Infrastructure Services

Virtual Machines

Create and run virtual machines on the Cloud infrastructure.

The following predefined machine types are currently (2019/03) offered:

Machine flavor Virtual CPUs Memory (GB) Disk (GB) RAM / CPU (GB/core)
m1.small 1 2 20 2
m1.medium 2 4 40  
m1.large 4 8 80  
m1.xlarge 8 16 80  
m1.xxl 16 32 80  
m2.small 2 8 40 4
m2.medium 4 16 | 80  
m2.large 8 32 | 80  
m2.xlarge 12 48 80  
m3.large 16 64 80  
m3.xlarge 24 96 80  
m3.xxl 32 128 80  
c1.tiny 1 1 10 1
c1.small 2 2 20  
c1.medium 4 4 40  
c1.large 8 8 40  
c1.xlarge 12 12 40  
c2.large 16 16 40  
c2.xlarge 24 24 40  
c2.xxl 32 32 40  
d1.small 1 6 20 6
d1.medium 2 12 20  
d1.large 4 24 40  
d1.xlarge 8 48 40  
d2.large 12 72 80  
d2.xlarge 16 96 80  
d3.large 24 144 80  

Follow the tutorial to spawn your first VM.

Virtual Datacenter

Manage your own Virtual Datacenter, consisting of a set of resources:

  • vCPUs
  • RAM
  • storage
  • IP addresses
  • routers

As administrator of the VDC you can:

  • create projects
  • assign resources to projects
  • assign rights to users in a project

A user in a project can then:

  • create, deploy and delete VMs
  • create volumes and attach them to VMs

Learn more at Virtual Datacenter Quick Start.

Storage

Attach volumes to your VM.

Learn more at Storage Quick Start.