The power of Elastic Dedicated Server is perfect for any workload.
EDS makes the difference
An Elastic Dedicated Server (EDS) differs from both a classic dedicated server and a Cloud VPS.
The future of dedicated servers is in the cloud.
Elastic Dedicated Server with CPU running at high frequencies (3.3 Ghz +), for applications that require greater computing power or to increase the performance of websites.
Starting at €40 /mo
|Question||Elastic Dedicated Server (EDS)||Classic Dedicated Server|
|How long does it take to create a server?||< 1 minute||Depending on the provider, it can range from a few tens of minutes, a few hours, or depending on hardware availability, a few days.|
|What happens in the event of a hardware failure?||The automatic recovery process will relocate the server to a functional section of the data center. The process has minimal impact of downtime (less than 1 minute).||A technician will remove the server from the rack to analyze it. Depending on the support plan, it will manually move the disks to another backup server, then start it. The whole process can take from a few tens of minutes to a few hours, depending on the defect and the availability of the location.|
|How to upgrade?||With a single click. It lasts, as in all other cases, approx. < 1 minute.||An upgrade plan must be drawn up in which there are several options. The fastest option is for the datacenter team to prepare another server with the required resources in which either the disks will be moved or you will need to copy the data. There is also a less optimal option, such as shutting down the server and installing upgraded components.|
|Can a snapshot be taken?||Yes||No|