Topup using Paypal
If your balance is running low simply click add funds, you will be directed to Paypal to complete the payment. The amount you have entered is then added to your balance. Paypal are a Market leader in handling payments, so it makes sense for us to use their services.
Topup on demand meaning no monthly contracts, use Paypal to topup your balance, view your usage so you know how much you may need to topup.Sign up Login
Low cost Cloud
When you assign a Virtual CPU to a VM we calculate the cost as £0.001 per hour for each vCPU. This is automatically calculated and multiplied by the number of hours you have this running.
For each GB of Virtual RAM you allocate to a VM the price is calculated as £0.002 per hour per GB of vRAM. This is automatically calculated and multiplied by the number of hours you have this running.
Our storage is calculated at £0.00004 per GB of Storage per hour. This is automatically calculated and multiplied by the number of hours you have this running.
Only Pay for what you use
Choice of Linux Operating System
Ubuntu's current LTS release, if you are new to Linux Ubuntu is a good place to start, it's built on Debian and has tonnes of features.
Community enterprise Linux, this is one of the most popular Linux distributions around. Centos is our OS of choice.
Another Popular Operating system, Fedora is supported by the red Hat foundation.
Is another community developed popular Linux OS packed full of features.
Other Linux distros
As well as the above popular Linux distributions we offer more such as Debian, Arch Linux. We offer multiple versions of the OS. Sign up to view our full list.
Recommend an OS
If you want on OS available but we don't have it listed then simply raise a request and we will be more than happy to make it available.
All our VM's are configured once you deploy them, this means the network is setup and the credentials get injected. From then you can use and edit your VM however you like.
With Linux the options are endless, you could setup a web server or build your own API, why not check out our blog to see what we would recommend.