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First Local Elastic Cloud Server in Phnom Penh Cambodia.
iOneCloud is committed to provide customers with world class services and to bring a bright future to them. For large enterprises, it helps them address problems in cloud transformation and enables them to take better advantages of business opportunities in the future.

Stability and Reliability:
When a host experiences a fault, ECSs are automatically migrated to a functional host, ensuring 99% service availability. Multi-data copy capability ensures 99 % data persistence.
Security:
Security group rules protect the network from viruses and Trojans. Anti-DDoS, WAF, and WebScan services are included free of charge to further enhance ECS security.
Competitive Advantage:
iOneCloud leverages years of hardware development and customization experience to ensure an optimal user experience based on iOneCloud-developed virtualization.
Auto Scaling:
ECS specifications and bandwidths can be adjusted to meet service and cost requirements at any time. Excellent computing performance is ensured through ECS networking.

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Yes. Up to 24 EVS disks, including system disks, can be attached to an ECS.

  • Yes,however, this configuration is not recommended.
  • To configure multiple EIPs, you must manually configure routing policies. Exercise caution when you perform this operation.

ip route add 11.11.11.0/24 dev eth1 via 192.168.2.1

In the preceding command, 192.168.2.1 is the gateway IP address of standby NIC eth1.

Example 2:

Based on example 1, if you are required to enable routing for default public network traffic through standby NIC eth1, perform the following operations to configure a routing policy:

  • Log in to the ECS.
  • Run the following command to delete the default route:

ip route delete default

  • Run the following command to configure a new default route:

ip route add 0.0.0.0/0 dev eth1 via 192.168.2.1

In the preceding command, 192.168.2.1 is the gateway IP address of standby NIC eth1.

You can use ECSs just like traditional physical servers. On an ECS, you can deploy any service application, such as the email system, web system, and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system. After creating an ECS, you can use it like using your local computer or physical server.

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iOneCloud has deployed data center local Phnom Penh region to
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The Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) service enables you to provision logically isolated, configurable and manageable virtual networks for Elastic Cloud Servers (ECSs), improving the security of resources in the cloud system and simplifying network deployment.

The available bandwidth size ranges from 1 Mbit/s to 100 Mbit/s.

The VPC service supports the exclusive and shared bandwidth types. The exclusive bandwidth limits the traffic rate of only one elastic IP address, whereas the shared bandwidth centrally limits the traffic rate of multiple elastic IP addresses.

The initial backup for an ECS is a full backup and subsequent backup operations are all incremental backups. Therefore, the initial backup take long and subsequent incremental operations take shorter times. For example, a full backup of a 100 GB ECS takes approximately 30 minutes, and an incremental backup of 15 GB takes approximately 6 minutes.

A restoration of 100 GB data also takes approximately 30 minutes.

A backup policy is a set of rules for backing up data, including the policy name, policy status, execution time of backup jobs, backup period, and retention rules. The retention rules specify the retention duration and number of retained backups. After an ECS is associated with a backup policy, it can be automatically backed up according to the backup policy.

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