performanace computing
Performance computing
performanace computing
Unlimited traffic
performanace computing
Certified data centers
performanace computing
Predictable pricing
performanace computing
Load balancing
performanace computing
24/7 expert support

our Custom Cloud Server

Build your custom Cloud Server

If you're referring to setting up a custom cloud server, it typically involves configuring and managing your own virtual servers on a cloud infrastructure. Here are the general steps involved in setting up a custom cloud server:

  • Powerful computing made easy
  • Industry-leading availability
  • Live scalability for any demand
  • Affordable by design
about us

How to set up your cloud infrastructure

Our automation system deploys your desired OS on VPS in less than 10 Minutes

Step: 1

  • Define Your Requirements
  • Choose a Cloud Service Provider
  • Create an Account
  • Understand the Pricing Model

Step: 2

  • Access the Cloud Console
  • Set Up Networking
  • Create Virtual Machines
  • Configure Storage

Step: 3

  • Implement Security Measures
  • Install and Configure Software
  • Set Up Monitoring and Logging
  • Implement Scaling, Load Balancing

Step: 4

  • Backup and Disaster Recovery
  • Optimize Resources
  • Documentation
  • Review and Test

Optional on-demand features

Add these affordable features to your server when you need them in the cloud panel.

Secure backups

Secure backups

Our industry-leading backup feature encrypts and stores your data at a physically separate data center. Backups can be scheduled at any time you choose.

Shared memory

Shared memory

Shared memory allows you to use additional disk space for all servers in your infrastructure that share access to the same data. Both the shared memory and servers have to be hosted in the same data center.

Block storage

Block storage

Using block storage you can expand the storage capacity of a specific SSD-based cloud server, which can be individually defined and adjusted during operation. Shared storage and the server must be hosted in the same data center.

Dedicated servers

Dedicated servers

You can integrate your own dedicated servers into your cloud server infrastructure. These can be either existing dedicated servers or any IONOS Dedicated Server.

More IP addresses

More IP addresses

Order additional IP addresses and assign them to a specific server. You can add an IPv4 address for only $5/month.

Import images

Import images

Add any number of images to your servers using your IONOS Cloud Panel to secure them for the long term. There is no minimum contract. Cancel anytime.

Supported operating systems and software

Our automation system deploys your desired OS on VPS in less than 10 Minutes

Alma Linux
Arch Linux
Windows 10
Windows Server

It's time to Configure Cloud Server Now

We bill by the minute up to the maximum rate below. Add or reconfigure in the cloud panel anytime.

 VMware virtualization
 Unlimited traffic
 Intel® Xeon® Processors
1xIntel Xeon E-2244G 8vCores 16 GB
1x480 GB
1 Gbps
2 TB
€99.00 Configure

Frequently Asked Questions

A cloud server is a virtualized server that runs on a cloud computing infrastructure. Instead of being hosted on physical hardware, it operates in a virtualized environment provided by a cloud service provider.

Unlike physical servers, cloud servers exist in a virtualized space, allowing for on-demand scalability, flexibility, and resource allocation. They are not tied to a specific piece of hardware and can be easily configured and managed remotely.

Cloud servers offer benefits such as scalability, cost-effectiveness, resource flexibility, accessibility, and the ability to quickly deploy and manage applications. They also eliminate the need for physical infrastructure management.

Cloud servers allow users to scale resources up or down based on demand. This means that during periods of increased traffic or workload, additional resources like CPU, memory, and storage can be easily allocated, and they can be de-allocated during periods of lower demand.

Cloud service providers implement various security measures, including encryption, firewalls, identity and access management, regular security audits, and compliance certifications to ensure the security of data and applications hosted on cloud servers.

Cloud service providers typically offer backup and recovery services. Users can configure automated backups, snapshots, or use other backup solutions to ensure data integrity and availability in case of accidental deletion, hardware failures, or other issues.