Reviews and expert opinion Skynube

Ranked 1263rd from 2942 Web Hosting
4.3
Features
4.4
Ease of Use
4.0
Support
4.0
Pricing
4.6
Server locations
Chicago
Turkey
Onajite Omare
Onajite Omare
Web Hosting Expert
Skynube offers reasonable-priced cloud hosting for medium to large business websites. Customers control their servers and there are no beginner-friendly tools. The company also has reseller cloud hosting on offer.

Overview

Skynube

Skynube is a United States registered and located company. It offers cloud hosting and reseller cloud hosting to its customers all over the world. The company’s servers are located in Chicago, U.S.A, and Istanbul, Turkey, but it has plans to get servers in six other locations. The company’s website is available in English only.

Features and Ease of Use

Skynube offers eight plans: four Cloud hosting plans and four Professional plans. The cloud plan is for those businesses just having the need of cloud but not so much CPU and RAM power, Professional hosting plans are for large businesses who need more space, bandwidth, CPU and RAM power to power their websites. These are some of the features of the plans:

  • 99% uptime guarantee
  • Snapshot backups
  • Anywhere from 1TB to 20TB bandwidth
  • Up to 24 vCores
  • Up to 2TB HDD

Skynube provides a wide network connection port that allows more packets of traffic through at the same time. Its network connection is 10Gbit. It uses up-to-date Intel Xeon cores to ramp up server performance.

On Skynube, cloud hosting is fully managed by the customer. You’ll have to set your own firewall rules. So, if you’re a beginner to web hosting, you should either stick with a beginner-friendly shared hosting provider or get an experienced person to handle your cloud server.

Customers can shut down, start, and restart their servers at any time from the control panel. From the control panel, you can also manage all your website details (operating system, files, databases, etc), rebuild your server, detect network interfaces, monitor RAM and CPU usage, add or remove disks to your cloud servers and more.

Skynube doesn’t limit the OS that customers can install. It supports many versions of Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, FreeBSD, Debian, and Windows. You have full root access to your cloud servers so you can install the OS yourself and handle any other high-level setting.

Pricing and Support

The prices are fair for cloud servers. You get good value for your money. Subscription periods are monthly, every three months, six months, or one year. You can pay with Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal.

Once your payment has been received and confirmed at Skynube, you’ll get an email confirmation with details in less than 15 seconds. It doesn’t have any hidden contracts or clauses. You can cancel at any time and renew when your plan expires if you wish.

It’s the norm that you don’t get a money-back guarantee on cloud hosting from many companies. This one is no different. If you’re still skeptical, go for a plan – one month or so – that you’re comfortable with.

There’s no knowledge base. Customer support is available through email, ticket, and live chat. I tried the live chat but it doesn’t work 24/7 so I had to send an email and as at five days later, I hadn’t gotten a reply.

Skynube

Pricing

4.6

Cloud Hosting

Plan Name
Storage
Bandwidth
CPU
RAM
Price
50GB
1TB
1 vCore
4GB
$9.90
80GB
2TB
2 vCore
6GB
$19.90
100GB
3TB
2 vCore
8GB
$29.90
160GB
4TB
4 vCore
16GB
$59.90
500GB
10TB
6 vCore
32GB
$99.90
900GB
10TB
12 vCore
64GB
$199.90
1TB
10TB
18 vCore
96GB
$259.90
2TB
20TB
24 vCore
128GB
$399.90
Plan Name
Storage
Bandwidth
CPU
RAM
Price
50GB
1TB
1 vCore
4GB
$9.90
80GB
2TB
2 vCore
6GB
$19.90
100GB
3TB
2 vCore
8GB
$29.90
160GB
4TB
4 vCore
16GB
$59.90
500GB
10TB
6 vCore
32GB
$99.90
900GB
10TB
12 vCore
64GB
$199.90
1TB
10TB
18 vCore
96GB
$259.90
2TB
20TB
24 vCore
128GB
$399.90
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Bottom line on Skynube

Skynube offers reasonably priced hosting to its customers that are all over the world. The company provides cloud servers that customers have to fully manage it, including setting their OS and choose whatever application that they wish to run. However, beginners will find it hard to use.

Pros

  • Supports a variety of OS distributions
  • A high network connection port
  • Auto-scaling of server resources
  • Customers are in control of their servers

Cons

  • No shared hosting plans
  • No beginner-friendly tool

Opt for cloud hosting at Skynube

Onajite Omare
Onajite Omare
Onajite is a content writer and Website developer that is focused on helping businesses attract, engage, and convert customers on the internet. When she's not writing content, crafting designs, or codes, she enjoys a good book.

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