Telstra’s new web hosting platform, called Web Hosting, is a bit like Google Cloud Platform or AWS.
And if you want a bit more control, it also lets you manage your own private cloud.
However, the platform doesn’t have a ton of features that make it a good fit for small business users.
Read more on Ars Technic’s website.
A new competitor to Amazon’s EC2 has also made its way into the market.
HondaWeb is a virtual private server (VPS) which offers a free, flexible hosting option.
The service offers a variety of features including a free trial, a 30-day money back guarantee, and a one-time $99 installation fee.
If you’re looking to upgrade to a premium plan, you can do so for $19 a month.
At the moment, the service is only available in North America.