Nitrado Public Cloud

Your personal server within seconds

Cloud Server Performance

High Performance

Each server uses the latest Intel Xeon E5 v4 processors.

SSD

SSD Speed

Rapid speeds thanks to central HPE 3PAR SSD storage.

DDoS Protected Cloud Server

DDoS Protection

The network is shielded by a hardware DDoS protection.

Premium Internet Connection

The Best Connection

Direct peerings with big carriers and up to 1 Gbit/s network connection.

Upgrade

Full Flexibility

Upgrades and downgrades are possible at any time.

Developer API

For Developers

Best Cloud Services: Thanks to the API the Nitrado Cloud is also perfect for developers.



Rent Public Cloud Server / VPS

The affordable option for projects with a lot of planning security - cloud provider Nitrado makes it possible.

Cloud Server S Cloud Server M Cloud Server L Custom
CPU 1 vCore 2 vCores 4 vCores Up to 24 vCores
RAM 512 MB 2 GB 4 GB Up to 64 GB
SSD storage 20 GB 40 GB 80 GB Up to 5120 GB
Traffic 2 TB 2 TB 2 TB Up to 20 TB
Price
7.40 US$
per 30 days
16.33 US$
per 30 days
28.04 US$
per 30 days
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Rent Public Cloud Server Dynamic / VPS

Full flexibility thanks to a short minimum runtime. The server can be canceled or downgraded for the full residual value at any time.

Cloud Server Dynamic S Cloud Server Dynamic M Cloud Server Dynamic L Custom
CPU 1 vCore 2 vCores 4 vCores Up to 24 vCores
RAM 1 GB 2 GB 4 GB Up to 64 GB
SSD storage 20 GB 40 GB 80 GB Up to 5120 GB
Traffic 2 TB 2 TB 2 TB Up to 20 TB
Price
0.39 US$
per day
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Cloud services with a unique Web Interface


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Nitrado always gives high priority to usability and ease-of-use. Nothing changes for the Public Cloud. The Nitrado Web Interface always provides access to the important features of your server.


HPE 3PAR StoreServ SSD Storage


Your server's data within the Public Cloud is stored on a central storage server. This results in enormous processing speeds and high data integrity.

As with all hosting products, Nitrado aims to provide the best possible hardware for Cloud Servers. For storage this promise is kept not only by exclusively using top quality SSD storage, but also by managing it within a centralized high-performance storage by HPE.

Tremendous robustness against data loss and access times below one millisecond are only two of the many advantages this storage system brings to the table.


Cloud Hosting from provider Nitrado - also suited for developers


Cloud hosting from Nitrado is well suited for developers. Various tasks can be completely automated via the modern REST API. Just stop by at our official Github Account to download offical SDKs.


State-of-the-Art Open Source Technology


For its Public Cloud, cloud provider Nitrado relies on the most up-to-date open source technologies and contributes to various projects to push the open source community forward further.


FAQ General questions about cloud hosting

What is a Public Cloud?

A Public Cloud is a great combination of enormous computing capacity with great flexibility. This consists of a central enterprise SSD storage at Nitrado, which is in itself fail-safe due to redundant RAID controllers, as well as redundant power supply. The other major parts are the so-called Compute Nodes on which the Cloud Servers are started. These are often referred to as vServers, VPS or Root Servers. The Compute-Nodes are constantly expanded to guarantee optimal server performance. This configuration also enables live migrations of the instances to provide enough power at load peaks.

What is a Cloud Server?

A Cloud Server is a Virtual Server, also known as "vServer", "VPS" (Virtual Private Server" or Root Server, which can be dynamically expanded or reduced. This server shares resources of a so-called compute node (see "What is a public cloud?") and has a very high availability through the infrastructure provided by Nitrado. The cloud server can be individually configured and has the number of CPU cores (vCPU), memory, SSD storage, traffic, number of IP addresses, as well as the operating system.

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud hosting, often referred to as "cloud web hosting", "cloud providing" or "cloud services", is the provision of hosting and server services based on a virtualized cloud infrastructure from the network. The required performance is provided by a large number of different computers, which are linked together and can be located in different locations. Users can individually and variably scale the available power according to their current requirements. In contrast, conventional hosting is carried out on individual, so-called dedicated or shared servers. Cloud providers, also known as "cloud hosters" or "cloud service providers", are responsible for operation. Cloud provider Nitrado, for example, offers to rent different service packages in a public cloud, which differ in terms of CPU, RAM, SSD memory, traffic and price. Flexible and cost-effective use as well as short minimum contract periods are in the foreground here. Private developers or companies thus have the advantage of not having to invest large sums in servers or data center infrastructures when renting cloud hosting capacities.

How can I login to the Cloud Server?

On a cloud server, as with vServer or VPS, there is full access to the operating system. For Linux, by default, access is available as a "root" user via SSH (for example, with PuTTY) right after the installation. Windows Servers, on the other hand, can be managed by Remote Desktop (RDP) as an administrator.

Can we install Game Servers in a Cloud Server?

Nitrado offers special images for which an extended web interface for installation and administration of services (for example Game Servers) is available. A background process (daemon) is started on the rented cloud server, which communicates with the nitrado backend in an encrypted form to perform actions in the web interface. This allows fast and secure communication between the web interface and the server. New game or voice servers can then simply be installed and configured via a few clicks.

How long does it take for a Virtual Server to be created and ready to use?

The setup, as well as downgrades and upgrades of the Nitrado Cloud Server are provided or executed in a few seconds fully automated.

Is there any additional costs? What happens if I exceed my Monthly Traffic?

At Nitrado we believe in the concept of prepaid services, and this has also been implemented with our cloud servers.
You have total control over all incurring costs. Even if you exceed your monthly ultra speed traffic volume, the bandwidth will only be reduced to 100 MBit/s - still enough for the vast majority of applications, and without additional cost.

You can then choose to book additional ultra speed traffic if higher bandwidth is required.

Who has access to my Server?

Only a selected Team of highly experienced Nitrado Administrators have access to the Cloud Server infrastructure. They are also the developers and managers of this environment.

Our internal policies prohibit any access to data within the Cloud Server without our explicit consent. We are committed to the ethics code for system administrators and, as a German company, are additionally bound to the (internationally unique and especially strict) German Data Protection Act.

Is there an API? What is the Nitrapi?

At Nitrado, we are proud to meet, and in many cases surpass, the current best practices. For the next few years, we are striving to achieve industry's certifications, which will confirm the safety of our systems from the official point of view. Our solution is designed in such a way, that it can also be provided to companies with particularly high demands.

When talking about security in hosting environments, there are a lot of small aspects which must all be correctly implemented. Some are visible to the customer (for example, the handling of employee passwords), but the majority concern internal processes.

This includes, among other things: proper risk analysis, secure defaults and server hardening, a security patching workflow, strict code signature validation, internal network protection, secure and standardized workstation configuration and more.

FAQ Technical Questions

Is there an API? What is the Nitrapi?

Many functions on our website and the web interface are also accessible via an API (programming interface). We use the Nitrapi internally for our own web interface and make all changes immediately available to the community.

For example, you can add a button on your own website to restart a server or to view the status. You would like to order 500 servers? No problem! (Presupposed you have the credit, but also for recharging accounts there is an API!)

This also applies to our gameserver offer and is unique in this form in the industry.

More information here: https://doc.nitrado.net/

Java SDK: https://github.com/nitrado/Nitrapi-Java

PHP SDK: https://github.com/nitrado/Nitrapi-PHP

Swift SDK: https://github.com/nitrado/Nitrapi-Swift

It is also very easy to use with other programming languages, you need just a RESTful HTTP library.

Which virtualization method does Nitrado use?

The Nitrado Cloud Servers are fully virtualized thanks to KVM (Qemu). Compared to more inflexible solutions such as OpenVZ, this method has the advantage that, for example, Linux can be installed with its own kernel. The hypervisor (compute-node) - the basis of the virtual servers - offers the highest security thanks to the SELinux enabled.

Which Operating Systems (OS) are available?

In our Nitrado Cloud Servers, various operating systems (images) are available for every need. These can be roughly divided into Linux and BSD, as well as Windows. The following images are currently available: Arch Linux (Plain), CentOS 7 (Plain), CentOS 8 (Plain), Debian 10 (Plain), Debian 9 (Plain), Fedora 29 (Plain), Fedora 30 (Plain), Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Daemon), Ubuntu 16.04 LTS (Plain), Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Plain), Ubuntu 19.04 (Plain), Windows Server 2016 Standard (Plain), Windows Server 2019 Standard (Plain)

How many IPs does the Cloud Server have?

Each Nitrado Cloud Server receives an IPv4 and an IPv6 address by default. Currently we do not offer further IP addresses.

How fast is a CPU Core/vCore?

The CPUs (Processors) used by Nitrado in their Cloud Server Compute-Nodes are Intel Xeon E5-2699v4 running at 2.2-3.6GHz. Every server node includes two of these processors, which results in 44 (real) CPU Cores per node.

What is the bandwidth of a Nitrado Cloud Server?

In order to guarantee the highest connection speeds at any time, each VM is connected with symmetrical 1 Gbit/s. This speed is also achieved in real cases. The actual data rate depends, of course, on other factors (protocol overhead, bandwidth of the remote host, ...). The connection of the physical servers (Hypervisor) is, as expected, many times higher (10-20 Gbit/s).


Further services - webspace, domain registration, gameserver


Nitrado offers further services besides cloud services. So you can rent Webspace at low cost and of course you can register your own domain. In the gaming area Nitrado offers Game Server and application hosting. The web hosting system of Nitrado is a complete proprietary development, extremely easy to use and can always be adapted to current requirements. This allows us to react very quickly to changes in the market to ensure a customer-oriented service.


For big projects we'll be glad to make an individual offer

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