Vultr provides users with access to cloud-based servers on which they can deploy their virtual machines. Once an order is placed, instances can be spun within 60 seconds. Users can choose from a wide range of operating system templates or upload their own. Vultr's control panel offers one-click access to important functions, such as restarting, rebooting, and reinstalling. Users are billed by the hour with no long-term contracts. The Vultr API enables users to manage their infrastructure from third party systems.
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14-07-17 01:44:20[SDK] Vultr PHP SDK by malc0mn updated with Related API Vultr
05-10-16 23:24:43[SDK] Vultr Python SDK by The Spry Group updated with Related API Vultr