City Cloud is the leading Cloud Computing service in Sweden. More than 500 Swedish companies have their entire or parts of their hosting solution in the City Cloud service. During the first few months of this year the growth has increased and roughly a month ago, City Cloud was released in full version, leaving an 18 month Beta-period behind. In … Read More
So, after two weeks absence, the first for City Cloud leaving beta and the other simply cause I had a week full of… yeah full of stuff. Anyway this post will be about the thing that started this carousel, the Stina. Stina is the result of me being bored and found some inspiration to try to make a solution for … Read More
City Cloud is Scandinavias leading cloud computing service (IaaS) where more than 500 companies signed up during the beta phase. Today City Cloud is growing rapidly with companies utilizing it for all or parts of their hosting. To be able to give corporations the full foundation to best utilize cloud computing and its benefits – City Network is launching a … Read More
As many already know City Cloud is one of Europes leading cloud computing services. In Scandinavia alone more than 500 companies signed up during the initial beta period. Now we take the next step and launch a new partner program which we call the City Cloud Service Provider program. Our goal is to have a number of partners that can … Read More
15 months after the launch of City Cloud we are finally ready to leave beta. It has been a long journey and we have learned, adopted and developed a great service. We are ready, are you? City Cloud is being used by more than 500 Swedish companies at the moment. These companies all have one thing in common; They all … Read More
Each account in City Cloud used to give our users the ability to create and use up to 16 virtual machines which in total could have: -16 processorer -16GB RAM-minne -700GB diskutrymme In addition to the system disk which is 20-50 GB depending on OS – each VM could only have 300 GB extra disk storage. After the update this … Read More
My daily work is to make sure my customers systems, mostly web systems stay online. I’ve made it a personal matter to make sure that the systems keep an 100% uptime, it’s not always possible due to external factors, but I try to make sure that there is nothing more I can do to keep the systems online.
As I’ve mentioned in previous posts, there are different techniques to build a cloud, every technique have it’s own characteristics and downsides. As a customer it’s important to know what your cloud computer will be used for, to be able to make a good decision.
As most of us who are actively involved or interested in the Internet have seen, the fancy buzzword "cloud" is used more and more frequently and in a wider and wider context. There are miles of written text about different clouds and definitions on what the cloud is, and the truth to be told; there is no really good definition … Read More
City Cloud is proud to present our first guest blogger, Andreas Bergman. An independent developer who have shown a great interest in our service, City Cloud. Andreas caught our attention after having built a tool for auto-scaling in City Cloud. We wanted to know more about this tool and also more about Andreas and his thoughts about our service so … Read More