antsle Launches Autonomous Web Hosting – private, economical web hosting solutions for everybody



Nov 12, 2015 – San Diego, CA - antsle today announced that it has developed a powerful, cost-effective hosting solution for developers that solves the cloud hosting trust and privacy problem as well as the cloud hosting cost problem. antsle’s new web hosting solution  includes powerful yet silent home-based servers, antsleOST for container-based and KVM-based virtualization, as well as antmanT, a Graphical User Interface to easily manage VMs.

“With antsle, developers can own their own compact data center in their office or home, able to run hundreds of virtual servers,” says Bernd Blume, CEO of antsle. “This means that there is no reason to share your data and work with Amazon, Digital Ocean, Google or others: All your data is completely in your hands. All for one low price, no matter how many virtual servers you create. We are empowering developers – giving them power to compete – securely and with the guarantee of full privacy.”

The antsle solution consists of an innovative, “living room” compatible, powerful and silent server. The UNIX-like operating system antsleOS acts as a hypervisor for both containers as well as VMs. The groundbreaking browser-based GUI antman enables developers to easily create and manage antlets or virtual machines (VMs). Unlike other web hosting solutions that require payment for additional VMs, antsle supports hundreds of VMs at a “flat rate”.  The 1-click installers enable quick and easy installation of many server-side apps.

The Tech Stuff- Most servers are sold as a piece of hardware, and the OS is either not included at all, or just added as a bundled bonus item, but not as an integral part of a complete solution. Some servers are made for data centers, to be rack-mounted. Some servers are “file” servers for storage purposes. Other servers are specialized as being database servers, etc. The antsle solution has been created with three design goals in mind:

1. Enable bare-metal virtualization with as little overhead as possible, capable of replacing VMs from AWS, digitalocean, etc.

2. Suitable for small office and home environments: 100% silent, beautiful, easily connectable to your router so the world can use your apps, super-easy creation and management of VMs

3. Security, safety, fault-tolerance

Innovative technical features include ZFS (the fault-tolerant file system), Error-correcting RAM, mirroring (TWO SSDs- if one fails, the other takes over without loss of data), antsleOS based on Solaris/SmartOS, and a GUI developed with Clojure.

The antsle is a complete solution, consisting of hardware, OS/hypervisor and management software, dedicated to the needs of developers and other professionals to host Internet-enabled services from home.

More About antsle – https://antsle.com/

Why antsle - We’re using an ant metaphor here. Ants are very social creatures – they all cooperate for a common goal. They are also hard-working. They are powerful and can easily move around a multiple of their own body weight and dimensions. Ants show us that together, we can make a difference. We can outsmart the big guys.

Based in San Diego and launched in 2014, antsle’s mission is to preserve the advantages of cloud computing, while liberating us from its downsides. Our vision is to have antsles in every home, hosting exciting apps, augmenting and partially replacing the large-scale datacenter. A huge number of cooperating, social and hard-working antsles are challenging the dominating status of a few dinosaurs.

The founders of antsle are Bernd “Bernie” Blume and Kurt Neumann. After a corporate career at IBM and a telecoms carrier, Bernie founded software startup Xionet and raised $4M in Venture Capital prior to founding antsle. Kurt co-founded security startup Packetsled raising $2M after a corporate career at Intuit and TimeWarner. He then developed security software for CISCO and co-founded antsle.

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Mark Shapiro

mshapiro@srs-techpr.com

619 249 7742

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