Think Outside the Server
It is an exciting time for the Internet: entrepreneurs are creating new companies every day, offering a multitude of different products and services. However, the issue of hosting still presents problems to startups. Among these problems is one of scaling and server abstraction. Today, customers of hosting companies often need to conduct a great deal of research on their own in order to find out what resources their server requires before buying, and which company best suits their needs. The effort required for such research should not be necessary.
Clearly, worrying about server specifications and services are all details that could be easily abstracted for the customer, reducing their workload, and allowing them to focus on actually using their hosted product, rather than server...