GoDaddy cloud servers and cloud applications have been built upon Bitnami open source server application deployments.
GoDaddy has built its cloud servers on OpenStack and powered by purpose built Kernal-based Virtual Machine (KVM) virtualisation.
The storage devices on the cloud servers are solid state drivers (SSDs), which provide high performance with quick input and output (I/O).
GoDaddy, Hosting, Security SVP & GM Jeff King said: "With the launch of Cloud Servers, GoDaddy aims to extend our lead as the number one trusted provider of Cloud Hosting solutions for individual developers and technologists."
"We’re looking to make it easy for developers to serve small businesses with the technology they want,"
"By offering a powerful, yet simple cloud offering that integrates domains, DNS, security and backups all in one place, developers can save time and exceed their clients’ expectations."
Bitnami co-founder and COO and Erica Brescia said: "As a GoDaddy technology partner on Cloud Applications, we’re excited for GoDaddy’s international customer base to take advantage of our capabilities – joining the millions of developers and business users who save time and effort with our library’s consistent, secure and optimized end-user experience.
"We’re proud to partner with GoDaddy in serving this global market of advanced SMB-focused developers."
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