Introducing Hosted Email for Business

Screen Shot 2019-03-22 at 5.52.26 PM.png We're happy to announce the launch of our Hosted Email platform πŸš€ which allows you to seamlessly create IMAP/POP email accounts and never worry about managing email servers again

We've released a public beta launch about six months ago, which was successful, and we got to hear amazing stories on how clients loved it!

Pricing?

We'd thought about it a lot! Everyone else charges you per email account which does not make sense, and we decided to price our product at a flat monthly fee, and allow you the freedom to create email boxes for your brand or company. πŸ˜€

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If you would like to give it a try, we have a guide on how you can set up your first email organization to host your emails away from your servers.

Feel free to head back to our site, and chat about available email plans for your organization πŸ‘πŸΌ

Once again, we thank you all for participating in our open beta and helping us build a better product 😊

RAID 10 SSD VMs are back in stock

We have re-stocked RAID 10 SSD Compute instances. Note the SSD option when deploying your server, to ensure it is SSD πŸ˜€ Screen Shot 2019-02-07 at 1.17.06 PM.png

Port 25 Limitations

To fight email SPAM, port 25 on all new and old Compute instances will be blocked upon instance creation.

If your instance needs to send emails which do not violate our policies against spamming you can raise a support ticket requesting to unblock port 25 with a valid use case.

Note: if your port was unblocked earlier, you shouldn't worry

Introducing the Tasks tab

On all new Compute instances, you will see a new, beating tasks tab which lets you view progress and the state of all currently running tasks in your Compute instance.

All tasks carried in your server will be queued and ran accordingly, if any task failed, you would be alerted as well πŸ˜€

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Keeping abuse reports aways from support

We have separated abuse reports from support tickets so that you can have a clear view on the status of your support tickets and abuse reports. Screen Shot 2019-01-11 at 3.13.01 PM.png

  • Support tickets navigation item will take you to the support tickets
  • Abuse reports navigation item will take you to the abuse reports

We are now cPanel NOC Partners!

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cPanel/WHM has been the number one choice when it comes to paid hosting control panels (at least for us), and our clients love it. We've seen many clients start their hosting business on CloudCone utilizing cPanel/WHM

To provide better cPanel/WHM support and faster licensing, we are glad to announce the direct NOC partnership with cPanel.

Check out our partner page here and drop in a comment 😊

Thank you for choosing CloudCone!

CDN Bugs

The ongoing bugs on the CDN product have been fixed Screen Shot 2018-11-16 at 12.16.20 PM.png

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Exciting Features for 2019

2018 has been great, and you have too! Here's news from CloudCone to you!

Thank you ❀️for hosting with CloudCone, this update will give you a heads up on what we've been cooking this year, which I'm sure all of you were waiting for!

Snapshots

The biggest request on our feature requests area topping the most significant number of thumbs up is instant snapshots of your VMs, and I'm happy to inform you that we have a production-ready Snapshot system, to be launched.

Status: Production Ready, awaiting UI implementation.

Block Storage

Movable block storage, let's you easily attach and detach storage to your existing VMs and move them between VMs

Status: Production Ready, awaiting UI implementation.

Load balancers

A load balancer is an appliance that can adapt to a growing workload. If you run high availability application clusters, this appliance will come in handy πŸ˜‰It lets you add/remove child virtual instances which enables you to balance the load for your application and provide effective delivery of your application to your end users

Status: Production Ready, awaiting UI implementation.

Autoscaling

In early 2018 we launched Cloud View, which lets you analyze and view in-depth stats within your virtual machine. This was initially started to investigate your cloud workloads and give you set autoscaling conditions such as

if RAM Usage > 60% Add 1 GB of RAM upto 5GB (Max)

We've finally had autoscaling in a production ready state, which will be rolled out soon for all of you at no extra fees πŸ™Œ

Guaranteed VM Isolation and Disk Improvements

On this update, we will have automated isolation strategies in place for all our Customers and make sure your websites and sites hosted on CloudCone will be much faster. Which includes better CPU, Disk and Network isolation for your servers

That's all I'm about to spoil 😁we have three more exciting features which will be a secret, and our team is much excited to introduce them to you once we have it on our client area!

In the course of the next two months, we will be carrying out periodic maintenance to our existing infrastructure to allow all these features enabled for all your existing Cloud Instances, we will announce them on our status page found here

Manage Your Email Subscriptions

We regularly send out offers and other product updates right to your email, personalized for each of you. ❀️

However, if you do not wish to receive specific product emails, you should be able to do so πŸ˜€

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Your Cloud Instance's Node

Now you can see which hardware node your cloud server is hosted on 😊 this is useful when we announce maintenance and emergency service outages on our status page

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It's also displayed on the instance list page

No published changelogs yet.

Surely CloudCone will start publishing changelogs very soon.

Check out our other public changelogs: Buffer, Mention, Respond by Buffer, JSFiddle, Olark, Droplr, Piwik Pro, Prott, Ustream, ViralSweep, StartupThreads, Userlike, Unixstickers, Survicate, Envoy, Gmelius, CodeTree