Cloud Computing Projects from our partners for testing and standardizing some high end Cloud as a Service products for users to test before any commitment. The main target of these Cloud Computing Projects are not to make money, but to increase awareness on Cloud Computing. Among these below mentioned Cloud Computing Projects, some are Free with limitations, some are paid (fraction of the original price).
List of Cloud Computing Projects
MySQL Database as a Service through PHPMyAdmin : Among all the projects, this project is fully free with a cap of 5 MB SQL database size and requests less than 50K per month. For WordPress, for example FTP content on old server and request for participating this project. wp-config.php on old needs to be edited to point towards Cloud Database.
Cloud Storage as a Service : Among the Cloud Computing Projects its quite interesting as only for $2.00 onetime payment, you can ask to upload content up to 1 MB and use it as CDN for one year. You can easily offload your WordPress Theme files and use it as CDN.
Mail Server as as Service : You can use a custom domain name (like myname.com) and can use up to 1 MB space for custom email addresses. For first 100 applicants / users it is free for one year.
Virtual Private Server as a Service : No commitment. 25 days fully Free Managed Virtual Private Cloud Server.
Disclaimers on Cloud Computing Projects
All these Cloud Computing Projects are from well known Cloud Computing service Providers. For Virtual Cloud Server, you will need to verify your identity as required by the Law (s). Other Cloud Computing Projects like MySQL Database, Cloud Storage needs no verification. For the remaining Cloud Computing Projects, you are already being verified by having the ownership of a domain name and needs no further proof unless situation arises. Terms and conditions for using these Cloud Computing Projects outside the Trial period is dependent on the third parties. Use Contact Us form or comment below to participate in any of these Cloud Computing Projects.
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