Scalability of Infrastructure, efficiency in cost and security of resources pose a vital question to IaaS providers and datacenters. Should they keep their infrastructure in-house or adopt the Cloud wholesale? Now no need for them to look further as Hosting Controller delivers the best of both. Built around the core technologies of Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware ESXi, the traditional IaaS delivery extension of Hosting Controller empowers providers of any size to raise a virtual setup (Windows, Linux), ground up in minutes, permits end users to control their virtual servers from the web, provides central control and certainly fits the bill.
The Cloud IaaS delivery wing of Hosting Controller on the other hand comprises of some of the most potent public Clouds including Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. The extensible architecture of these underlying platforms lets providers and end users alike take advantage of:
HC IaaS Platform not only eases transition from traditional Web Hosting to VPS Hosting but also lets all stake holders in the hosting chain (providers, resellers/Value-Added Resellers (VARs), end users) go viral instantly.
Hosting Controller takes advantage of Hyper-V failover clustering to extend resilience to your virtual
infrastructure. It brings a fortified solution where if a problem is encountered, workloads are
shifted to other nodes, ensuring constant uptime.
In the perilous world of service provisioning one of the most sought-after features is failover capability. As a VPS provider you should always ensure high availability of your virtual servers. Hyper-V failover clustering provides a helpful option to shift your server workloads to other hosts in case of failure. Hosting Controller takes advantage of Hyper-V failover clustering to extend resilience to your virtual infrastructure, bringing a fortified solution where if a problem is encountered, workloads are shifted to other nodes, ensuring constant uptime.How Failover Clustering Works