- 24/7 Phone Support
- Cloud Hosting
- Data Center
- Data Center Co-location
- Data Center Designer (DCD)
- Dedicated Server/Dedicated Hosting
- High Speed Connectivity
- IO Performance
- IP Routing
- Redundant Systems
- Sys Admin Team
Programming Interface (Application Programming Interface)
An API provides standardized information from a part of a program, which can be absorbed by any number of other program parts and used for further processing. This separation enables the program parts to be developed independently, as long as the API remains unchanged.
CPU block of a processor
A "core" can refer to completely different processor generations, particularly in service offerings and price quotations. ProfitBricks defines "core" as a real core of the latest processor generations from companies such as Intel and AMD, in other words, with the maximum productive efficiency.
Server housing or server homing
Accommodation and network connection of a customer server in the data center of an Internet Service Provider (ISP). This means that, in contrast to hosting, the operating system is not made available by the provider, but that the provider only ensures the framework for operating system supply.
Infrastructure as a Service
Use of all data center services, such as server and infrastructure, via the Internet. IaaS offerings are provided as cloud services and maintained professionally by IaaS providers. They offer a variety of possible applications, from a one-off application as required, to avoiding peak loads, idle capacities, expensive hardware acquisition, etc.
Platform as a Service
Use of a computer platform via the Internet, provided by a PaaS supplier. PaaS offerings provide a runtime environment for web applications that can be deployed quickly and with a low amount of administrative effort, without the need for purchasing the underlying hardware and software.
- The Current State of Cloud Computing IaaS Pricing and Packaging
- Overview of Configurations
- Understanding Price-Performance In the Cloud, including ramifications to CPU, RAM, Storage, and Bandwidth.
- Evaluate IaaS providers - See how you can save 43% to 80%, while getting twice the performance
ProfitBricks APIs, Libraries and SDKs
With ProfitBricks, developers can choose between both a SOAP API and a REST API. Using these APIs, cloud computing developers and operations professionals can automate their multi-cloud IaaS processes by utilizing such popular current libraries as jclouds, Libcloud, Fog, and Python SDKs - which are all supported libraries at ProfitBricks.
These APIs assist you in leveraging the rich features and options offered by ProfitBricks. Even the ProfitBricks Data Center Designer, our integrated graphic user interface was built with the API.
Access the ProfitBricks APIs
ProfitBricks Cloud API Page: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/
Access the ProfitBricks SOAP API: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/soap/
Please note: A REST API is now available!
Access the ProfitBricks REST API: https://devops.profitbricks.com/api/rest/
Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Cloud Libraries
ProfitBricks offers support for three multi-cloud libraries at this time: jclouds, Libcloud, Fog - these popular open-source libraries enable developers and operations pros to automate their cloud infrastructure across multiple clouds or migrate applications and workloads from one cloud to another.
Access ProfitBricks Support for Popular Languages with these SDKs
ProfitBricks offers a PythonSDK that abstracts and provides complete coverage for all current API functions; the library is very specific to ProfitBricks and exposes advanced functionality you may not find in a cloud-agnostic library.
Other SDKs coming soon.Download