This post is a copy of the newsletter just sent out to customers.
News in brief
We are now offering hosting based out of Auckland, New Zealand.
In November we launched the RimuHosting cloud server management API. Create servers, shut them down, reboot them, fetch a server status. We have written wrappers/drivers for libcloud, deltacloud and jclouds. And we have provided 'native' wrappers to the REST-ful API via python, ruby and PHP.
Over the last couple of weeks we have released Fedora 12 and Ubuntu 9.10 distro images:
64 bit flavors of most distros now available (on new orders and reinstalls).
We updated our control panel so you can select what kernel you use. And added 64 bit kernel (with or without 64 bit distros) options.
We now offer ultra-speedy Nehalem (dual and single proc) dedicated servers (in NZ, Dallas, and London). And we are using the Nehalems on our newest 72GB VPS host servers.
Fun news from the RimuHosting offices
Liz's Pacman cookies (must see):
Our football players, not so much a must see:
(Go the All Whites in South Africa 2010!)
Richard Stallman visiting the RimuHosting offices:
RimuHosting at the Waikato Software Freedom Day:
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Tell us what you need and we will help
At RimuHosting it is our goal to provide great servers and back it up with awesome support. If you feel we can help you get your server running better in any way (e.g. setting up applications, troubleshooting things, monitoring it, re-configuring apps, or consulting on your web application architecture), please just let us know.
Regards, Peter Bryant
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