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BitNami Cloud Hosting

Product Overview

BitNami Cloud Hosting makes it easier to deploy and manage popular open source applications on top of Amazon EC2. It enables users to benefit from the on-demand, pay-as-you-go aspects of cloud computing without having to deal with the complexity of setting up and managing the underlying operating system and application stack. 

BitNami Cloud Hosting offers the following benefits:

  • One Click Application Deployment: Users can select from the BitNami library of over 30 applications and development stacks and deploy them in one click. The BitNami Cloud Hosting control panel also makes it easy for users to specify server sizes, availability zones, storage and more.
  •       Automatic Backups and One Click Server Restores: BitNami Cloud Hosting offers automated backups that can be scheduled to occur hourly, daily or weekly. Backups are automatically made of not just the application data, but the whole machine, so configuration and other data is also preserved. This allows for entire servers to be restored in one click. Backups are incremental, which keeps costs low while ensuring that servers can be restored from any point in time.
  •    Customizable: Images from the BitNami library can be customized by adding modules, changing the application or its configuration and then can then be saved to be used as a ‘template’ for future servers.
  •         Cost-Effective: Because BitNami Cloud Hosting runs on top of Amazon EC2, users get the benefit of pay-as-you-go infrastructure and highly available, cost effective storage with no long term commitments. 

The BitNami Cloud Hosting library includes 27 open source application and 5 development stacks for users to choose from, including: SugarCRM, Alfresco, Drupal, Joomla!, Wordpress, Redmine, JasperServer, KnowledgeTree, Liferay, Dokuwiki, Subversion, Roller, Typo, Mantis, Trac, EnanoCMS, eZ Publish, ocPortal, Radiant CMS, phpBB, Subversion, Trac, Spree, Moodle, LAMP, Rails, JRuby and Django. New applications and development stacks are added periodically according to user demand.