By default, each server/instance includes a portion of SSD block storage (ephemeral disks). This way, you can start working right after your server has been started.
The downside of this ephemeral storage is that it is erased every time you stop the server.
To avoid this, you can add external SSD block storage.
Add extra SSD Block Storage to your OpenStack environment if you need more storage space or persistent data storage (e.g. for your databases).
This storage space is independent of your servers/instances, which means the data are kept intact, even after the connected server is stopped.
Object storage is a type of storage you can call via HTTP calls. With clients, you can e.g. encode files and split them over one or multiple objects. This storage method is therefore ideal to store huge amounts of data. Just think of backups and static web content, such as pictures, videos and documents.
For €0.10/GB per month, you can add full SSD storage to your OpenStack cloud.
Thanks to our flexible invoicing approach, you only pay for the GBs that you actually use.
Your network is ready. You can boost its capacity yourself with extra servers, load balancers, etc.
Create images yourself or get started with one of ours, which include the most common operating systems.
Keep an eye on your environment and adapt it automatically when traffic peaks.
Manage your OpenStack environment with the help of the handy control panel or a very comprehensive API.
Spread the load on your environment over multiple servers thanks to free load balancers.
Via the control panel or APIs, you can immediately add extra servers, load balancers, routers...
We provide various server configurations (both Linux and Windows) that allow you to expand your system endlessly.
Minimum €5 per month.
Right now, you will only pay a setup fee of € 41.40.
And try everything out for yourself for a while – free of charge!