Host1Plus Rolls-out Cloud Server ßeta Templates Update v2.0.0, Introduces Hot Plug Feature

The international hosting provider Host1Plus announces hot plug feature for Linux Cloud Servers ßeta templates.

 

Up until now, upgrading RAM/CPU of a Linux Cloud Server VM required VM reboot for the changes to take effect. With newly introduced hot plug feature, users can now add RAM/CPU to a running VM and the changes will take effect immediately.

 

This feature now comes with all new Linux Cloud Servers ßeta purchases except for Debian 7 template due to kernel 3.2.0 compatibility issues.

 

Existing clients using older templates will not be able to use this feature as-is without additional small tweaks. In order to enable hot plug functionality existing clients should refer to Host1Plus KB article How to enable RAM/CPU hot plugging on Linux Cloud Server.

 

Roll-out of Cloud Servers ßeta templates update v2.0.0 eliminates the upkeep of Fedora 23 in exchange for the newly released Fedora 25 template as well as package update for all Cloud Servers ßeta templates.

 

New Linux Cloud Servers features are oriented towards enhanced service management, flexibility, accessibility and overall better user experience. The company will continue to implement new functionality and service improvements during the whole Cloud Servers ßeta period.

 

About Host1Plus

Host1Plus is an international virtualization solutions provider, offering VPS and Cloud Servers ßeta services. Host1Plus provides affordable and customizable solutions to meet the needs of developers, web designers, SMBs in managing their own assets while utilizing Host1Plus in-house developed and well documented powerful API.

 

Founded in London, UK, in 2009, the company now has a global presence with multiple data centers and local support teams in Africa, Europe, North & South America.