You only pay for what you use.
512 MB, CPU
29.90 € / month, 1.90 € / hour
- Truly Flexible and Scalable Truly Flexible and Scalable
- Dedicated High Performance Dedicated High Performance
- Extreme Redundancy Extreme Redundancy
- Always in control Always in control
- Competitively priced Competitively priced
- Try It for Free Try It for Free
Flexible Infrastructure Services, Hour Based Billing
UpCloud is a European cloud infrastructure provider that prides itself on world-class technology and pricing. Our customers are not bound by artificial restrictions and for example, server resources on instance amounts, memory and disk space can be adjusted freely.
As an UpCloud customer, you can also be sure that your servers are deployed fast. A typical Linux-server deployment is less than 60 seconds - a world record in its class!See next: High Performance
Excellent CPU- and IO-Performance 24/7
At UpCloud, we only sell dedicated server resources. Our customers can be sure that the server resources they have ordered offer consistently great performance, during the theoretical peak hours as well as the non-peak hours.
In addition, the storage system used in our service is truly unique: the whole system has been hand crafted with love. Our developers have focused greatly on the typical challenges and pitfalls in the cloud environment, such as scalability, random IO load and redundancy.See next: Reliable
A Completely Redundant and Self-Healing System, Backed Up by a 100% SLA Agreement
The infrastructure behind UpCloud is designed to be fully redundant. We have resolved redundancy issues, for example, by duplicating critical server, storage and network devices, and by using smart application-level load-sharing and fault-management algorithms as well as high-level data centres.
Additionally, our service has the most comprehensive SLA agreement in the market, so our customers can feel safe that the services they use will run smoothly 24/7 throughout the year. However, should there be any unplanned interruptions to our service, we shall reimburse fifty times the level of service fees for the duration.See next: Easy to Manage
Easy to Use, But With Lots of Features
Everything can be controlled through the UpCloud Control Panel. With the Control Panel, you can manage server resources, such as deploying servers, scaling, and changing network and storage settings, in a simple and effortless way. The tool also enables you to view server statistics, as well as server operation and invoicing reports. We also have apps for iPhone and Android platforms so you have quick control even when you are on the road. More demanding management solutions can be created through our API.See next: Affordable
Pay As You Go With Competitive Prices
We only charge you for actual use, based on hourly billing. Whether you need ten servers for the long term or just one for four hours, we've got it covered! Regardless of the lifetime of the server, your invoicing reports will confirm that we have billed you just for the resources you have used.
Also due to our proprietary technology, we have highly competitive prices internationally!See next: Try It for Free!
Server management has never been this easy!
Our intuitive UpCloud Control Panel is a convenient tool for all server-management tasks. The UpCloud Control Panel can be used with a Web browser via an SSL-encrypted connection. See the screenshots below for the key features.
The Dashboard is fully modular and the view is editable, which can be set to include, for instance, various quick-functions and monitoring and statistical functions.
The server listing includes all servers under the account as well as the most typical configuration and IP address details. The view also enables you to shut down, start or restart a server or multiple servers.
Deploying a New Server
Deploying a server has never been this fast! Choose the operating system you want to use, your configuration preferences, give your server a name and choose its geographical location. Once you have made your choices, a typical Linux server, for example, will be up and running in less than 30 seconds!
A Single Server Management View
The management view is a comprehensive tool for server management. Among other things, the view allows you to restart a server, open a console connection, change server parameters, determine the firewall settings and view server statistics.
Server Migration Between Different Service Areas
UpCloud is one big cloud - geographical boundaries are not a limit if you want to duplicate or migrate your server, even to a different country! This kind of flexibility has never been seen before!
Account Billing Management
Service fees are billed through the dedicated UpCloud Billing Management system. You can easily monitor the status of your account and invoices through User Management. Transferring funds to the account is quick, easy and safe by using our carefully selected payment providers.
Latest from the blog
We are very excited about the announcements today and in the near future.
Firstly, we are increasing the maximum memory and CPU limits you can configure on UpCloud. Now you can configure servers up to (and including) 10 CPUs and 64GB of memory. You can configure your servers with the new limits through our API and also the Control Panel, as well as on the mobile applications.
Secondly, we have removed the dependancy between CPU and memory -resources. This means you can configure as much or as little memory to your 1 CPU instance – or whatever the configuration might be for that matter.
We hope that with these two updates you will be able to enjoy and find value in UpCloud even more.
Lastly, weâre going to be opening up a new availability zone in Chicago soon. In addition to this, weâll be unveiling a new storage backend weâve been working on for quite some time. According to our benchmarks, itâs the fastest IaaS storage backend available and you find some benchmark figures in our tweet:
The moment you realise a VM is faster than physical hardware. Would you pay 0.20â¬ / GB a month for this? ETA June. pic.twitter.com/4A4aim6uhR
— UpCloud (@upcloud) May 23, 2014