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Maybe you’re looking to go long or maybe you are playing the market short. Maybe your pairing currency against one another (for the sake of context, the U.S. dollar vs. the Japanese Yen). Whatever your trade for the day or week and regardless of how much money you are currently day trading with, you are going to need an avenue in which to conduct your trading activities. More to the point, you are going to need a virtual platform which allows you to use any trading app you choose, scale your resources if need be, operate with sub-microsecond latency to major financial markets and trade from anywhere in the world with confidence and security. With this in mind, we want to introduce you to Solar VPS SolarSystem Windows VPS SolarSystem Windows VPS and SolarSystem Linux VPS. As noted on the site, SolarSystem Windows and Linux VPS Pods are highly scalable (see the six ... (more)

Install Cloud Apps. Rule the Universe

For the past few months Solar VPS has been conducting an open lab beta test accessible for all Solar VPS clients. The test, known as Cosmo’s Lab, featured a product line called SolarSystem Cloud Apps on Demand, or One Click A.I. A screen shot can be seen below: The idea behind the laboratory test was very simple: like Google’s Beta Lab’s, we wanted to release and test a product line which we believe will have a great impact on the Cloud hosting and general marketplace. The product line is Cloud Apps on Demand. In short, SolarSystem Cloud Apps on Demand featured 260 + Cloud Appl... (more)

Local Backups vs. Cloud Backups

With the Cloud becoming more and more popular for the public, a debate has popped up between Cloud providers and Cloud users. That debate centers around the use of Local Data Backups vs. Cloud Data Backups. For the vast majority of companies and personal tech consumers, the idea of storing your critically needed data locally makes sense. Use an external hard drive. Set a reoccurring backup time on a daily basis. Forget about ever backing up your data ever again. However, with the Cloud becoming more accessible to private consumers and companies of all sizes, local data backups ar... (more)

Tips for Corporate Cloud Adoption

A couple of weeks back, Solar VPS President and COO Ross Brouse (@RossBrouse), gave a technical keynote presentation at New York City’s Cloud Expo. The presentation covered corporate Cloud adoption – how Cloud adoption begins on the couch and makes it all the way to the boardroom. Well, in this short article, we are going to run with that flag and dive into the topic a bit. So, if you’re a company of any size looking to fully Cloudize (word, not a word? We think it should be), err, make the jump into the Cloud, here are a few tips for successful Cloud computing adoption. Unders... (more)

Keep Cloud Marketing Simple, Stupid

This is a topic our marketing team talks about all the time. On an almost daily basis our marketing teams chats about how to effectively market Cloud solutions to the web hosting market and the non web hosting market. The more important part of that statement is the later. The non web hosting market. For the longest time, as far as we can recall, the web hosting industry and web hosting vendors have been mostly satisfied selling their solutions to members of the web hosting community – i.e. consumers who know what the difference between a VPS and a dedicated server is. But here’s... (more)