VPS.NET Adds Ability to Rapidly Clone and Deploy Cloud VPS Servers

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New feature makes it possible to launch heavily customized Cloud VPS Servers in just minutes

VPS.NET has announced the latest addition to their increasing feature set, with the ability to clone and deploy cloud servers within the same datacenter. The new feature allows clients to take an existing cloud server, and clone it to create an entirely new server.

The clone and deploy feature is immediately available to VPS.NET client’s worldwide, and can be used in any of its cloud locations. The primary benefit the clone and deploy feature offers clients is the ability to create a completely customized image based off 190 different options, and rapidly deploy the image to a new server.

The new feature comes completely free of charge, allowing clients to create a single snapshot of a server, which they can then deploy to new servers. The company plans to add the capability to clone a server to different datacenter in future releases of the tool. At the present time clients are restricted to deploying new servers to the same datacenter as the originally cloned server.

“The new feature saves our clients a lot of time when deploying multiple servers. They’re able to simply setup one server and use the clone and deploy option to create a different server to their exact specifications as they setup with the original server”, said Rus Foster, M.D. of VPS.NET.

VPS.NET operates one of the largest cloud hosting systems in the world. It offers affordable cloud hosting to everyday users, while giving enterprise users the flexibility they need to adequately scale and handle their growing IT demands. VPS.NET is a division of the UK2Group, which provides domain registration and web hosting services to thousands of customers globally through its family of hosting brands - UK2.net, midPhase.com, WestHost.com, 100TB.com, Anhosting.com, Resell.biz, and VI.net. VPS.NET is committed to providing secure and reliable products and services underpinned with excellent support. For more information about VPS.NET, please visit http://www.vps.net.

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