VirtualBox Linux Hosting Chensin: ‘If we need to get an upgrade, we’ll upgrade’

The virtualbox website hosting company Chensis, which owns the domain name server and other assets used by many online virtualization services, is planning to move to a new cloud provider in the next two to three months, according to a statement released Tuesday.

The new provider, CloudBees, will be headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, the company said in a statement.

Chensins management will retain its existing cloud hosting platform, but the company will move to an additional provider, according the statement.

VirtualBox, which was founded in 2005 and has been used in virtualization and virtualization-as-a-service software for more than a decade, is a free and open source virtualization software that provides hardware virtualization technology.

The company said it expects to hire an additional 100 people over the next three months.

CloudBeez will operate under the name of CloudBee.

CloudCakes, which is owned by DigitalOcean, announced it would shutter its cloud hosting business and lay off its more than 2,000 employees in the second quarter of this year, after a year-long search for a new provider.

The shutdown, which took effect Oct. 31, followed a similar move in June that closed down VMWare, the cloud hosting service that had been operating under the names VMWair and VMWire.

VirtualCloud, which offers cloud hosting, has been operating as VirtualBox for several years.

Its cloud hosting product, VMWeather, is free to use and is one of the leading alternatives to VirtualBox.

Chenis, the new provider of cloud hosting and other services, will continue to provide virtualization, virtualization as a service and other cloud hosting services, according Chensi.

“We believe the cloud is changing.

It’s getting faster and cheaper, and now it’s getting easier to host and manage.

And we’re just starting to see how easy it will be for our customers to deploy it,” said Chensina.

“Cloud hosting has always been a great service, and it has been our main focus in this transition,” said Chris Hargrove, CEO of Chension Hosting.

“The company is going to invest in new capabilities and new capabilities will help it compete with other cloud providers.”

Hargreve, who has been a customer of Chenins website hosting since 2011, said he is not surprised by the move.

“I’ve been using it since 2009 and the service was great, and I was thrilled to see it closed down in the end,” he said.

“My wife and I have been trying to move the family to another country to get to a country with better Internet speeds and a better price.

This will help us move our family there.”

Chensing said it plans to add new services to its website hosting business, including a cloud hosting app, as well as add new hosting products to its portfolio.

Cchenis is currently planning to use the same hosting infrastructure as VMWee as a base for its new cloud hosting.

“At this time, we are looking at using CloudBeed as the base for all of our hosting offerings, but it will not be a single platform,” Chensien said.

Cchensin is planning on hiring 100 people and is looking for a suitable provider.