Lausanne, Switzerland, July 09, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Public cloud provider Exoscale today launched two new virtual machine instance types on its infrastructure as a service offering. The Mega and Titan instances allow customers to launch VMs with up to 16 cores and 128 GB of RAM, making them ideal for big data and other resource hungry workloads.
12 (2198 MHz each)
16 (2198 MHz each)
Mega and Titan build on Exoscale’s growing reputation as the ideal public cloud provider for teams who are building cloud-native infrastructure to support SaaS, big data and ecommerce use cases.
Exoscale’s CEO, Antoine Coetsier, said:
Scale-out is at the heart of cloud-native. For big data workloads more RAM and more CPU cores per machine are often most efficient. With Mega and Titan they’re giving teams bi-directional scaling: it’s supremely easy to scale out by adding more instances and also now to scale up when required.
With data centre locations in Geneva and near Zurich, Exoscale offers VMs running Ubuntu, Windows, CoreOS, OpenBSD and other operating systems. They also provide object storage, DNS and other services for teams putting SaaS, big data and ecommerce applications into production. Exoscale’s emphasis on simplicity, outstanding support and impeccable privacy have won them customers from start-ups and large enterprises working in banking, transportation, cyber security and many other sectors.
Notes for editors:
Exoscale is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland and has a development office in Berlin.
Earlier in 2016, Exoscale acquired the assets of the platform as a service provider cloudControl.
Investors in Exoscale include Swisscom Ventures.
Exoscale CEO Antoine Coetsier is available for interview.
Matthew Revell, Exoscale’s Director of Marketing and Community:
Phone: +44 7970 377 071