Its very interesting to know about cloud computing and use it. These days most of resource hog high visitor web apps and web sites use Could services like Amazon EC2 to speed up their services. If you are web site administrator and like to work with linux maybe you will probably like to experience the could servers. Well CloudSigma now offers free 14 day trial of their cloud servers.
You can simly signup it doesnt asks for credit card information or that kind of thing for activation you just need to verify your order by phone( Confirm the code that cloudsigma send you via automated call or sms ). Just signup and Fedora is installed on default and you can build server with new OS with ease. You can choose many operating systems to install and some of them provide Remote Desktop access without messing up with linux ( You just need to install VNC client like tightVNC in your pc and use the login data which cloudsigma gives you to logon).
I have tested cloudsigma download network speed and always got more than 7Mbps. So its great. So if you want to try our cloud servers just signup here- https://cs.cloudsigma.com/accounts/signup/
After signing up you will instantly receive a detail email to log on to your cloud server.
Here is a part of email that I received-
You have received an initial free trial period to evaluate our service, you will see your free capacity has already been credited to your account when you first login. During the trial period, you will need to log in at least once per week to keep your free capacity live. There is no such restriction for paid capacity. You will receive the following free capacity:
Trial account length: 14 days
CPU: 3.91 GHz
RAM: 4.88 GB
Storage: 100 GB
Bandwidth- incoming: 10GB (total)
Bandwidth- outgoing: 10GB (total)
Static IP addresses: 1
Dynamic IP addresses: Unlimited
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