You might not have been aware that Kaspersky Endpoint Security comes default for our Microsoft Windows Cloud Servers and Dedicated servers which included Intrusion Detection System, and now it has an ability to detect RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) bruteforce attack attempts.
Hacking an RDP-connection is very lucrative: once an attacker gets login-password pair for RDP, he or she effectively owns the system where the RDP server is installed. Attackers can then plant malicious software in the affected system, exfiltrate data, etc. He (or she) also can gain access to your company internal network, given that the “penetrated” workstation is connected to it, or attempt to check out all of the passwords in the browser installed on the affected system. Opportunities are multiple, and the consequences can be dire.
Each Cloud Server comes with 2 free backup instances at no cost regardless of backup size. Additional backup instances can be ordered at only $10 /monthly. This is an useful feature to customers make changes to their files often and requires a roll back in case of any mishaps.
To perform a manual backup and schedule backups are very easy tasks with our control panel, just few clicks away and the hassle-free backup feature will send you an email notification if whether the backup is successful or unsuccessful that requires attention and rectification.
Many Cloud Server subscribers have missed out the important feature “Backup” which is FREE add-on of the latest SSD Cloud Server. Have you forgotten to schedule a backup? Sign in to https://my.vastspace.net now and follow the steps show in these video tutorials.
If the article on “Cloud Server with SSD vs Cloud Server with spinning drives” isn’t enough to convince you the superior read and write performance of what SSD Cloud server offers, check out this video.
Installing Windows 2012 Server with GUI, just under 4 minutes is near impossible using the conventional spinning hard drives.
By now, you’ve heard from a hundred different sources that moving your operations to the cloud is better, save you money and all the incredible things can be done on Cloud and not on the conventional hosting infra. Frankly, many web hosters jumped on the cloud bandwagon with smaller investment and little knowledge.
Getting a cloud infra connected to internet and having a resilient cloud infra are entirely different matters. I’ve been hearing many cases of VM failed due to missing drive and data corruption, which has been identified one of the common short fall on connectivity redundancy from servers to storage.
Main purpose of multi-path connectivity is to provide redundant access to the storage devices when one or more of the components in a path fail. Another advantage of multi-pathing is the increased throughput by way of load balancing. Common example for the use of multi-pathing is a iSCSI SAN connected storage device. You will have redundancy and maximum performance and especially important feature to be deployed for a more populated cloud environment.