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Private Cloud

Create your own cloud networks.

Computer.Com's Cloud Networks

The Cloud Networks service is used to connect cloud resources to each other, to the Internet and to manage the parameters of cloud networks. Using the network management service, you can create private networks, segment them into subnets (within the region), and manage the assignment of IP addresses to cloud resources.

Main Functions

Creating and managing private networks

Creating and managing routers

Creating and managing security groups

Setting up floating IP

Setting up Virtual IP

Setting up Reserved Fixed IP

How it works

Floating IP

You reserve a floating IP and assign it to the instance. When packets for this IP come to the router, it gives them to your device. When packets come back from the instance, the router sends them on behalf of the floating IP.

Virtual IP

A fault-tolerant system. Most of our machines run on Linux kernel-based OS (Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, Debian, CoreOS, Fedora-CoreOS, SUSE). For them, a fault-tolerant system can be created using keepalived, a system daemon for Linux that balances the load between servers. If the main instance fails, the daemon passes the VIP to the backup one. It uses VRRP (Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol) to pass the VIP address.
VIP as a second address for the network interface. You reserve a VIP and assign it to an instance, first in the settings of our system, then in the settings of the machine. As a result, the VIP becomes the address of this instance on a par with its regular IP: the machine can receive and transmit data on behalf of both addresses.

Reserved IP

After you've created a reserved IP, this address becomes yours inside our system. No one can use it except you.

Security groups

The cloud network management service supports the ability to configure network access rules for virtual machines using security groups. A security group is a set of custom permissive traffic rules that can be assigned to virtual machine ports.
It is possible to assign one of the existing presets, as well as create custom ones, and use various network protocols.

3 reasons to use a private cloud

Excellent connectivity

Store data in Tier IV data centers with superior worldwide connectivity.

Isolated network

Combine servers into a protected isolated network.

Flexible subnet management

Manage subnets using private address ranges.

Advantages of our private cloud


Instant access to resources

Secure isolated cloud environment

Management by the console, command line, or API

Channel capacity up to 40 Gbps

Unlimited intra-network traffic

24/7 technical support

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