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Get your own virtual server from Servage for $8/month

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 by Servage
Sweden's best uptime again with 99,9% Read more in InternetWorld 03/11. Do you want you own server? Do you need special software? Are you tired of performance problems? Are you just curious? Well, there are many good reasons to get an own virtual private server. The price is definitely also one of them! Consider this offer from Servage. It's pretty much the same cost as a shared webhosting account! RAM Memory: 256 MB Traffic: 100 GB Diskspace: 50 GB Full root access Power On/Off from CP Backup (snapshots) ACPI shutdown from CP Console access from CP Check out the plans. Cloud Based Server Virtualization The TotalCloud server virtualization offering is based on a modular setup where the servers are ...

Present your website in the Servage Magazine

Sunday, August 28th, 2011 by Servage
Are you working on a great project, but you want more publicity and users? Servage is proud to host so many great websites for a variety of purposes. Thousands of creative developers are using Servage hosting accounts everyday for professional products they have developed. Even hobby-developers have great stuff to show, ranging from informative websites for specific topics, to complex gaming applications. Do you have a great project? Contact us per mail at magazine@servage.net with your website URL. Together we can find a way to present your application here on this website. Thereby your app can reach a large audience, both Servage customers, but also many visitors to the magazine ...

You can get a Servage VPS for $8/month

Thursday, August 25th, 2011 by Servage
Sweden's best uptime again with 99,9% Read more in InternetWorld 03/11. Do you want you own server? Do you need special software? Are you tired of performance problems? Are you just curious? Well, there are many good reasons to get an own virtual private server. The price is definitely also one of them! Consider this offer from Servage. It's pretty much the same cost as a shared webhosting account! RAM Memory: 256 MB Traffic: 100 GB Diskspace: 50 GB Full root access Power On/Off from CP Backup (snapshots) ACPI shutdown from CP Console access from CP Check out the plans. Cloud Based Server Virtualization The TotalCloud server virtualization offering is based on a modular setup where the servers are ...

Servage moves stronger into Asian markets

Thursday, March 31st, 2011 by Servage
Servage is a international hosting provider serving customers in 180 countries worldwide. The company is proud to serve so many customers with such different cultures and interests, united in a web hosting product like One Solution. Currently Servage is actively looking for local partners in Asia to strengthen customer relationships, grow sales and expand further. Servage will be represented at the Internet Show Asia, April 13-15 2011 in Singapore. Servage CEO Ari Liukko will be speaking about "Transforming into a digital organization with cloud solutions" on April 13th at 3.00 pm, and attend the panel discussion "Cloud computing changing the game ...

Let’s make it 2,000 likes on the Servage Facebook page

Saturday, February 5th, 2011 by Servage
The Servage Facebook page has been around for about two years now. Initially it got quite a lot of members, reaching the first 1,000 quite fast. Unfortunately the amount of fans has been somewhat boringly constant for a while now, moving up and down around 1,900 people. It's nice to get so much feedback here and on Facebook, and it would be nice to see Servage pass the 2,000 mark on the Facebook page soon! Servage on Facebook: Click here! Please join our efforts and share our page with people you know use Servage, or people you might think could benefit from using Servage. Don't forget to give them ...

Happy…

Friday, January 1st, 2010 by Servage
The past weeks have been filled with Merry Christmas and Happy New Year wishes, the usual stress, last-minute shopping and other holiday "traditions". There hasn't been a lot of activity on the Magazine over the past weeks. Mainly because it has been busy on our end as well - but now it's a new year, with new strength and new efforts. The annoying and time-consuming, totally unnecessary gadgets have been put away, and I look forward to continue the Servage Web Development course, and show you with a few hidden treasures found around the web. And for no apparent reason at all, I just want to list the most common completely useless USB Christmas gadgets I saw ...

Yahoo closes Geocities. What happens to your website?!

Monday, October 26th, 2009 by Servage
Yahoo has decided to shut down GeoCities today, rendering thousands of users' home-pages unserviceable. Yahoo is doing this in order to follow a business strategy that focuses more on Yahoo's core businesses. However, this basically leaves the normal guy, with his homepage, in the dark. Literally. After today all GeoCities' homepages will no longer work, and the users' content deleted irrevocably. What should you do? If you are a GeoCities users, you are encouraged to move your website to Servage Hosting. This will ensure your site continues to be online and available. Servage actually offers a 30% DISCOUNT to all GeoCities users that switch to Servage using the coupon code GEOC. Thereby you will get the attractive One ...

IPv6 – The new Internet Protocol

Friday, October 16th, 2009 by Jan Boysen (Servage)
You may already have heard, the currently used Internet Protocol IPv4 (Internet Protocol version4) is running out of space faster than originally thought. The protocol we are currently using to do all the 'funny things' around the Internet has already been developed back in the 1970's. At this time no one could imagine what this protocol would be in use for in the future. Today we are transferring Exabytes of data from one point of the world to another in a few seconds day by day. Due to technical limitations IPv4 can handle 4.294.967.296 unique systems in total. Many of those IPv4 addresses have already been assigned to ISPs, universities and other organizations. Back in 1994 the Internet Engineering Task Force ...

New Control Panel – with Web 2.0 look!

Thursday, September 17th, 2009 by Steffan Sondermark
Lately we have improved our backend considerably with new clustered file systems and the secure high performance ServageOS. Now the time has come to a complete overhaul of the control panel layout we have used the last five years! The new layout is considerably easier to use and includes many web 2.0 components, such as interactive help from the wiki and complete uptime reports. The navigation has been made more dynamic making the control panel faster to use. One of the added benefits with this new CP is that it is designed to make it easier to add new functionality to our service. This will ensure that our service remains state of the art. All enhancements have been made with our customers in ...

Hosting in the cloud

Monday, June 22nd, 2009 by Servage
cloudThe term "cloud" has become highly present in the IT industry during recent times. Making something available or putting something "in the cloud" is a major trend. So what is the fuzz all about? What are those clouds actually doing? Cloud computing is defined as scalable resources made available to users as a service over the Internet. Cloud services are programs running as software as a service within scalable environments. Providers of scalable/cloud resources are for example Google Appspot, Amazon Web Services and most web hosting companies, like ourselves, that offer you a set of resources within a cluster (e.g. cloud) of servers. Take your hosting account as an example: You have your files ...