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Rumble Cloud, a Big Tech challenger, enters beta

In a bold step toward a free and open Internet, Rumble, the thriving video sharing platform, has advanced its mission with the historic beta launch of Rumble Cloud, an early delivery of the company’s projected timeline at the heart of of the cloud services market. .

This Rumble milestone, launched today, forms the backbone of a new infrastructure highway aimed at supporting the unrestricted Internet. It’s a beacon for those left out in the cold by Big Tech’s censorship and questionable pricing tactics in the cloud services domain.

Rumble’s goal has been to build a solid framework capable of sustaining the company’s high-speed streaming and video business. The infrastructure in place now not only addresses Rumble’s complete video needs, but also serves as a springboard into the cloud market, allowing it to compete with Amazon and Google.

It will take excess capacity and turn it into a cost-effective cloud-based service for a new customer base, taking advantage of economies of scale.

With the promise of a wide range of functionality, Rumble Cloud is ready to offer its beta clientele a wide portfolio of cloud services. These include, but are not limited to, Kubernetes and virtual machines, essential storage services (such as block and object storage), along with networking features with virtual private clouds and load balancers.

To drive the success of the service, the Rumble Cloud Beta Partner Program offers partners the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of Rumble Cloud, play a vital role in its refinement, and work alongside Rumble’s top talent .

“In my opinion, the Rumble Cloud is one of the most overlooked opportunities with Rumble,” said Chris Pavlovski, President and CEO of Rumble. It underscores the service’s integral role in the company’s core video business and the huge potential market it can tap into by using excess capacity.


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