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The advantages of our company
You can get the same configuration and support at half the price of the average level for a cloud hosting service, even with our monthly billing. And feel free to lock in more discounts with our long-term plans.
We offer a free trial of all applications on our Kubernetes cloud for 30 days. Our free trial allows you to enjoy the same experience as our paid service. No credit card required. You can virtually use our services without any hassle.
Our in-house professionals are available 24/7/365 to help resolve issues on your cloud hosting services, whenever you need, wherever you are.
Our expert team takes on the hosting management work, including system administration, maintenance, upgrade, and security, leaving you time and energy to concentrate on your business value.
On our Kubernetes cloud platform, we support 8 apps in different categories, such as database, Content Management System (CMS), and Ecommerce (ECOM). You can easily find the ones that best meet your needs. We will launch more apps, such as AI and IoT, in the future.
The intuitive control panel with comprehensive tools enables users to manage their applications conveniently. Application monitoring, backup, and recovery are significantly simplified and improved, saving time and energy for your business growth.
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Industry Dynamics and company development.
Today Cloud Clusters Inc. (cloudclusters.io) announced the migration of its Cloud Application Management Platform to Kubernetes. It is a big milestone meaning that CloudClusters has built up a hosting environment to support Cloud-Native applications.
Denver, Colorado, December 28, 2018 -- Cloud Clusters Inc., a cloud application hosting start-up based in Denver area, announced the general availability of managed CockroachDB hosting service (https://www.cockroachclusters.com/) on the latest Kubernetes