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Our control panel allows you manage your entire cloud infrastructure with us, offering you features from creating and deleting servers to managing complex security groups & key pairs.
Every instance is a fully functioning virtual cloud computer where you can install a guest operating system of your choice (image) with network configuration and a suite of software.
You can complete multiple actions on each instance from to power and backup actions in the management console. All of these actions are available for all instances.
Review all of your instance information from the overview page, including power and task states and reset your password without rebooting your server.
The resize function converts an existing server to a different instance type (scaling the server up or down). The original server is saved for a period of time to allow rollback if there is a problem.
Instance IP Addresses
Each instance is connected to 2 networks, the public and private network. All traffic that goes through the public network is billed per gigabyte while the private network traffic is free.
Instance Security Groups
The instance can be associated with multiple security groups that you created in the security groups section of the cloud management console.
The console provides you access to connect and manage your instance. The behaviour of the console differs from operating system to another.
The metrics for your server are instantly updated and reflect your current usage, they allow you to make scaling decisions based on your usage. These metrics are included with all instances for free.
Instance System Log
The system log contains all the console output of the server. It contains the exact output that would normally be displayed if you had a physical monitor attached to the machine.
Images & Snapshots
An image is a collection of files used to create or rebuild a server. We do provide a number of pre-built OS images by default. You may also create custom images from your cloud instances.
OpenStack provides ingress filtering for the instances based on the concept of security groups. A Security Group is a named set of rules that get applied to the incoming packets for the instances.
Keypairs allow you to login to your instances without having to remember the passwords for each of your instances and allows you to automate any tasks using password-less login to the server.
You can check all of the instances and images that you’ve created, modified or resized in the history of your account at anytime. These records are archived for billing reasons.
Leverage the OpenStack API in order to integrate it with your application or use existing applications designed to function and scale with OpenStack APIs.
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