Posts Tagged ‘cloud’

CentOS 6.2 cloud servers now available

Following the release of CentOS 6.2 in late December 2011, you can now deploy servers running the latest version of this popular Linux distribution in just a few seconds.

CentOS 6.2 is based on the upstream release EL 6.2 and includes packages from all variants. Read the full release notes.

Importantly. CentOS 6.2 extends ‘end of life’ to November 2017, meaning it will continue to receive updates some three years beyond the previous version. CentOS 5.7 will stop receiving updates in May 2014.

If you’re not yet using Serverlove and interested in trying out a cloud server with CentOS 6.2, sign-up for a free trial now.

New signup? Double your credit this Monday – today only!

How are your servers doing this Monday?

Today is one of the biggest online shopping days of the year, thanks to the import of an American tradition, Cyber Monday or Mega Monday. A quick search online reveals some hot UK deals that are almost too good to be true (20% off at Best Buy anyone?). But it’s also revealing the strain on shopping site servers, as Mega Monday turns into Manic Monday when thousands of consumers log on for a bargain at lunchtime and after work.

It’s times like this that hosting your servers in the cloud can really help. New product launch? Big sale? Or has your site hit Hacker News? With Serverlove, you can rapidly scale up your server in seconds, so you’re ready when that tweet from Stephen Fry or post on Reddit sends tens of thousands of curious visitors to your site.

Try us out. We’re joining in with this tradition and – today only – we’re doubling your credit when you sign-up with Serverlove. This means you get a whopping ¬£30 of credit to trial Serverlove. And there are pretty much no restrictions!

This is only valid until midnight tonight (28 November 2011, GMT) and for new sign-ups. Have a go with our scalable cloud servers because your hosting should give you Happy Mondays for years to come.

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