INNOVATION where is it? Can't name many original hosting companies doing much of anything to talk about... Same crapware stacks, little to no enhancements to things, underwhelming support too often... same upstream, DCs.... I don't know why folks can't sell enough in same facility as 2000 other companies doing the same thing....I'm getting tired of everything being LA, Dallas, Chicago, New York/Buffalo, etc. There are too many companies who provide the exact same service. They're using the same hardware, same software, the only thing difference is who you're paying but it all trickles up anyhow.
The toxic waste sludge on the lake bed would corrode the hardware within 5 minutes.I hear they are going to drain Lake Erie and put a new datacenter in the lake bed.
Need to go to France for that...Online with their ARM Cloud, OVH with its many specialized cloud offerings: Power8/Hadoop as a service,/Docker as a service,/HPC, etc.INNOVATION where is it? Can't name many original hosting companies doing much of anything to talk about...
Added a couple of words to that because in the long run those providers inability to innovate (even if the innovation is only something as basic as writing their own control panels, billing systems) is going to hurt them...luckily Kohl's is always hiring.There are too many companies who provide the exact same service. They're using the same hardware, same off the shelf software,
Well, technically a VPS in space would be possible if you're aright with high ping and slow speeds. The ISS has surprisingly 10Mbps down / 3Mbps up which is quite impressive really, all things considered. ( http://www.tested.com/science/space/449539-how-fast-isss-internet-and-other-space-questions-answered/)I wouldn't mind VPS on moon.
Yes, I, myself, prefer LA since it is only 200 ms from here, and cheaper compared to Singapore, Japan, HK, or other Asian DC since I'm from Asia.Our most popular locations are Chicago and LA. Hope this helps
LA is very popular for Asia clients looking for a vps to run VPN / Proxy services.