GoDaddy Shutters SMB Cloud Computing Service

By - Source: Toms IT Pro

GoDaddy Shutters SMB Cloud Computing ServiceGoDaddy Shutters SMB Cloud Computing ServiceGoDaddy told its SMB customers that it will be shutting down its dedicated Cloud Servers business.

According to CRN, the company will be merging this service into its other services, but did not provide an option for cloud computing by itself.  Known for web hosting and domain registration services, GoDaddy has offered its Cloud Servers product to enable customers to create virtual data centers based on Windows, Ubuntu, Fedora, and CentOS that consist of a dynamically adjustable number of servers.

The previous offering was a standalone product separate from its other hosting services.

GoDaddy did not comment on the number of GoDaddy Cloud Server customers, how many of its customers will be affected and which options it may provide to help transition their service to another provider.


Wolfgang GruenerWolfgang GruenerWolfgang Gruener is a contributor to Tom's IT Pro. He is currently principal analyst at Ndicio Research, a market analysis firm that focuses on cloud computing and disruptive technologies, and maintains the conceivablytech.com blog. An 18-year veteran in IT journalism and market research, he previously published TG Daily and was managing editor of Tom's Hardware news, which he grew from a link collection in the early 2000s into one of the most comprehensive and trusted technology news sources.

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