We have implemented a fix for the MDS - Zombieload vulnerability across our Cloud.
We have upgraded all NextCloud instances to version 15.06 and at the same time manually applied a patch to solved the issues with the directories of shared links not being browsable.
CloudStack has been upgraded to version 4.11.2 LTS on all of our cloud clusters.
We have just completed and published a new Ubuntu Linux 18.04.1 image (build 20180802) that is immediately available on our cloud (18 locations worldwide!).
We have installed and activated WP-CLI on al web hosting and managed servers. With this tool that is to be invoked directly on the command line interface (CLI) you can managed WordPress and the WordPress database directly from the shell, e.g. to create a database backup you would issue the ...
After the connectivity issues in the data center #1 that started Aug 2nd at approx. 01:15 AM, our technicians have rebooted one of the core routers in that data center. After the reboot the router did not come up and was failed over to the second core router. That router also experienced the exact ...
We have just completed and published a new Ubuntu Linux 17.04 image (build 20170413) that is immediately available on our cloud (18 locations worldwide!).
We have expanded our cloud infrastructure to now include 16 locations worldwide in 3 regions (Americas, Europe, Asia) all powered by SSD and uptime guarantees. Deploy worldwide, in seconds!
We have created a highly optimized cloud template based on Ubuntu Linux 16.04 LTS that makes full use of all cloud features while offering maximum performance and already has all updates and patches included. Check out the new template available for VM instance deployments, the name is "Ubuntu ...
We have upgraded the Cloud integration into our control panel so that from now on the following actions are possible directly from the control panel without resorting to the API or advanced interface: - added option to resize vm root disk - added option to define root disk for single vm - added ...
Since the 8th of December 2015 new VirtIO drivers from SuSE show up in the Windows Update as an optional update. Please do not install those drivers as the Cloud Servers will crash and not boot up correctly (BSOD). Please keep the default drivers or if you really wish install only the RedHat ...
Following up on the feedback of our customers it is now possible to create cloud instances with custom-sized root-/system-disks already at creation without having to use the API, directly in the CloudStack control panel. For further details please see: How to create custom-sized root-/system-disk ...
We have create a highly optimized cloud template based on Windows Server 2012R2 that makes full use of all cloud features while offering maximum performance and already has all the Windows updates and patches included. Check out the new template available for the VM instance deployment, the name ...
We have updated our Cloud API to allow for live root-disk resizing via API also. Simply use the resizeVolume API specifing only the disk ID and the size-parameter (it is not possible to change the disk-offering for the root-disk, but you can migrate to another primary storage if needed).
We have updated the cloud control panel to allow for a bigger console screen, as it was too narrow for some modern OS-templates. Also we have started to adopt Oracle Enterprise Linux 7 for some hardware nodes for an even better integration with our InfiniBand network and quicker snapshots. We ...
As of today new Oracle Enterprise Linux (UEK) 7 and CentOS Linux 7 templates are available for immediate deployment in our cloud. Enjoy the power of the updated distros!
We have just completed an upgrade (mainly a bugfix release) of our cloud management stack. VM migrations and snapshots should now perform even faster (Infiniband @40Gbps!).
We have create a highly optimized cloud template based on FreeBSD 9.2 that makes full use of all cloud features while offering maximum performance. Check out the new templates available for the VM instance deployment.
It is now possible to deploy your cloud servers directly from an uploaded or premade ISO from within the standard control panel (additional options are still available using the advanced cloud panel directly).