Build a rock-solid infrastructure
Dedicated servers in the Infrastructure range are based on top-range components, and also have a high-bandwidth connection, along with advanced network and security features. These configurations are designed to offer average to slightly above-average scalability requirements to companies and organisations.
Get started quickly and simply, then scale according to your needs while you make your investments more long-term. This range is aimed at tech companies, universities and businesses of all sizes that require computing power, storage and network capacity adapted to distributed server clusters.
These platforms have the essential features for businesses that require the highest performance, and are looking to improve their applications’ availability and security.
- Intel Software Guard Extensions (SGX)
- OVHcloud Link Aggregation (OLA)
Develop your infrastructure to suit your needs by linking your dedicated servers to other cloud services – like the Private Cloud or Public Cloud – using our high-bandwidth vRack private network.
The advantages of Infrastructure servers
Performance and reliability
Our experts have worked closely with various hardware manufacturers to select cutting-edge components for our Infrastructure range of dedicated servers. All of the storage resources are specially designed for intensive usage in datacentres. This way, you get the very latest technology, and maximum reliability for critical usage.
High-bandwidth public and private networks
The models from the Infrastructure range offer high-bandwidth network connectivity, and unlimited traffic. Deploy a server in one of our 30 datacentres across the globe, and you will have access to a 17Tbit/s backbone for transferring your data. If your needs increase, you can also subscribe to additional public or private bandwidth as an option. Since OVH manages its own fibre-optic network and PoPs (points of presence), you will get optimal connectivity.
OVHcloud Link Aggregation
OVHcloud Link Aggregation (OLA) technology is designed by our teams to increase your server’s availability, and boost the efficiency of your network connections. In just a few clicks, you can aggregate your network cards and make your network links redundant. This means that if one link goes down, traffic is automatically redirected to another available link.
IPv4 and IPv6 addresses
Each server comes with a public IPv4 address, and an IPv6 address. You can buy additional IPv4 addresses for your dedicated server (up to 256 per machine).
All OVHcloud dedicated servers include optimum anti-DDoS technology to provide you with the best protection against complex and sophisticated attacks, and ensure business continuity.
Service Level Agreement - 99,95%
500GB of storage space
Each dedicated server has a storage space of 500GB dedicated to backups. This space is completely independent to the server, and allows you to store your data and configuration files. The storage capacity can be increased, if needed.
Optional with Infrastructure servers
Additional public bandwidth and guarantees
Our dedicated servers have a default public bandwidth. Depending on your project’s resource requirements, you can choose an additional guaranteed bandwidth option. This ensures you maintain constant throughput for ingress and egress traffic.
Additional IP addresses
You can attach up to 256 IP addresses to your server, with no monthly costs. You only pay a small setup fee of £1.69 ex VAT. IP addresses and/or IP blocks can be transferred between OVHcloud servers, so you can keep them if you choose to change the servers you use. Additional IPs can be geolocated in 14 countries.
Creating cloud computing servers
What is a cloud computing server?
The term ‘cloud computing’ is used to describe the usage of physical servers, like the ones that make up the Infrastructure range. They are generally divided into virtual private servers, then configured onto a network to offer a variety of resources such as applications, storage spaces and other computing environments. Technologies like VMware and OpenStack can be used to set up cloud-computing infrastructures. By doing this, you can set a range of services such as IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) and PaaS (Platform-as-a-service).