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Mosso, an on demand hosting start-up is embracing Cloud Computing with open arms, and today launched the beta of CloudFS, a new web-based storage offering that will compete with Amazon’s S3. Mosso plans to charge $0.15 per gigabyte, and will remain in beta till end of […]

Mosso, an on demand hosting start-up is embracing Cloud Computing with open arms, and today launched the beta of CloudFS, a new web-based storage offering that will compete with Amazon’s S3. Mosso plans to charge $0.15 per gigabyte, and will remain in beta till end of third quarter.

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  1. Andrew Mitry Monday, May 5, 2008

    We tried Mosso out for a while about a year and a half ago, we were not impressed – frequents outages, performance and MySQL db connectivity issues. They responded relatively quickly but outages were too frequent to justify staying with them.

  2. Mosso Launches Managed Storage Service at 15 Cents Per Gigabyte | MSPmentor Tuesday, May 6, 2008

    [...] If you’d like to potentially participate in the Moso CloudFS beta, you can inquire here. I first read about the beta on  GigaOm. [...]

  3. Press Release Point Tuesday, May 6, 2008

    I hope their service level will improve. How does the pricing of this Mosso cloud compare with that of Amazon S3 cloud.

  4. martin varsavsky Tuesday, May 6, 2008

    four play? it´s about time they found a way to get women interested in technology….

  5. Marc’s Voice » Blog Archive » More May ’08 blogging Thursday, May 8, 2008

    [...] xrdstype.net, OpenDD, Dragonfly, Lycos Cinema, Enomaly, Connectbeam, SearchMonkey, Tributes, Mosso, Bizzlr, Piwik, SitePoint, Lefora, Coolspotters, [...]

  6. I couldn’t agree more with what Andrew Mitry said. We recently switched and while their prices are cheap and their concept is awesome – try getting scale-out ASP.NET and MS SQL for that price anywhere else – they are down all the time. Just while I was reading this, in fact, I got an email from my monitoring service at SiteUpTime that one of my sites was down. And it is still as I finish writing this. If Mosso doesn’t learn how to manage clusters better, we’re leaving.

  7. RightScale Makes Multiple Clouds Work – GigaOM Wednesday, September 17, 2008

    [...] As corporate giants get more interested in managing clouds, startups already in the sector are defending their turf and trying to make cloud computing more enterprise friendly. RightScale, a one-year-old startup that offers a management platform for Amazon’s Web Services said today that it now can offer the same management for clouds provided by GoGrid and FlexiScale. It also says it’s working with Rackspace to integrate information from the Mosso and F5 clouds. [...]

  8. Rackspace Buys Two Startups to Beat Amazon’s Cloud – GigaOM Wednesday, October 22, 2008

    [...] products offered by its cloud hosting division. The company’s existing Hosting Cloud and CloudFS storage offerings are now known as Cloud Sites and Cloud Files, respectively. And it announced the creation [...]

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