We offer General-Purpose, Memory-Optimized, and Compute-Optimized plan tiers to satisfy virtually any workload. Virtual machines can be deployed on ultra-fast local SSD disks, or on highly reliable Volumes that utilize distributed block storage. Volumes can be expanded at any time, and you can attach additional volumes to a VM to provide extra storage.
Snapshots of any VM can be taken to capture the VM's current disk state. Live snapshotting utilizes copy-on-write technology so that snapshot operations can proceed while a VM is running. You can use snapshots as backups, or as templates to provision more VMs.
Shelving saves you money by reducing costs for unused VMs. You can shelve a VM with one click; once shelved, you only pay for IP addresses and storage.
We use Intel Xeon E5-2690 v2 in Toronto, and Xeon E5-2660 v3 in Montreal and Roubaix.
We provide templates for many operating systems, including Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Fedora, and FreeBSD. You can also upload your own template from the panel, or upload your own ISO and install the operating system to your VM from the web console.
External IP addresses can be transferred between VMs, without any required network configuration changes. These transfers can be controlled from the API to implement automatic failover.
VMs in the same region can communicate with each other over our 10gbps internal network. Security groups allow you to define allowed network traffic patterns to selectively isolate services from untrusted machines.
Load balancers distribute TCP, HTTP, or HTTPS traffic between multiple virtual machines, and perform automatic monitoring to disable failed machines.
LunaNode is available in Canada (Toronto and Montreal) and France (Roubaix). You can easily migrate VMs, volumes, and snapshots between regions.