Red Cloud Secure offers secure virtual servers and associated on-demand storage within a virtual private cloud (VPC). Because charges are only made for resources used, the service is a streamlined alternative to purchasing and maintaining separate and usually more costly infrastructure.
In minutes, you can deploy hosts with 1-24 cores, 8 GB/core RAM, and multiple TB of disk, including separate volumes accessible to hosts within the VPC. Additionally, you can seamlessly scale to Amazon Web Services if your usage outgrows the capacity of Red Cloud Secure.
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- 50 GB of storage for each virtual private cloud (VPC); additional storage is available at added cost
- User management of hosts
- Instances and instance types
- Root keypairs
- Block storage
Cost and Fees
Each virtual private cloud (VPC) requires a subscription in units of $400 per core year.
A core year is defined as 8,585 core hours, and each core has 8 GB of memory.
Total subscription is decremented only for actual use, whether it is over the course of months or years.
Storage Cost: The first 50 GB in each VPC is not charged. Any additional storage allocated (whether for a host or a separate volume) is charged from the time it is allocated at $150/TB per year.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What's the minimum amount of computation that can be purchased?
A: Right now it's a core-year, designated as 8585 core-hours. The cost is $400 per year.
Q: How does this compare with Amazon?
A: Amazon typically provides spot instances that are overprovisioned; RedCloud Secure provides dedicated resources for as long as the user keeps the instance running.
Q: How do I get access to RedCloud?
A: To request access to Red Cloud, fill out the request form in myHelpdesk or ServiceNow. Click here to see the video for finding and filling out the form. Only fund owners or their designees may make a request for RedCloud.