Prisma Early Access

Prisma Screenshot Nov18

Hi everyone!

We sent out invites to our active customers with US-based Minecraft servers earlier this week to kickstart our Prisma Early Access program. Since then, we’ve filled up a few nodes with test servers and gotten some really awesome bug reports and feedback. I’d like to take the opportunity to give a little background about our plans for releasing Prisma.

Back in late 2015, we announced an open beta period for Prisma to gather feedback, get suggestions, and find bugs. We ran the beta for a few months in early 2016 and got lots of feedback from our users. After the beta ended, we took this feedback and spent ~6 months continuing development on the control panel, adding new features, fixing critical bugs, and enhancing the experience overall. As a small team, it’s been an incredible effort and lots of sleepless nights, but Prisma is now very close to release.

We’re continuing our trend of gathering invaluable feedback from our users and customers with Prisma Early Access. Throughout November, we want to see how our software performs under real world conditions with real users. This is going to be our final testing period before moving customers from Multicraft over to Prisma and provisioning new servers directly on Prisma. Our goal is to build the future of CubedHost around Prisma — the new platform will allow us to support more game servers with ease, while being able to implement suggestions directly from our customers in less time. It’s more important than ever for us to gather feedback during this testing period, so we’re now opening it up to the public.

Sign up for free to test Prisma and get a 1GB Minecraft server

Early access testing is over, thanks for your help! 🙂

Sign up with the link above and get a free server on Prisma right away. You’ll also get a first-hand look at our newest location and datacenter: Chicago, IL, USA! We’ll send out a survey to get some feedback from you after a few days and if you can spare the time to fill it out, we’d really appreciate it. It helps us improve our service and continue to offer the highest quality Minecraft servers 🙂

– The CubedHost Team

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