Posted on 1.11.2013

UpCloud Now Available On ComputeNext

We are proud to announce that we have joined the ComputeNext marketplace.

ComputeNext is a cloud services brokerage, also recognised as a Gartner 2013 Cool Vendor. On ComputeNext you are able to purchase server resources from multiple providers and then control all your resources through one interface.

UpCloud is available on ComputeNext with both of our data centres, Helsinki and London. All new customers of ComputeNext who spend a minimum of 100 euros a month on UpCloud services are eligible for a 500€ voucher until the end of this year. You can use the code UPCN and the credits will be added to your account.

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