Managed Cloud Services Provider SoftSys Hosting Announces New PaaS Solution
November 15, 2018
Managed cloud services provider Softsys Hosting USA, Inc. (SoftSys Hosting) has announced the launch of a new Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) solution. Softsys Hosting, which has headquarters in Wilmington, Delaware, United States, was established in 2006. The company bills itself as “the most affordable, reliable and flexible hosting provider in the world today”. It places great value on an “exceptional customer satisfaction program” and offers a broad suite of services that include shared, cloud and reseller hosting alongside Virtual Private Server (VPS) options and dedicated servers. Its new PaaS solution is a ‘Scalable Elastic Cloud Platform’ called ‘ScalElastic’.
ScalElastic is a cloud management platform charged on an ‘as used’ basis. It offers a self-managed platform where applications can be created and run. It also provides cloud automation that facilities service customization and self management. The solution allows hosted resources to be scaled rapidly and at a level of scaling elasticity that “provides a new level of flexibility and efficiency”. Once setup the system scales automatically and without the need for human involvement. The up and down scaling includes “clusterization for the key instances” including application servers, load balancers, and databases.
"ScalElastic is a revolution for our hosting clients,” explained SoftSys Hosting’s President Ruchir Shastri. “It is a Platform-as-a-Service solution offering faster time to market, simplified deployment and reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for our customers. It is based on the multi cloud platform from Jelastic, an innovative leading provider dedicated to accelerate and simplify cloud services for an increasingly agile and cost sensitive user community in custom software development and cloud application deployment such as CMS and e-commerce."
Each of Softsys Hosting’s options is underpinned by a 99.9% uptime guarantee. The company offers its services through data centers in a total of 17 locations in the United States, Europe, Asia and Australia. These include facilities in Denver, Colorado and Chicago, Illinois, United States.
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