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GENERAL

Class
  • C Class: ideal for applications with generic purposes, where I/O disk's speed is not a dominating element. For more information click here
  • S Class: ideal for applications that require peak CPU performances and advanced I/O disk performances. For more information click here
Operating system
You can choose your own operating system without limitations.
Migration discount
Migration discount is applied on all servers currently at the customer's headquarters or at third-party clouds and is valid for the first year of service subscription. From the second years, standard terms will be applied for the chosen periodicity (annual or monthly)
Advance payment
You can choose your own Advance Payment without limitations.
Benefits Included
  • VM Backup
  • Data Backup with Agent, with Geographically Replicated Space
  • Snapshot
  • Monitoring
  • Support
  • Cluster Architecture

PERFORMANCE

CPU (2GHz Core) Totals
It is possible to increase the number of Cores assigned to the Cloud Server. Each Cloud Server uses high-frequency processors from the Intel Xeon E5 v3 family. The Cores allocated to the Class S and X Stellar Cloud Servers are dedicated and assigned with a 1: 1 ratio (100% dedicated single core frequency). The cores allocated to the Stellar Class C Cloud Servers are dedicated and assigned with a ratio of 1: 1.25 (single core dedicated frequency 80%). The resources are not shared therefore the power of the Cores is guaranteed; for this reason the number of cores that can be assigned to a single Cloud Server has been limited.
RAM (GB)
You can increase the amount of RAM dedicated to the server. The RAM is allocated in a dedicated way and there are no restrictions of any kind.
Storage (GB)
It is possible to increase the Storage space of the Stellar Cloud Server. By default each server is created with a Storage equal to 40GB (except for the Stellar Class C Linux Cloud Server which comes with 20Gb) and it is possible to choose to increase the size of the disk on which the operating system resides and / or to add a disk secondary data.
IMPORTANT: The creation of a secondary data disk automatically activates an equal space assigned to the 1Backup agent. This allows an advanced backup service to be included in the price.
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COMPARE WITH MICROSOFT AZURE

*updated on march 2021 CPU Ram   Temporary Storage Monthly payment Anticipated 1 year
Azure(Dd v4) 2 8 Gb 75 Gb ~€140.35/month ~€106.88/month
The comparison does not take into account additional cost to apply to VM such as:
  • -Permanent Disk- Managed Disk (Standard HDD, Standard SSD or Premium SSD)
  • -(I/O) Operations Disk Reading/Writing (In addition to those included)
  • -Outgoing network traffic
  • -Backup of VMs
Information on Temporary Disks (from Microsoft Azure documentation)

Can the temporary disk (unit D: by default) be used to store data?
Do not use the temporary disk to store data. It is only a temporary storage resource, you would risk losing data that cannot be recovered. Data loss may occur when one moves the virtual machine to a different host. The resizing of a virtual machine, the host upgrade, or a hardware failure are some of the reasons that may bring one to move a virtual machine.

Are local SSD units for Managed Disks' virtual machines supported?
The SSD local unit is temporary archive included in a Managed Disks' virtual machine. This temporary storage does not entail additional costs. We do not recommend using this local SSD unit to store application data, because they are not saved permanently in Azure's BLOB storage.

The temporary operating system's disks are created in the local virtual machine's (VM) archive and are not saved in Azure remote storage. The temporary operating system's disks work well for workloads without status, where applications are tolerant of single virtual machines' errors but are more interested in VM's distribution time or recreation of the image of individual instances. With the temporary operating system's disk, you get a lower reading/writing latency for the operating system's disk and a faster recreation of the virtual machine

References:
https://docs.microsoft.com/it-it/azure/virtual-machines/windows/faq
https://docs.microsoft.com/it-it/azure/virtual-machines/windows/faq-for-disks
https://docs.microsoft.com/it-it/azure/virtual-machines/windows/ephemeral-os-disks
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ACRONIS DISASTER RECOVERY

NETWORK

Public IP
You can assign multiple public IPs to the server according to your needs.
Firewall
The dedicated firewall consists of a Stellar Cloud Server C Class Linux instance with 1 Core, 1GB of RAM, and 10GB of hard disk where a Kerio Control 5 users license is active. The firewall resources are upgradeable like those of any server.
Broadband
1 Gbps
The default bandwidth for each cloud server is 100Mbps.
I/O Disk
from 30 MB/s
Stellar Cloud Servers allow you to choose between 3 types of minimum guaranteed performance at disk I / O access level, i.e. 30 MB / s for Class C, 65 MB / s for Class S, 100 MB / s for Class X.
Unlike other providers, our Cloud Servers must guarantee certain disk I / O performances, which is a crucial element for the proper functioning of a virtual server in a cloud architecture.

RDP - Remote Desktop Services

Users
Remote Desktop Services
It is necessary to purchase 1 license for each user who uses the product, regardless of the characteristics of the machine.

Microsoft Office

Version
dedicated Kerio Control office.
Users
Remote Desktop Services.
It is necessary to purchase 1 license for each user who uses the product, regardless of the characteristics of the machine.

Microsoft SQL Server

Version
sqlServer Kerio Control dedicated.
Users
Remote Desktop Services.
It is necessary to purchase 1 license for each user who uses the product, regardless of the characteristics of the machine.

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