Orlando, FL (PRWEB) March 3, 2011
Atlantic.Net, a privately held leading hosting solutions provider, announced today that it has released a free application programming interface (API) for its world-class cloud computing platform, allowing customers to more efficiently utilize its robust functionality. Tasks such as provisioning new servers, deleting existing servers, and turning power on and off can now be handled with a few lines of code, rather than having to access a web interface.
“Our RESTful API provides developers, system administrators, and resellers the freedom to control and automate their Atlantic.Net cloud services via the programming language of their choice,” said Josh Simon, Director of Data Center Services for Atlantic.net. “Combined with our easy-to-use point-and-click web-based cloud portal, users of any technical ability can now efficiently manage their cloud resource in the way that’s most comfortable and useful for them.”
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses address their server and computing needs, eliminating the time and expense formerly associated with server management and provisioning. The cloud API is just the latest way Atlantic.Net is adding value to its industry-leading hosting solutions.
Atlantic.Net is offering a free trial credit of $15 for new customers who commit to trying out its cloud computing suite by March 31. The free trial, including free setup with no contract or commitment, is available at http://www.atlantic.net/cloud.
Established in 1994, Atlantic.Net is a market-leading hosting solutions provider renowned for providing exceptional infrastructure as a service and simplifying complex technologies. Serving as a trusted advisor to the global community with its innovative, industry-specific hosting solutions, the company is dedicated to implementing custom-tailored solutions that allow organizations to reinvigorate their bottom line. It operates a SAS 70 Type II audited and certified hosting solutions platform to assist businesses with their advanced IT needs. For more information, visit http://www.atlantic.net.
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