Our enterprise-grade servers offer several features such as real-time provisioning, private networks, nested virtualization, 100% SLA and autorecovery. You can tailor your requirements to seamlessly scale complex architectures across multiple hardware profiles.
Servers are only billed while they are turned on. Within a server’s operating system, it is possible to put it into a suspended or sleeping a state, which we do not recognise. These servers will still be billed, and if the server has to be migrated to another node, we will wake the server up.
By configuring your servers in different Availability Zones, you can selectively distribute your servers (physical distance) or selectively consolidate them (low physical distance).
You can choose between three Availability Zones (Zones A, B or C). If you choose “Auto”, your server can work with the best performance at that moment. By default, servers are created with the “Auto” setting.
With autorecovery you define whether or not you wish us to automatically restart your server in case of an error and thus try to recover it. It increases server availability by restarting the server within a specified time after a system hangs. Autorecovery is enabled by default, and can be configured.
Our hardware profile defines a standard set of hardware configuration settings. Using a hardware profile ensures that a consistent hardware configuration is used in the server and your server meets the right specific technical requirements.
We currently offer the following hardware profiles:
|Q35 Chipset (Default since 2020)||bios||virtio-scsi||virtio|
|Standard (pre 2020 default)||bios||virtio-scsi||virtio|
|Legacy (high compatibility)||bios||ide||e1000|
|Nested (enables Nested Virtualization)||bios||virtio-scsi||virtio|
VNC (Remote Console)
Access to the VNC console requires user and password access to the server.
When booting from an ISO image, using the VNC console is recommended.
Up to eight networks can be connected to one server. One of them can be the public network (Internet).
More information on Networking and IP address can be found in the Network section.
We support one IPv4 and one IPv6 address via our API.
More information regarding linked IPs can be found in the Network section.
A total of eight storages, or 15 for managed Kubernetes can be connected to one server. However, only one of the Rocket Storages can be connected to a server (with additional Distributed Storages).
A total of one ISO image can be mounted on a server.
One firewall template can be created per server network connection, with additional local firewall rules per server network connection.
Please note that as long as the server is switched on, the following actions are blocked:
- Change Network Settings (IPv4/6)
- Change Hardware Profile
- Disconnect/Connect Storage
Servers can be started and stopped via the power button at the right corner. The safest way to switch off your server is via ACPI shutdown.
In order to delete a server, it needs to be turned off first.