The cloud Lillith platform is built entirely on ex-corporate hardware with plenty of redundancy in place, speedy SSD storage and lightning-fast 56Gbps back-end.
The SuperServe Web App allows monitoring of the hosts utilisation your VM sits on. Full transparency.
With up to 80 cores paired with NVidia and AMD GPUs, we're all compute ready.
Nada. No costs. cloud Lillith platform is a private platform run entirely as a hobby. Not a single penny is made from it.
Need to access your server whilst on-the-go? CLP utilises the latest technologies to allow you to access your server, anywhere.
RAID 5 SATA SSD's gives near NVME performance whilst maintaining redundancy. Super fast SSD storage means your VM's will fly when it comes to I/O intensive operations.
We're always upgrading our hardware to the latest and greatest we can get our hands on to give you the best performance as possible whilst retaining power efficiency.
cloud Lillith platform isn't a service, you can't buy or rent anything here. CLP is run explicitly as a hobby.No money is made from this platform and no money will ever be made from it. This is the way it always has been and always will be.
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CSC Here, I've taken on a project I didn't think I could complete, but somehow have managed it. A few years back I saw a video by YouTuber MJD regarding an old Microsoft subscription product called OneCare which he was unfortunately unable to get installing, and I've cracked it...Click to go to OneCare RW!
We managed to get hold of a £1 server, but how good exactly is it?
Lets see exactly what we got.(Click to go to YouTube)
Coming soon to CLP Video and YouTube! This server is the successor to the £15 IBM Server restoration, a modern server too!.
The my cloud Lillith panel has been completely redesigned with more functionality and a modern feel.
SuperServe has been updated to perform better and implement multi-threading support.
An extra 64GB RAM has now been added to the main cluster totalling in a 420GB of available memory.
Recently we restored an older 1366 based IBM System X3550 M2. It's not perfect but it's certainly running better and is near fully upgraded.