OVH Public Cloud
High performance and security for professionals
What makes OVH Public Cloud different?
The story of OVH Public Cloud
The story of OVH Public Cloud told by those who designed and built the infrastructure.
Innovative pricing model
Ability to move between providers
Services included with OVH Public Cloud
Pay for instances per hour and for storage per gigabyte
Pay monthly for your instances and reduce costs
Triple data replication
Manage all of your OVH Public Cloud services
Manage and automate all your services
Reap the benefits of the OVH global network
Your questions answered
What is the payment method for Public Cloud?
You will be billed for resources used during the previous month between day 1 and 5 of every month.
If you choose to pay monthly, you will be billed for the month that has just begun and any additional, unpaid resources carried over from the previous month, such as instances and object storage. If you switch to monthly billing throughout the course of the month, you will be billed immediately for the amount due for the current month, calculated on a pro-rata basis. You will be billed for instances until you delete them in the OVH Control Panel.
You will be billed for instances until you delete them in the OVH Control Panel.
What level of SLA does OVH Public Cloud offer?
OVH Public Cloud guarantees 99.999% SLA for all available resources. (compute, storage, network)
Where the support team detects a lost connection that isn't caused by scheduled maintenance, you will receive damages of 0.5% of the monthly rate per minute of unavailability (up to a maximum of 100% of your consumption for the current month).
Why does Public Cloud work with OpenStack?
OpenStack is a free and open-source software platform, mostly deployed as an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS). OVH is an OpenStack infrastructure donor and in addition to its API and management interface, OVH also provides you with the standard OpenStack APIs and the Horizon management interface.
You can move between cloud providers whenever you want, automate your cloud infrastructures or manage server and disk images.
With OVH Public Cloud, do I pay for incoming and outgoing bandwidth?
Absolutely not. Incoming and outgoing bandwidth is totally free with OVH Public Cloud.
Customer case studies
See how you can integrate OVH Public Cloud into your infrastructures
A scalable infrastructure that can handle huge traffic spikes
SYSADMIN BADASS is the provider in charge of the infrastructure for sofoot.com, a soccer news website. Initially hosted on a single dedicated server, the website is now enjoying a constantly growing success since its creation back in 2006.
On the eve of the 2014 World Cup, it was becoming necessary to set up a more robust and especially more scalable infrastructure in anticipation of the traffic spikes expected during that event (over 1 million page views per day for 500,000 unique visitors).
Giroptic is hosting its users' content with OVH.com's Public Cloud Object Storage.
With more than 1.4M$ collected on Kickstarter for their HD to 360° camera project, Giroptic, a startup from the city of Lille, now holds the French record for crowdfunding. In order to host photos taken by users of their camera, Girotropic has built a scalable platform notably based on VPSs and Public Cloud Object Storage.
A close-up of the infrastructure that hosts the digital activites of multi-media group NextRadioTV
In order to host its online media content (web and mobile applications), NextRadioTV chose OVH.com to deploy a high availability infrastructure, capable of absorbing traffic spikes reaching 9 million visitors per day.
Using a blend of dedicated cloud, public cloud and dedicated servers together, NextRadioTV is enjoying the benefits of strong and highly scalable hybrid infrastructure, with resources shared between the 6 websites et 15 applications edited by the group.
A scalable infrastructure for a remote DVD reading service.
With over 120,000 DVD handed over to their care by its users — about 40% are put up for sale — Vodkaster now has the largest catalogue in over-the-top (OTT) online sales of video content.
As an OVH.com client, Vodkaster has built an infrastructure mixing dedicated servers, Public Cloud (instances and on-demand storage) and CDN to meet their ever-growing needs when it comes to large volumes of data or video broadcasting.