Manage servers from any computer using the extremely powerful Web-based LEAP interface. This interface offers a complete degree of control over not only infrastructure, but your SingleHop account itself.
Use your smartphone to control your dedicated servers and cloud hosting infrastructure with native LEAP v3 applications for iOS and Android. We are working on new applications for other platforms and will be deploying them soon.
LEAP offers a special Web interface optimized for tablet computers with an enhanced interface for touch interaction as well as a wide-range of features normally only accessible via the Web-based portal.
LEAP’s DropZone and Tandem interfaces offer a wide-range of developer-friendly functionality. Fully integrate your applications with the infrastructure platform and enhance your ability to scale and manage growth down the line.
Our portal empowers you to design, deploy, and manage servers without having to contact someone at SingleHop every time.
Infrastructure is deployed in minutes, not hours, by the highly automated platform. You are able to monitor progress every step of the way.
Servers are deployed perfectly every-time, while the likelihood of human error is reduced substantially by leveraging highly efficient and tested automated systems. This reduces the need to redo and redeploy.
LEAP will provide an ETA whenever you need to deploy a server. Our ETAs are based on server availability and statistical data, making sure your servers are deployed on time every time.
LEAP is designed to be fast and easy to use for advanced and beginner users. Intuitive menu structure and prompts help move things along.
Manage solutions comprised of single or multiple components from one powerful system.
Create and manage all aspects of your individual components. Fully configure passwords, software licenses, backups, virtualization, support, network, and security from one interface.
Routing, IP tables, Reverse and Forward DNS management, and much more are fully integrated into LEAP. Activate and route on the private network, or increase capacity on the public network from one interface.