8GB of DDR3 RAM
4 cores @ 2.4GHZ
32GB of DDR3 ECC RAM
4 cores @ 3.4GHZ
256GB of DDR4 ECC RAM
24 cores @ 2.2GHZ
Ideal for 4 to 20 Containers
The Type 0 configuration is a general use "cloud killer" server, with a Intel Atom 2.4Ghz processor and 8GB of RAM.
8GB of DDR3 RAM
1 x 8GB
4 Physical Cores @ 2.4GHZ
(1 x Intel Atom C2550)
80 GB of SSD
(1 x 80GB)
2 x 1Gbps w/ TLB
Static Public IPs
If your container serves any public traffic, like a website or an API, it will need a public IP.
Multiple copies of a container can share the same IP, so you can scale without spending a penny more.
Unmetered incoming bandwidth.
Reduce your cost by reserving bandwidth ahead of time! $0.10 per GB overages.
Relax. We're here when you need us.
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Our Basic Support package, plus phone support during business hours. Includes 1 hour of Managed Support. Response guarenteed within 10 hours.
Everything from our Premium Support package plus a dedicated point of contact, ranging from a developer to the CTO. Includes 6 hours of Managed Support. Response guaranteed within 2 hours during business hours, 6 hours otherwise.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Cycle metered / usage-based pricing?
No. With Cycle, you pay for the cost of your infrastructure up front. This significantly reduces the cost per container compared to other services.
How many containers can I deploy with my infrastructure?
As many as you’d like. With containers, you set maximum resource usage instead of allocating resources outright. You could have thousands of containers set to use up to 1GB of RAM, and as long as they aren’t all using it at once, you won’t have any performance issues.
Can I use my own infrastructure?
At this time, you may only use the infrastructure from providers we’ve partnered with. That said, our early 2019 goal is to allow CycleOS to be installed on any infrastructure.
Does my cost change with the number of containers I deploy?
Not a bit! The infrastructure is yours to use as you wish. You can even overcommit your containers to maximize utilization if needed.
Can I pay with a bank account or wire?
At this time we only allow payment with a debit or credit card. If you have more advanced billing needs, please contact our support team.
Do you offer discounted pricing to non-profits?
We are happy to work with non-profit organizations. To request discounted pricing, please contact our support team.
What is Managed Support?
Our staff will use Managed Support hours to provide hands-on assistance. It is a fantastic option if you need help with anything related to Cycle, such as containerizing an application, setting up a deployment, or something more complex.
Why do you charge an additional fee for public IPs?
The internet is running out of IPv4, and every block has been allocated. Rather than add this fee onto every container you deploy, we allow you to choose how many public (internet accessible) containers you want and purchase enough to cover it. You can have as many private containers as you want.
What’s the difference between private and public IPs?
Private IPs allow for communication between containers on your infrastructure (grouped together by environments). Public IPs allow containers to be accessible on the internet.
Can I get a refund if I cancel at a later time?
Yes, you can receive a credit for any paid but unused months. For the current billing month, you will receive a Cycle credit for the remaining days in that month. If you wish to cancel your services within the first 48 hours, please reach out to us to discuss a full refund.
Do specific features cost more?
With the exception of support, all features are made available to all of our users at no additional charge.
If I use more bandwidth than I reserve, will my infrastructure be shut down?
No, we charge per GB of bandwidth over your reserved amount. While it is cheaper to reserve bandwidth in advance, there will be no downtime if you go over.
How much do extra Managed Support hours cost?
Additional Managed Support hours cost $130 each, $100 if you already have a support plan