From Storm to Cloud: Where did the Storm platform go?

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With the rollout of our new logo, new website, and general brand refresh we made some big changes. The most noticeable being our new logo and the websites fresh new look. We took this opportunity to update some of our product branding as well.

Our Storm Platform, and related products, is now referred to as our Cloud Platform. You’re still working off the same great Cloud hosting platform, just with a new name.

Note — 8/4/17
At this time our management interface has not been updated to reflect this name change. When this change has been rolled out the article will be updated and this note removed.

As there are a large number of articles in our Knowledge Base it will take some time to update them all. During this transitional period our documentation and website terms may not line up directly. To ease this transition I wrote this quick guide to help find Storm products in their new homes.

Storm Product Name Updates:

And that just about covers it! Overall a pretty easy change to get used to; essentially anytime we used to use Storm, you now see Cloud. One important thing to note, our Storm API is not going away at all and will remain intact as is.

If anything on this changes, rest assured, we will keep you updated.

About the Author: David Singer

I am a g33k, Linux blogger, developer, student, and former Tech Writer for Liquidweb.com. My passion for all things tech drives my hunt for all the coolz. I often need a vacation after I get back from vacation....

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