on Sep. 04, 2012 : Cloud hosting provider VEXXHOST has announced that they've effectively started the cloud servers powered by OpenStack cloud platform. This was announced on Monday September 3, 2012 by site announcement. Vexxhost web hosting is extremely committed towards newly created open source cloud platform and considers it to become the most promising computer software within the field of cloud hosting.

It was
further announced that cloud servers are available on very exciting rates and with additional value added features. These cloud sever services are out there for both Linux and Windows based server packages. The significant operating systems which are supported by these cloud servers depending on OpenStack platform are Ubuntu, Debain, CentOS/RHEL, Windows 2008, and Windows 2003. Cloud servers are obtainable with extremely featured and automatic self healing technologies and redundant schemes to create your cloud hosting practical experience one particular from the most astounding ones. The information storage is complemented by the enterprise storage according to latest redundant array independent disk RAID technologies.

As per statement,
you could appreciate straightforward access through net interface for program administrators and by way of APIs for application developers. The efficiency of OpenStack is incredible for scaling your cloud computing resources really fast and immediately. The OpenStack control panel is very simple to use and wonderful with regards to performance and qualities. These all options are accessible for as low as just 1.5¢ per hour. You may also scale up the resources as much as tremendously high levels. By way of example, you can configure CPU cores up to 16 cores, RAM up to 2560 GB, and dedicated RAM up to 64 GB. It truly is incredibly vital to note that newly created OpenStack control panel CloudManage is very uncomplicated and user friendly.
The next generation of virtual private servers, renamed to cloud servers, offer the same affordability and ease of management for you, with added granular scalability and full redundancy.

Storage Location 

For Cloud servers; Servers are stored on a redundant central iSCSI enterprise storage server with thousands of gigabytes of storage ready for instant use. and the VPS Servers are stored on a RAID-10 array located on the same server. This limits the amount of resources that can be allocated to your server. 

Storage Tolerance
For Cloud servers; the central storage system can sustain at least 7 simultaneous drive failures (which is almost impossible) and any VPS node hardware failure doesn't bring your server down. For VPS All of your data would be lost if a total of two simultaneous hard drive failures occur, the array would be irrecoverable after. If any other hardware of the VPS node fails, the server goes down.

Server Scalability 

For cloud servers; Ability to configure every aspect of your server without limitations, RAM can be upgraded with low storage.Any upgrades are instantly completed from an online control panel. For VPS; There are a set of plans which are created by the hoster to fill their servers, not fulfill your needs. Therefore, you are forced to pay for more disk space if you need more RAM, etc.

High Availability 

For Cloud servers have full redundancy. If the host server fails, the cloud server instantly restarts on a new host seconds after detecting a failure, effectively decreasing downtime and increasing redundancy. For VPS, VPS servers have zero hardware redundancy. This mean if a main VPS host server fails, every VPS hosted under it will be down until the VPS host is successfully repaired and brought back online.

Server Pricing 

For Cloud Servers, Cloud servers are much better priced. The ability to control specific resources and order specific amounts of disk space, CPU, bandwidth or RAM allows you to get the server you need for the best price. For VPS; VPS servers tend to cost more due to plans. Service providers maintain a ratio of storage and RAM in order to fill their nodes. This makes it more expensive to acquire specific resources in a VPS.