Founded in 2014, CloudLITE is a hosting provider based in Moscow, Russia. It specializes in VPS/VDS (virtual private server/virtual dedicated server) hosting for Linux and Windows as well as IAAS (infrastructure as a service) hosting. It also offers VPS hosting optimized for CMS (content management systems). CloudLITE houses its servers in its own data center in Russia.
The CloudLITE website is informative, looks professional, and is in Russian only. All prices are displayed in Russian rubles.
Features and Ease of Use
CloudLITE offers three VPS categories – Linux, Windows, and CMS – with five price plans under each category. While the plans mainly differ in disk space, CPU, and RAM, they all come with unlimited monthly bandwidth. Here’s a quick breakdown of the plans:
- The Linux plans come with disk space ranging between 30 GB and 70 GB, RAM from 1 GB up to 8 GB, and CPU from 2 x 2.2 GHz up to 4 x 2.2 GHz.
- The Windows plans come with disk space ranging between 50 GB and 90 GB, RAM from 1 GB up to 8 GB, and CPU from 1 x 2.2 GHz up to 4 x 2.2 GHz.
- The CMS plans come with disk space ranging between 30 GB and 40 GB, RAM from 1 GB up to 8 GB, and CPU from 1 x 2.2 GHz up to 4 x 2.2 GHz.
When you sign up for any package, you get these standard features:
- ISPmanager control panel
- 99.5% uptime guarantee
- SSD storage
- SSH access
- Dedicated IP
All plans come with SSD storage, which performs much faster than traditional disk drives and will boost the overall performance of your website.
The ISPmanager 5 Lite control panel is free for the first month, but then you have to pay for it. ISPmanager has a user-friendly interface to manage your websites.
SSH access is allowed, giving you the freedom to access your control panel remotely from any device, anywhere in the world.
Pricing and Support
CloudLITE’s prices compare favorably with several international vendors in its tier. You can choose to be billed monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.
Even though CloudLITE doesn’t have a money-back guarantee, it offers a three-day free trial for customers based in Russia. You can pay via WebMoney and all major debit/credit cards among other online payment options.
There’s a comprehensive knowledge base on the website that contains tutorials and FAQs covering most major topics. You can get in touch with customer support through email or phone.
However, I sent an email a few days ago, but still no answer.