Virtual Servers (Cloud VPS)

What is a cloud VPS server?

More specifically, Cloud Virtual Private Server (VPS) is a Cosyhost virtual machine that shares hardware and network resources with other cloud VPS servers just like a standard virtual machine from most cloud service providers.

How can I get cloud VPS servers?

Cloud VPS servers are provided by a fully automated hosting system that performs a multi-step server provisioning process to ensure you have a clean and secure server whenever you need it. Cosyhost Cloud VPS servers will be deployed within 2 to 10 minutes.

Cloud VPS servers are billed hourly or fixed-time with monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual billing cycles. You can order Smart VPS servers through the customer portal or automate provisioning through the Cosyhost Servers API.

How can I scale my Cloud VPS server?

Cloud VPS servers can scale to higher speed at any time without losing data stored on that server. There is little downtime when you move your cloud VPS plan to the next level. Downtime depends on the amount of data stored on the server and is approximately 1 minute per GB.

Cloud VPS server can only be upgraded to a higher level. You can do this through the customer Cosyhost by selecting the specific Cloud VPS server and selecting “Update” in the Server Actions menu as shown below:

What are the current cloud VPS server plans?

4 Cloud VPS plans are available in EU North 1 and EU West 1 regions: Cloud VPS 1, Cloud VPS 2, Cloud VPS 4, Cloud VPS 6.

Each Cloud VPS plan includes 1 TB of free traffic package by default based on our bandwidth plans.

What operating systems are available?

We currently support the following operating systems for cloud VPS servers:

Ubuntu – versions 16.04, 18.04 and 20.04 are available;

CentOS – versions 7, 8 available;

Debian – version 9, 10 available;

Additional IP addresses

Instead of the standard management IP address, the Cloud VPS is assigned a floating IP address as the primary public IP address of the server. Therefore, cloud VPS servers do not have a gateway configuration or a network mask.

Private VLAN subnet

A private VLAN subnet is a virtual local area network (VLAN) interface that groups servers into a team to allow private interactions as if the servers were on the same line.

Out-of-band management console

Out-of-band management Console is a remote server management technology that uses the Remote to remotely control another computer via a graphical desktop sharing system (Virtual Network Computing.

Server tags

Tagging servers is a way to tag cloud infrastructure assets in any organizational model of your choice, which helps you better organize, control and monitor your cloud assets.

Cloud initiation service

Cloud-init is a service that can be used to retrieve user data when providing new servers via the API.

Current restrictions

Cloud VPS servers share a limited SSD pool of 3000 IOPS.

Additional features such as elastic block storage, monitoring, and IP subnets are temporarily unavailable.