CloudSigma Advances Data Recovery in the Cloud with Snapshot Management Technology

CloudSigma’s Fully Integrated Snapshot Management Technology Grants Customers Seamless and Affordable Storage Management in the Cloud Zurich, Switzerland – January 6, 2014 –CloudSigma, a public cloud IaaS provider with advanced hybrid hosting solutions, today announced that it has enhanced its solid-state drive (SSD) storage offering with highly-granular, affordable snapshot management technology to improve data protection and access in the cloud. …

CloudSigma Makes it Easier for Customers to Enhance Security with infrastructure Level Firewalls

Zurich, Switzerland – November 21, 2013 – CloudSigma, a public cloud IaaS provider with advanced hybrid hosting solutions, today announced the general availability of advanced network policy management across all its cloud locations. With this new feature, customers can create, manage and apply enterprise-grade networking policies in relation to their cloud infrastructure in a fully integrated way. By removing complexity …

CloudSigma at the Dublin Web Summit 2013

For CloudSigma October is being jam-packed with events as our executive team traveled over some of the most influential conferences like SMPTE, FailCon, EuroBSDCon, GigaOm Structure London and networking with the biggest thought leaders in the industry. This week, CloudSigma’s conference tour continues on with our next stop at Dublin for the Web Summit 2013. The Web Summit brings together the various aspects of the tech community: Designers can be found  alongside  social  media  …

CloudSigma Drops Prices Again

Zurich, Switzerland — October 15, 2013 — CloudSigma an international, customer-centric, pure-cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, today announced a further drop of its compute prices for customers across all its locations. Similar to the previous benefits attributed this summer, the pricing drop is based on a combination of additional efficiency gains from the company’s proprietary cloud technology and falling underlying hardware …

Conference Season is Here! CloudSigma is On the Road At Cloud Computing Events

If we’re not advising customers on how to efficiently leverage CloudSigma compute power for their workloads, or on an airplane traveling between data center locations, you can often find our executive team on stage and on the expo floor of some of the industry’s biggest trade shows. Following the quieter summer months, our COO, Bernino Lind, kicked off a flurry …

Steamrolling Cloud Adoption Obstacles with CloudSigma 2.0

When CloudSigma was founded as a pure-cloud IaaS provider in 2009, much of its value proposition centered around dispelling common gripes companies had with the existing public cloud platforms. This included everything from restrictions placed on application and operating system deployments to inefficient pricing packages and bundled resources. Now, four years later, we’re continuing to knock down common barriers to …

Software-Defined Networks, big-data-and-the-cloud-collide-for-premiere-performance

In 2011, ‘cloud computing’ was the buzz-worthy phrase of the year, with ‘Big Data’ following suit in 2012. As we approach the second half of 2013, it’s clear that software-defined networks (SDNs) have stolen the spotlight as the year’s most successful prominent advancement. However, ‘cloud computing’ and ‘Big Data’ shouldn’t be cast off as prior years’ media darlings just yet, …

On the Road Again! CloudSigma Wraps Up April U.S. Events Tour

At trade shows, one of the most common questions people get asked is where they live. Well, for CloudSigma this month, the best answer may be “on an airplane!” April was jam-packed with events as our executive team traveled all over the U.S., speaking at some of the most influential conferences and networking with the biggest thought leaders in the …

Europe’s giant science cloud: give people data and good things happen

Big Science in Europe has been busy and here at CloudSigma we’ve been heavily involved in helping to build a federated cloud platform that can address the needs of Big Science. It is something I’m personally very excited about as it holds then potential to unleash large-scale computing for some of the world’s thorniest problems including genetic research, climate change, …