CloudMGR Launches New Amazon Web Service Module for WHMCS

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CloudMGR launches new Amazon Web Service module for WHMCS that offers Hosters, Agencies & IT Service Providers the ability to sell, provision and support AWS solutions via WHMCS

AWS Module for WHMCS

AWS Module for WHMCS

“WHMCS is excited to see CloudMGR integrate with our product to provide AWS services" Said Matt Pugh CEO WHMCS

Cloud Manager Inc., the San Francisco and Brisbane, Australia-based company, enables Hosters, Agencies & IT Service Providers the ability to sell, provision and support Amazon Service Solutions via WHMCS.

“WHMCS is excited to see CloudMGR integrate with our product to provide AWS services. By extending the functionality to include cloud management tools, CloudMGR provides hosting companies and services providers a unique opportunity to extend their product portfolios and tap into Cloud Hosting for their businesses,“ said Matt Pugh, CEO of WHMCS.

“We've had a lot of experience in developing Cloud services over the past 8 years, and wanted to ensure we addressed the needs of the hosting industry as well. So we hooked up with a few industry veterans, like Jim Walker with TVC.Net and HackRepair.com. Jim was extremely helpful in getting our CloudMGR services ready for the hosting market,” said Craig Deveson of CloudMGR.

"There are a lot of companies promoting 'the cloud' but very few have managed to wrangle Amazon Web Services (AWS) into a service even non-technical web developers can order, setup and use in literally minutes. And that's only the tip of the iceberg. Toss in the virtually seamless AWS with cPanel integration that the team have developed and you'll begin to see why I believe CloudMGR is one of the most exciting cloud based hosting solutions developed in 2014." Jim Walker President TVC.Net

CloudMGR was aware of a need in the market for making cloud services easier to use for non-technical web developers. CloudMGR solves the problem that Amazon Web Services (AWS) creates, by making ordering and setup quick and easy for web developers. By integrating WHMCS, AWS, and cPanel - CloudMGR has created a virtually seamless cloud platform that can easily be used by the masses.

“CloudMGR is easy to use, easy to manage and makes automating and deploying AWS images through WHMCS a breeze”, said Gregory Young Owner Alternative Hosting

In addition, web developers can now provision, bill, support, and manage their customers using AWS as their cloud infrastructure. Web developers only need an standard AWS account, WHMCS license, and a CloudMGR account. This is great for startups or companies that want to tap into the power of AWS without the learning curve.

Web developers & designers can get started quickly by visiting http://www.cloudmgr.com/whmcs

About Cloud Manager Inc.

Cloud Manager Inc. (http://www.cloudmgr.com/ ), with offices in San Francisco and Brisbane Australia, was an early AWS Technology partner. The company today has extended its commitment by making AWS easier to use and offering more integrations so companies can begin to capitalize on cloud computing.

Contact: Craig Deveson, CEO
craig.deveson(at)cloudmgr(dot)com
P +1 415 375 9797
http://www.cloudmgr.com

About WHMCS

WHMCS was first launched back in 2005 with the aim to try and combine billing and support into a single package. Initially designed to work only with cPanel/WHM (hence the WHM part of our name), WHMCS quickly gained popularity as people saw the benefits of having everything integrated, and soon expanded to

For more information about WHMCS and products, please visit http://www.whmcs.com

About Amazon Web Services
Launched in 2006, Amazon Web Services, Inc. began exposing key infrastructure services to businesses in the form of web services -- now widely known as cloud computing. Today, Amazon Web Services provides a highly reliable, scalable, low-cost infrastructure platform in the cloud that powers hundreds of thousands of enterprise, government and startup customers businesses in 190 countries around the world. Amazon Web Services offers over 30 different services, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). AWS Cloud services are available to customers from data center locations in the U.S., Brazil, Europe, Japan, Singapore, Australia and China.

For more information about AWS please visit aws.amazon.com

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