Here at Solar VPS we have been hard at work improving the SolarSystem. From our product offerings to how we present them to you, we have been actively working for the past few months to improve your our overall customer Cloud hosting experience. On that note, we want to announce the release of three different additions to the SolarSystem: An improvement to SolarSystem Backup Solutions, a more fluid and streamlined order process for Plesk Control Panel and our brand new SolarSystem Knowledgebase (SolarSystem Information Dock).
SolarSystem R1 Soft Data Backup Solutions
For every web hosting consumer, regardless if you’re a professional blogger or a mid-level ecommerce firm selling high quality diamond products, the data you advertise to your consumers is highly important to you. From your public facing data, to the applications your virtual private server (VPS) is running, SolarSystem R1 Soft Data protection means your data will never go lost again. SolarSystem Data Backup Includes:
Plesk Control Panel Ordering Process
Plesk is a web hosting control panel which every Cloud Hosting Windows user loves. Before today, to order Plesk with Solar VPS, customers had to call our billing team – no more. To order Plesk control panel with any Windows VPS, simply enter our store and pick the appropriate OS template w/ Plesk Control Panel. Plesk is available for Windows Server 2012 (64 bit) and Windows 2008 R2 (64 bit). The charge for adding Plesk to your Windows Cloud VPS is $10.
SolarSystem Information Dock
Lastly, on April 1, 2013, we released out public SolarSystem knowledgebase. Called “SolarSystem Information Dock“, the space will serve SolarSystem users with a massive library of web hosting knowledge. Everything from basic cPanel commands, to LAMP stack information, to a custom produced video tutorial series on how to use the SolarSystem (and everything between – CentOS, Apache, Joomla, My SQL etc.) our information dock will serve consumers as their go to compendium of knowledge for everything Linux and Windows Cloud Hosting inside the SolarSystem.