, test and scale cloud solutions on GoDaddy’s infrastructure.

    Jeff King, SVP and GM of Hosting and Security, says GoDaddy is entering the market aiming not at high-end app makers but smaller businesses that are making the move to cloud services. Pricing is built around a “pay as you go” model, and it starts at $5/month the 20GB option (working out to $0.01/hour), for 512MB of memory, 1 core processor, 20BM SSD disk and 1TB of transfer, through to the 80GB option, which is capped at $80/month (or $0.12/hour) for 8GB of memory, 4 core processor, 80GB SSD disk and 8TB of transfers.

    It’s important to note that while these features are “Amazon-style”, GoDaddy believes it’s filling a niche that AWS is not actually serving that well right now: smaller businesses that need cloud services that complement a wider business that may not be in the cloud.

    “It’s a long way to get to that,” King said of the scale and audience that AWS largely addresses. “We’re really about enabling small business to get started and grow. You have a long way to go on GoDaddy’s before you consider bringing your business into a dedicated data center.”

    It’s not coming out of the blue for GoDaddy. The company has been building up its holdings in cloud services for a while now, most recently acquiring the public cloud customer division of Apptix for $22.5 million. And last year, it launched GoDaddy Pro — a portal that also gives customers the option of using GoDaddy for various SaaS activities like WordPress hosting, running virtual private services — and now added to that cloud servers and apps.

    GoDaddy’s move to launch cloud servers and apps comes at an interesting time of increased competition among Amazon and other providers.

    On a high level, Amazon’s AWS business has largely dominated the market for companies that are building and deploying apps in the cloud, nabbing some of the world’s biggest online companies as customers. More recently, there have been some high-profile movements, such as Dropbox taking more control of some of its own services; Spotify teaming with Google, and Apple reportedly also diversifying the third parties it works with in the cloud.

    By many estimates, changes like these are unlikely to have a lasting impact on AWS’s bottom line, but they underscore the competitiveness in the market and how a business intent on winning more business in this area can find windows of opportunity.

    For GoDaddy, that has meant building relatively quickly and outsourcing some aspects of the platform. Specifically, the Cloud Apps feature is being powered by Bitnami, a startup originally incubated at Y Combinator that offers users a library of some 130 apps and development environments that they can then use and host with GoDaddy. Bitnami itself is agnostic and also gives users the option of hosting with AWS, Microsoft’s Azure, Google and others.

    Bitnami’s VP of marketing David Dennis said that the startup is already profitable and is partnering with GoDaddy here to grow its business, but there is no financial investment being made from the bigger company, nor is there currently a prospect of the two getting even cosier with a potential acquisition down the line.

    “We think there is a benefit to being a trusted source for multiple cloud platforms,” he said.

    The wider context is that GoDaddy has been building up a suite of services for web companies and small businesses to help build the touch points that it has with customers who may initially turn to GoDaddy to register or host a domain, but have in the past turned to other providers to manage the rest of their online business. These have included acquiring startups like to add on mobile app building services; and back in 2013 buying Media Temple, the well-regarded web hosting and services company.

    GoDaddy Cloud Servers are integrated with GoDaddy’s Domains and DNS services. The new cloud offering from GoDaddy is available in 26 languages in 44 countries/territories and 53 markets, the company said.

  3. #3
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010
    "Crie, teste, clone e destrua instâncias virtuais com servidores em nuvem GoDaddy."

  4. #4
    WHT-BR Top Member
    Data de Ingresso
    Dec 2010
    Currently available DCs: Phoenix, AZ and Ashburn, VA . Coming soon: Singapore and Amsterdam

    OS choices ArchLinux, CentOS (6.7, 7.2), CoreOS, Debian (7,8), Fedora 23, FreeBSD 10.2, and Ubuntu 14.04
    Ashburn, VA location
    System Info
    Processor    : Intel Xeon E312xx (Sandy Bridge)
    CPU Cores   : 1
    Frequency   : 2399.998 MHz
    Memory       : 494 MB
    Swap          : 512 MB
    I/O (1st run)     : 853 MB/s
    I/O (2nd run)    : 816 MB/s
    I/O (3rd run)    : 942 MB/s
    Average I/O     : 870 MB/s

    Location Provider Rate
    CDN Cachefly 100MB/s

    Atlanta, GA, US Coloat 76.4MB/s
    Dallas, TX, US Softlayer 48.9MB/s
    Seattle, WA, US Softlayer 5.73MB/s
    San Jose, CA, US Softlayer 25.9MB/s
    Washington, DC, US Softlayer 73.9MB/s

    Tokyo, Japan Linode 14.8MB/s
    Singapore Softlayer 2.30MB/s

    Rotterdam, Netherlands 12.1MB/s
    Haarlem, Netherlands Leaseweb 3.84MB/s
    • Backups are automated and done every few days
    • Standard cloud panel management features: SSH keys, snapshots
    • Private Network: 1 private non-public IP address
    • Console
    • No firewall management/rules
    • No IPv6
    • No ISO uploads
    • No object storage
    • No extra storage volumes
    • Setting rDNS for an IP seems to only be possible if the domain is registered through the same GoDaddy account and uses GoDaddy DNS

    note: the free 30 day trial is apparently for 1 server only. Additional servers are being billed standard rates.

    Verdict: platform will appeal to many of those 14 million existing GoDaddy small business owners who are mostly tech clueless and have outgrown GoDaddy's shared hosting. There probably won't be many existing AWS customers (or AWS wannabe clone DO and Vultr customers) or people using OpenStack with other providers switching to GD's platform.
    Testes e análise: DomainBop
    Última edição por 5ms; 21-03-2016 às 17:49.

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