1 The number of virtual CPUs assigned to your Cloud Server. A vCPU corresponds to a physical CPU thread.
2 The amount of disk space allocated to your Cloud Server's operating system. System disks are RAID 10-protected and are captured when you image a server.
3 The amount of additional disk space allocated for your application data. Data disks are RAID 10-protected and are NOT captured when you image a server.
4 The amount of aggregate outbound bandwidth across all attached network interfaces (PublicNet, ServiceNet, Cloud Networks). The maximum amount of outbound public Internet bandwidth is limited to 40% of the aggregate limit. Inbound traffic is not limited. Host networking is redundant and bandwidth is delivered over two separate bonded interfaces, each able to carry 50% of the aggregate limit. We recommend using multiple Layer 4 connections to maximize throughput.