Questions and answers
User questions and our answers give an excellent overview of the options offered by the Cloud Server.
The Cloud Server is a virtual server service, designed to operate a company’s commercial applications. You can conveniently introduce the server environment as a server, without having to deal with hardware issues. Control over the capacity of the server is always in the hands of the customer.
You can specify the required technical indicators of the server service in the Cloud Server web interface. The price is based on the resources consumed – memory, disk space, number of processors, network speed, etc. It is possible to set a price cap or to create a flexible Cloud Server that never runs out of space, because the service adapts based on consumption requirements.
The Cloud Server supports the operating systems Windows 2012, Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Red Hat, Fedora, Gentoo) and FreeBSD.
When using the Cloud Server, you only pay for what you consume – calculated on the basis of astronomical hours.
The Cloud Server is intended for all business customers who need a well-functioning server platform to house their applications (web services, web servers, databases or development platforms). For those who would like to use a server in the form of a service, instead of owning and managing one.
The platform’s flexible settings and price are well-suited for businesses whose needs vary on a seasonal basis. All of the above is also suited for new companies and applications being developed, the future resource needs of which are difficult to foresee at first. The service permits the short or long-term operational expansion of resources (without the service itself being disrupted).
A Cloud Server user can use a server park that meets his or her needs without having to invest in fixed assets or waiting for servers to be delivered. Server costs are under control, since you are consuming only the volume you need. Figuratively speaking: the Cloud Server is like a customer’s own server – creation and maintenance is under the customers’ control. Your company’s IT personnel can focus on managing and developing the unique applications of your company.
Telia is responsible for the rapid delivery of service, a secured space, the functioning of the server platform and disruptions related to the server platform.
Before you can start using the Cloud Server service you have to enter into a Cloud Server product agreement. You can do that by completing a form available on the product’s website or OneSpot, the administrative environment for the Cloud Server. After signing the agreement, a main user with the corresponding rights will be created for the customer, and the user ID will be sent. Using his or her username, the customer enters the web-based administrative environment for the Cloud Server in the OneSpot environment.
Once the customer has logged in, he or she will be able to set up suitable management environments. The price of the service depends on the choices made by the customer, which can be monitored once logged in to the environment. The price is displayed in real time, reflecting the daily cost of the server or components. The main user can add or remove additional users in real time.
Go to the page https://onespot.elion.ee and enter the username and password you received after signing the contract.
If you have not yet signed a contract, click the button "Send me a Cloud Server offer".
You pay for the Cloud Server at the end of each calendar month for the prior month. The terms and conditions for paying the bill can be found in the customer agreement.
Real-time reports on expenses for current and selected intervals are available in the Cloud Server environment.