All too often cloud server providers promise high speeds and low costs, but they make it difficult to manage resources and to know what exactly you are paying for. Here at Darwin we do things differently.
Our easy to use control panel gives you a single place to setup and manage all of your cloud server needs while also giving you an easy way to see how much you’re spending. We believe the easier it is to do your job and the more transparent we are with costs the happier you will be and the more our business will grow. So far that has been a successful formula for us and our customers.
Once you log into the control panel with the account name and password provided to you by Darwin, you will be able to start creating your cloud center. Each step in the process is intuitive and allows you to easily click your options.
You can activate your cloud server structure on multiple data centers and easily manage each individual data center with the click of a button. We make it easy for you to design and customize your cloud server so that get all the power and speed you need, while only paying for the resources you actually use.
You customize your machine by selecting:
Additionally with our easy to navigate control panel you can also easily mange your virtual machines by:
- Switching the machine on and off
- Archive or delete machines
- Change assigned resources
- Manage hard drives
- Manage public IP addresses
- Manage virtual switches
Once you have setup your cloud server all you have to do is click “Create Cloud Server”. In a few minutes you will be up and running. You are able to maintain your cloud server and manage your settings at any time by simply using the console through your browser.
With our industry leading, easy to use control panel you can also see the costs and estimate monthly fees. With Darwin you only ever pay for the resources you actually use.
If it isn’t this easy to use your existing cloud server or to manage your expenses, its time for a change. Come and check out Darwin’s world class cloud hosting service and see what all the fuss is about.