City Network launch large instances in City Cloud

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City Cloud was launched in 2009 as one of Europe’s first true cloud computing services – infrastructure as a service (IaaS). A few years later over one thousand European companies have thousands of servers and hundreds of terabytes of data in City Cloud. Today a new set of updates are kicked off where all companies will get greater freedom in … Read More

Cheaper storage and price changes in City Cloud

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City Cloud celebrates it´s fourth year this year and is the IaaS that has been in service for the longest time in Sweden. During this time a lot if thingshas changed and the markes seems to have matured. As part of the process and constant improvements in our systems we now announce upcoming price changes that will take effect on … Read More

L.A.M.P. image updated with latest Ubuntu

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We have updated our official L.A.M.P. image with the latest Ubuntu. Namely, Ubuntu 12.04 64-Bit LTS (Precise Pangolin). This version of Ubuntu is the one that comes with  Long Term Support, which makes perfect sense for a production environment. This also gave us the opportunity to update all the important tools packed into this image, here is a summary of … Read More

Installing ZPanel on a City Cloud server

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The world of control panels is vast. There are plenty of options to choose from, ranging from open source ones to fully fledged behemoths that are costly. On this occasion, we’ll be talking about ZPanel, which is open-source and simple to install provided you meet the requisites. This guide will help you install it from scratch and ending up with … Read More

Some interesting bits about latency

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On a recent article we talked about server uptime, and how we can anticipate related problems. This time we are going to talk about another common concept related to networks in general: Latency. Are you connected to the Internet? Do you access any far away website? Do you play online games? Do you have video conferencing? If so, network latency … Read More

How I learned to stop worrying and love uptime

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Uptime, that golden cauldron at the end of the rainbow. Everybody is out to get it, we throw everything we can in the hope that our servers stay on all the time. No easy task but thanks to cloud computing, the hardware part started to gain a few benefits like automatic disaster recovery and fail-over, provided you did your homework … Read More

Using cloud servers for compiling applications

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If you are a programmer, you are well aware of the process called “Compilation”, which basically takes the source code and converts it to an executable file or in some cases into byte code which is then interpreted by another program. Thanks to the increase in computing power, this process can be swift in a not so expensive home PC. … Read More