New digitalocean promo code April – May 2014 for new customers!!!

If you believe in the momentum, it’s time to give digitalocean a try!!! A new digitalocean promo code is available for new customers!

digital-ocean-logo-2

If you believe in the momentum, it’s time to give digitalocean a try!!! A new digitalocean promo code is available for new customers!

Go @ digitalocean website and sign up

To get your first Droplet going (Digital Ocean’s name for a VPS deployment) you have to enter your billing details as well as hand over your credit card. Digital Ocean actually offers per-hour billing for all their VPS offerings, so the credit card information is taken just to ensure they can bill you at the end of the month. By the way my choice of payment was through paypal! I added 10$ for the first two months.

Now after confirming your account you can add this promo code:

DEPLOY2GO

and you will get 10$ free!!!

Go at digitalocean right now and use the above promo code, add 10$ more to your billing and you will have 4 months to try digitalocean and become a fan!!!

The reasons I like digitalocean:

Clean and Easy to Use Control Panel

A friendly interface to control all of your virtual servers. Create, resize, rebuild, and snapshot with single clicks. I also like the DNS management section in Control Panel, that provides an excellent way to manage delegated dns zones!

Linux Distributions & One-Click Install Apps

All of your favorite Linux distributions are supported, including the all new Ubuntu 14.04. Additionally, install your favorite applications on your cloud server with a click of a button. When creating a droplet, just click on the ‘Applications’ tab and your app will be live on your droplet in 55 seconds.

SSD-Only Cloud

Digitalocean has created the fastest and most convenient cloud technology to help you easily and more efficiently manage your infrastructure so you can get back to coding. I am fan of their high-performance SSD Hard Drives, flexible API, and the ability to select to nearest data center location. I cannot believe that it’s an SSD-Only Cloud.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Prove me that you are not a robot :) * Time limit is exhausted. Please reload the CAPTCHA.