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Who has the Best Cloud Servers on the Market TODAY?

Ever wondered how ParJenn’s cloud servers stack up against the big players like Rackspace, Digital Ocean, Amazon and OVH? Do you know which company offers the most reliable servers and customer support? Who do you think has the best server performance?


What would you do if your server crashed? This is bad news for any company. You could lose your clients’ data and a big chunk of your revenue. We know of one customer who suffered a four-hour outage that ended up costing him a lot of grief and money. That won’t happen at ParJenn. We guarantee our clients will have service 99.999% of the time. This means your servers won’t be down for more than 26.3 seconds a month. Not all providers can make this kind of promise. For example, Rackspace guarantees service for 99.9% of the time, which means your business won’t be down for more than 43.5 minutes a month. Downtime is something to consider when you’re shopping for cloud servers.


When you have a technical problem, you want to be able to talk to someone right away. Some providers, like OVH, will ask you to open a support ticket instead. Want help with a software problem? You might be out of luck. Even though they offer support 24/7/365, OVH’s website specifically states that they don’t handle software problems. On the other hand, ParJenn’s support team will handle any issue. We’re open 24/7/365 and we’ll respond to you in less than 40 seconds. You won’t have to search on a knowledge base to get the information you need.


Do you know how to build the kind of infrastructure your company needs? Probably not. ParJenn’s Managed Services puts a whole team of IT experts at your disposal. Our cloud engineers will manage your entire environment – from building your cloud infrastructure to running your day-to-day operations. And it’s free. Other providers, such as Rackspace and Amazon, limit this service to their larger accounts.


The answer is yes and we’ve got the results to prove it. We ran several benchmark tests that put our high-performing servers against the best in the industry. In each case, ParJenn came out on top. It took our Performance Cloud servers only 229 seconds to convert 3GB of video. Amazon came in second at 283 seconds and Digital Ocean came in last at 515 seconds.

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Comprehensive IaaS Includes

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    IT Infrastructure

    Limited or no internal IT resources needed

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    Implementation Time

    Implementation time usually shorter than on-premises solutions.

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    Initial Service Investment

    Less expensive than in-house solutions

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    Capex vs. Opex

    Capital expenses are converted into an operational expense.

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    Software Investment

    Provider pays license fee to use the software

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    Hardware Investment

    A reliable Internet connection


Our services provide a unique range of benefits

  • Cloud Cost

    What does your current infrastructure look like? In some cases, it may be cheaper to switch to cloud computing than to start the whole process of buying in-house servers and dealing with the configuration, installation and maintenance that follows.

  • Reliability

    You should be able to depend on your servers and their redundancy to run your applications and workloads. If one of your cloud servers fails, another one takes over the operations, and a new server is provisioned to replace the faulty machine. Downtime is minimal and the added cost to get your business back on track is low.

  • Easy Disaster Recovery

    Setting up a disaster recovery plan is much easier for virtual servers in the cloud. To begin with, the servers are already off-site and most vendors will provide off-site backups.

    Your cloud vendor will also ensure that you have redundant network routes, redundant power supplies, and other infrastructure components.

  • Tax Benefits

    The taxman is kinder to businesses in the cloud. The purchase of new servers and other hardware is considered as a capital expenditure.

    On the other hand, all the costs of paying a cloud provider are seen as operational expenses so you can deduct them in the same year.

  • Performance

    As we already mentioned, resources on a cloud server can be scaled up or down to suit your business needs. This kind of flexibility allows you to add or remove RAM, CPU, and hard drive space as you need it.

    When you’re using an on-premises server, your ability to scale resources depends largely on the physical hardware.

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