Razor Servers launches “Get a Cloud” Cloud Servers

Web Hosting ForumPhiladelphia, PA. – Razor Servers announces the general availability of “Get a Cloud” cloud services.

Using Compellent Enterprise Storage from Dell, Juniper 10G Networking, Intel Xeon E5 Hex Core servers and Onapp, “Get a Cloud” provides clients with a system based on speed and performance, affordably. Clients are provided with features such as High Availability, Automatic Failover, Instant Deployment, External Firewalls and 10G connectivity with every cloud server. “Get a Cloud” includes all of the high level Enterprise Cloud Services at no additional charge. This provides clients with the unique experience of receiving services generally reserved only for much larger clients at a fraction of the price.

“We have spent the better part of three years building and developing our cloud server hosting system. Using Compellent with Onapp allows us to provide clients with a hosting experience not seen from other providers.” said Matt Kelly, President of Razor, Inc., “We also spent a great deal of time on the client interface. It was vitally important for us to provide the client with an excellent all around experience. They will be using this system on their own 24/7 and we are supremely confident clients will appreciate the time we have taken to create this self serve experience for them.”

“Get a Cloud” cloud servers are available immediately through the manage.getacloud.net website. Choices of Windows and Linux operating systems, jumpbox templates, MSSQL, AnyCast DNS and global CDN services are available.

About Razor
“Get a Cloud” by Razor Servers provides managed and unmanaged cloud servers, CDN, AnyCast DNS and other services to clients around the world. “Get a Cloud” by Razor Servers is headquartered in West Chester, PA and operates two data centers in downtown Philadelphia.

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