Our infrastructure allows you to provision cloud servers in seconds on a highly redundant hardware platform, scale cloud servers with ease, pay only for what you use, cancel cloud servers anytime with no commitments, and save significant time and money. Much like a physical system, our cloud servers allow you to have full administrative access and operate any software you wish.
In essence, our cloud servers combine simplicity, security, and scalability with the reliability of the latest virtualization and cloud hosting platform.
Our Cloud Servers offer far greater flexibility vs. a dedicated server. Cloud servers can be created in seconds, easily scaled up, and deleted whenever you wish. You only pay for what you use with our Cloud Servers, and there are no long-term commitments.
Typically, a VPS is offered as a contracted service with fixed features (CPU, RAM and Hard Drive). With most VPS offerings, the resources you pay for are not guaranteed and are often oversold. A Cloud Server allows you to pay for only what you use and easily scale from 512 MB of RAM and a single processor to 64 GB of RAM and multiple CPUs. Additionally, we not only guarantee access to the resources you are paying for when you need them, you can also burst to use additional resources when they are not in use.
Yes, you can scale up your cloud server to a larger configuration anytime you wish. If you would like to scale up your server, please do so from the control panel. Scale down option is currently not available.
Yes, we provide console access to all of our Linux and Windows Cloud Servers. This is an extremely useful feature if you are troubleshooting or accidentally block yourself via firewall rules from accessing your box via SSH (Linux) or terminal services (Windows).
Yes, they are $0.003 per hour per IP address. You can acquire and manage additional IP addresses via the Atlantic.Net Cloud Server control panel.
Yes, private IPs are available. If your Cloud Server does not have a dedicated private IP address assigned and you would like one, please contact support.
Optional Daily Server Backup is available and can be enabled via the Atlantic.Net Cloud Control Panel for 20% of the server’s price. This includes the ability to restore your server from a given backup via the Atlantic.Net Cloud Server Control Panel.
If you have recommendations on how we can improve our Cloud Servers experience, please let us know by emailing [email protected].
You will be billed monthly on the anniversary of the date you registered for the Atlantic.Net Cloud. You will only be billed for the cloud servers you deploy and the data transfer used in the previous month.
In-bound transfer is free and a minimum of 1TB free out-bound data transfer is also included with the smallest plan. You pay for the additional outbound data transfer you use during a month. Please refer to our cloud server pricing section for details.
Most Linux distributions have no associated licensing cost. Microsoft charges a license fee for each Windows server used.
Hourly billing allows greater flexibility for developers and traditional 24/7 users. You only pay for the time the server is deployed. If you only need a server for a few hours — that is all you pay for.
We bill for your cloud server from the time you create it until you delete it. If you stop your server, we still have to reserve CPU, memory, and storage for your server even though it is not running.
Atlantic.Net is available to assist you 24/7/365 via phone and email.
We monitor and maintain the data center, network, and all the hardware that powers your cloud servers. You have full control to manage your cloud servers, including the operating system, server applications, and code.
Need assistance beyond Atlantic.Net’s covered support items listed below? No problem! We offer hourly support—just call us to discuss your needs.
Atlantic.Net Fully Supports: Data Center, Network Server, Cloud Platform Hardware
You are Responsible for: Your Application Code and Content, Applications, Operation System, Security Patches & Custom Applications
All data is stored on highly redundant infrastructure backed up on a daily basis.
Currently we offer those Operating Systems listed below and have many more planned.
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server 32-Bit
Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 32-Bit
Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
Ubuntu 14.10 Server 32-Bit
Ubuntu 14.10 Server 64-Bit
Ubuntu 15.04 Server 32-Bit
Ubuntu 15.04 Server 64-Bit
Debian 7.3.0 Server 32-Bit
Debian 7.3.0 Server 64-Bit
Debian 7.8.0 Server 32-Bit
Debian 7.8.0 Server 64-Bit
Debian 8.0.0 Server 32-Bit
Debian 8.0.0 Server 64-Bit
CentOS 6.6 Server 32-Bit
CentOS 6.6 Server 64-Bit
CentOS 7.2 Server 64-Bit
Fedora 21 Server 32-Bit
Fedora 21 Server 64-Bit
Fedora 22 Server 32-Bit
Fedora 22 Server 64-Bit
Fedora 23 Server 32-Bit
Fedora 23 Server 64-Bit
FreeBSD 10.1 Server 64-Bit
Arch Linux Server 64-Bit
Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Datacenter 64-Bit
Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter 64-Bit
Windows Server 2012 R2 Datacenter (Desktop Experience) 64-Bit
One Click Apps
LAMP on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
LEMP on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
WordPress on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
Docker on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
Node.js on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Server 64-Bit
cPanel/WHM on CentOS 7.2 Server 64bit
The network throughput to each server varies depending on which Cloud Server plan you select. The larger the Cloud Server chosen, the larger your Internet connection will be. Please refer to our Cloud Server pricing section for details.
Our Cloud utilizes a technology called QEMU. This technology allows the Cloud Servers to achieve nearly native performance by processing requests directly on the Cloud Computing Node’s Intel Xeon CPUs. Thus, the processor(s) in your Cloud Server display as QEMU.
Each Cloud Server has a certain number of virtual CPUs. Each virtual CPU is allocated an amount of CPU cycles based on the size of the Cloud Server plan. As an example, a 2048 MB Cloud Server has double the amount of CPU cycles of a 1024 MB Cloud Server and a 4096 MB Cloud Sever has double the amount of CPU cycles of a 2048 MB Cloud Server. Additionally, with Atlantic.Net’s Cloud Servers, we not only guarantee access to the CPU cycles you are paying for when you need them, you can also burst to use additional CPU cycles when they are not in use.
The amount of users on each Cloud node (the hardware that powers your Cloud Servers) varies depending on the type of Cloud Server each user purchases. That being said, we do not oversell the resource of the Cloud node to ensure the resources you are paying for are always available to you.
Our Cloud API is a RESTful Query interface designed to allow users to programmatically manage Atlantic.Net Cloud services. Calls are made over the Internet by sending HTTPS requests to the Atlantic.Net Cloud API Server. You can learn more about our API Documentation.
Atlantic.Net Cloud Servers come with a 100% Uptime SLA which includes the following:
100% Network Uptime SLA with Money Back Guarantee
100% Hardware Replacement SLA with Money Back Guarantee
100% Infrastructure Uptime SLA with Money Back Guarantee
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