Build, Deploy & Scale Apps With
Confidence On Our Container Servers
Increase productivity in development with easy application deployment and release. Use the power of automation and standard scripts to optimize time during deploy.
Be free to grow up and migrate your project from a server to another, or many others. Integrate the CoreOS distribution with docker or any other container service and get the best of container architecture.
Do You Need a Custom Container Server ?
Just tell us what you need and we’ll be happy to help.
Container Server Features
Container Server is a cloud server based on default CoreOS distro. It’s set to allow you to customize and integrate with docker or other container service.
Customize With YAML Scripts
Customize many OS-level items from your container cloud, such as network configurations, user accounts and system units.
Be Ready To Work With Containers
Docker: All the container servers are ready for Docker install.
Docker Compose: Manage multi-container Docker apps installing Docker Compose
Kubernetes: Manage multi-container Docker apps installing Docker Compose
Automate With Our API
Automate deploys with our REST API and integrate your system to continuous infrastructure growth. With our API it will be possible to create instances and manage it through your own code
FAQs About Our Container Server
What is the benefit of using a Container Server?
Containers are scalable, require less resources from the machine and can be really fast when operating and deliver immutable infrastructure. Due to its structure, containers can enable hybrid and multi-cloud adoption.
Containers can also be a cheaper option depending on your necessities.
What is the difference between Containers and Virtual Servers?
The difference between containers and virtual servers basically stands on the fact that cloud servers are a virtualization of the hardware machine, while containers virtualize the operational system.
Do Containers replace Virtual Machines?
That will depend on each developer. Containers work both within or out a virtual machine, which means the developers will always have a choice.