We’ve added a new function to The Virtual Private Cloud to make managing virtual machines even more convenient and cost-effective: workload statistics.
Users can now view graphs on the workloads of virtual machine components from the control panel or gather measurement data over REST API.
In this article, we’ll talk about the components used for gathering, processing, and storing virtual machine metrics as well as give examples of how these components can be configured. Read more
We recently updated the version of CoreOS available in our Virtual Private Cloud and also added RancherOS to our list of available images.
These operating systems are useful for managing a large number of applications in containers and for using different container clustering systems, like Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Apache Mesos, etc.
The Virtual Private Cloud lets you create virtual machines from a wide-range of existing OS images.
However, some users need images which our service doesn’t offer. These include less common kinds and versions of operating systems.