upCUBE.io First in Europe to Bring Docker Hosting Powered by KuberDock

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upCUBE.io pioneers KuberDock in Germany, allows customers to get Docker hosting to quickly launch their applications.

CloudLinux, the maker of KuberDock, the platform for allowing hosting providers to launch dockerized application hosting, today announced that Linevast hosting company is first in Europe to launch Docker hosting powered by KuberDock. Linevast’s Docker hosting service upCUBE.io offers a fully scalable Docker environment serving the needs of customers for agile development and application deployment. It allows them to choose and deploy containers for hosting any of the dockerized applications. With its flexible usage-based billing system, customers only pay for what they actually use as their container environments scale with their project.

Through the KuberDock platform, upCUBE.io customers have easy access to DockerHub, the world’s biggest collection of ready-to-use Docker applications. Customers can even connect their own private repositories to upCUBE.io’s hosting environment.

“We have invested a lot into building our redundant and highly-available infrastructure, and KuberDock now helps us make much better use of our IT,” said Valentin Küpper, CEO of upCUBE. “We’ve acquired an incredible amount of customers in the past 2 months since launch, and now they can scale resources ordered based on the apps they run, without being limited by pre-configured plans, system and feature limitation. To achieve this without KuberDock would be nearly impossible”.

upCUBE.io offers the following to their customers:

  • Scalable Docker hosting environment
  • Ability to launch the environment and applications within seconds
  • Access to over 100K Dockerized applications through DockerHub
  • Visual and feature-rich UI, with real-time monitoring
  • Persistent storage for unprecedented flexibility to storing data
  • A CLI for those who prefer to manage containers by using their terminal
  • Top of the line redundant, load-balanced infrastructure
  • 24/7 technical support

KuberDock allows upCUBE.io to compete with giants like Amazon AWS, Google and Azure offering a wide variety of applications and scalable environments.

“We are making KuberDock be as easy as possible for hosters to deploy and manage,” said Igor Seletskiy, CloudLinux CEO. “We are glad to see upCUBE.io offering coming from such an inventive hosting company and making Docker hosting available not only for the German market but also for all of Europe”.

Customers can request a free trial by writing to support [at] upCUBE.io, and find more information at upCUBE.io.

KuberDock is available for hosting providers for trial or purchase at http://www.kuberdock.com.

About CloudLinux
CloudLinux is on a mission to make Linux secure, stable, and profitable. With more than 4,000 customers and partners, including LiquidWeb and Dell, and more than 90,000 product installations, CloudLinux combines in-depth technical knowledge of hosting, kernel development, and open source with unique client care expertise.

About KuberDock, by CloudLinux
KuberDock’s container orchestration framework was built exclusively for service providers and is the out-of-the-box platform supporting multi-tenant environments for hosting Docker containers. It takes only a few hours for the hosting provider to setup KuberDock. KuberDock integrates natively with WHMCS and cPanel, as well as Plesk and DirectAdmin, and provides billing and control panel integration API for 3rd party billing systems and custom control panels.

About upCUBE
The upCUBE platform is a fully managed Docker hosting cloud for developers and end-users. We think that many users spend too much time on server administration and application management. Our mission is to revolutionize the way users deploy their applications. By using our platform, they don't need a server administrator. Just deploy an image or a ready-to-use application and keep your workflow running.

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