SingleOS Kicks Off Discount On Fuscan Cloud Hosting PaaS For cPanelAugust 7, 2011
SingleOS, the company that produces the Fuscan Linux Cloud, a Shared Cloud Hosting automation software for cPanel/WHM announced 50% discount on licenses during HostingCon 2011. The company is presented at booth #745 at the exhibition hall of HostingCon.
Share Hosting providers that want to take advantage of the discounted licenses of Fuscan can sign up from this page – https://www.singleos.com/accounts/cart.php. The code HOSTINGCON11 will cut the list price of the licenses…
The company also announced that its CTO Mr. Stoyan Marinov and CIO Mr. Abdullah Sheikh are hosting session "Building And Operating Cloud Computing Infrastructures For Shared Hosting Providers", which opens the "Technology + Operations" track of HostingCon 2011. The session will start at 9.00 AM, August 8th, 2011.
Fuscan Linux Cloud is a software platform as a service (PaaS) that features two automation products for Shared Hosting providers – LBC and EHA. Fuscan LBC is a load-balanced, shared root cluster (OS installation). It features software level redundancy (transparent service failover) and hardware level redundancy (power, cluster interconnect – when the system is deployed on a hardware recommended by SingleOS). It is naturally scalable and can be easily deployed of physical or virtual nodes.
Fuscan feature a speacial automation layer – Fuscan EHA (Enterprise Hosting Automation) – a High Availability system for cPanel Hosting Providers. It enables hosting companies to create their own Cloud infrastructures and to provide cPanel Cloud Hosting services in a load-balanced clustered environment, to optimize server management and to cut operational costs.
"Fuscan helps Shared hosting providers to decrease expenditure on hardware, to cut costs on software licenses and to save financial resources on system management" says the SingleOS CTO Dimitar Avramov. He also adds that a Fuscan based Shared Hosting infrastructure requires less support effort and that providers which use the software platform save money on infrastructure expansion.