Gain deeper insights into the ProfitBricks technology.
The new Intel® processors at ProfitBricks owe their high performance chracteristics to the Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology. Each Intel® Core is assigned a so-called hyper-thread, which enables parallelized workloads by exploiting free processor cycles. Adding Intel® processors to the CPU architectures that are available at ProfitBricks means you can now choose between Intel® cores and AMD cores for each of your virtual instances.
An Introduction to ProfitBricks VDC
In the future, it will be difficult for IT service providers to avoid the subject of cloud computing. Still regarded as an innovation, these flexible IT services tailored to user requirements will become more widespread over the next 10 years.
Add more data center infrastructure resources on demand, without a reboot
Reconfiguring during ongoing operation – a world debut. Using ProfitBricks Live Vertical Scaling, you can increase the number of your Cores as well as your RAM without having to restart your virtual server. Expanding your virtual data center during peak loads is therefore possible while your servers are running. ProfitBricks Live Vertical Scaling: absolutely unprecedented – increasing resources in ongoing operation!
High Bandwidth and Low Latency with InfiniBand Technology
"Infrastructure as a Service" not only depends on cost-efficiency and usability, but also very much on flexibility, performance and reliability of the provided IT-infrastructure. An Infrastructure Service, with a demand of 24/7 uptime, unconditionally needs a failsafe high performance system.
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ProfitBricks is a globally operating company in the hosting industry that offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions based on cloud technology to professional users. ProfitBricks founder and industry veteran Achim Weiß assembled an international team of around 50 engineers from various specialist fields in 2010 in Berlin. Over the next two years, the IT experts together developed the next generation of hosting based on the latest cloud technologies – the virtual data center on a cost-effective rental basis.