Kamatera Cloud conquers the French market
Far from being a simple trend in the world of computing, cloud computing primarily offers a new method of hosting applications and data with a number of benefits for businesses and developers. For developers, the cloud can focus on creating their applications without worrying about settings such as memory, storage, installation or server configuration, which settings can be managed by the providers.
The cloud is undeniably at the heart of the digital transformation and serves as a foundation for other technologies in the Internet of Things and artificial intelligence. This is the reason why suppliers are becoming more numerous. And even if we note some major players (who have been giants of technology for decades), there are other suppliers on the market, each with its particularity. Among these, we note Kamatera.
To conquer the French market, Kamatera gives the opportunity to developers and companies to test their cloud infrastructure, to make their own idea. Kamatera Cloud is available for free for a 30-day trial.
The company operates 13 data centers around the world, including 3 in Europe (Amsterdam, Frankfurt and London), and has developed a range of cloud infrastructure products, including cloud servers, cloud storage solutions, networks private cloud, cloud firewalls, fully managed clouds, and more.
Kamatera cloud servers can be launched with a wide range of different specifications. You can choose between 1 and 64 vCPU, a RAM ranging from 1 to 256 GB, and between 5 GB and tens of terabytes of bulk storage.
Due to the virtualized nature of Kamatera’s cloud computing infrastructure, the specifications are flexible, allowing you to launch a cloud server tailored to your specific needs. You can provision a server with the resources you need for as long as you want, and with the ability to change the configuration at any time.
It should also be noted that Kamatera’s infrastructure supports a wide variety of operating systems. It offers images for OS like Windows Server (all versions and all editions), Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, FreeBSD, Gentoo and OpenSUSE, among others.