Performance_Flavors


Server Management

Each flavor class is designed for a specific workload range. Review the following list of workloads to identify which flavor class fits your current needs.

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The data disks attached to some Cloud Servers flavors are unformatted when created. Before you can use them to hold data on Windows, they have to be prepared by formatting them and assigning each a drive letter.


Open the...
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The data disks attached to some flavors of Cloud Servers are unformatted when created. Before you can use them to hold data on Linux, they have to be prepared by formatting them, determining their mount points, and adding them...
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This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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In the architecture of General Purpose Cloud Servers and I/O-optimized servers, you may change the size of your local system storage space in one of two ways:
Increase Available Storage with Cloud Block Storage
Create a new...
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Linux Tools

In addition to CPU, RAM, and disk space configuration, you may view additional disk, I/O, and networking information about available Cloud Servers. Use this information to help you decide which Cloud Server is right for your...
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Migrations

Migrating your data to General Purpose or I/O optimized Cloud Server (product page) from a Standard Cloud Server can be a straightforward process with some planning and preparation.

Preparation

For detailed advice on preparing...
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This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Backups

When backing up the data disk or disks on your General Purpose Cloud Servers you have two convenient choices: Cloud Block Storage or Cloud Backup. Identifying which one to use depends on what features are most important to you....
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This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Scaling and High Availability

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Load Balancing

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Resizing

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Server Images

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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Performance

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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API

This article describes some of the major features and benefits of the General Purpose and work-optimized flavors (configurations) of Cloud Servers compared to Standard servers. Changes have been implemented with General Purpose...
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