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
If your City Cloud VM doesn’t work as it should there are a few ways to easily check for problems yourself. The first thing to look for is problems with the actual City Cloud service and this is done by checking http://cnstatus.com. On this page we post all general problems with our services and you can also get live … Read More
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
Welcome back to our series of articles about horizontal scaling. On our first part we gave you an overview of what this is all about, starting with one website and ending up with it, divided between two servers. Now, it’s time to take it up a notch. We will go over a simple load balancing scheme, using Varnish, a popular load … Read More
Since City Cloud got out of beta, a couple of years ago, we have been steadily adding images and upgrading when necessary. We have added quite a few options in terms of operating systems, we currently have Ubuntu, Debian, CentOS, Gentoo, Fedora Core, Red Hat Enterprise, FreeBSD and Windows 2008 server. Images allow you to setup a new VM and … Read More
We recently made an update in City Cloud giving all VM´s the ability to have even more hard drives. This change was a result of customer inquirys and now, a single VM can hold a total of 3 hard drives each containing 2TB of disc space. We hope this change comes in handy and that you keep giving us feedback … Read More
We recently made a huge update in the City Cloud service. The update makes the use of larger, and more, discs available for all our customers.