Some selected use cases:

These are some use cases that we see that many customers have. We have made guides to make these setups go as smooth and effortless as possible. We have many other guides available on our support site: support.arcticcloud.com. Our cloud resources may be used for virtually anything you can think of doing to a physical server - give it a try!

Launching a basic Linux server on Arctic Cloud

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Arctic Cloud supports a variety of linux distributions, we currently have the following standard images / operating systems: Centos 6 and 7, Debian 9, Fedora, Ubuntu 16.04 & 18.04. If you require other images, you can upload your own or send us a support message at support@arcticcloud.com if you need assistance.

Follow our guide from our support site here:

Launching a basic Windows server on Arctic Cloud

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Arctic Cloud and Arctic Circle Data Center AS is a Microsoft partner and can therefore offer Windows Server™ 2012 R2 & 2016 images on our solution. We may also offer other solutions such as MS SQL and similar on request.

Keep in mind that it is illegal to upload or install Microsoft licensed products that are not licensed through Arctic Circle Data Center AS due to Microsoft’s licensing model. However licences can be transferred, send us a support message at support@arcticcloud.com and we will assist you. MS Server licence is included in the price per hour.

Follow our guide from our support site here:

Syncing your files to Arctic Cloud Object storage using Rclone

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A typical use case can be to set up an offsite sync for various purposes such as offsite backup, added security or just a synced folder. We have here chosen to connect to Arctic Cloud object storage that automatically makes 4 replicas of all files for added security placed in two different availability zones. This is best practice for file storage security.

Rclone is a free, open source command line utility to sync files and directories to and from cloud storage. It supports several cloud storage providers, and client side encryption. Rclone can be used with most operating systems, including Windows, Linux and macOS. Rclone can also be used as an excellent tool for file transfer between cloud solutions.

Follow our guide from our support site here:

Using Cyberduck as object storage browser

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Cyberduck is a free open source cloud storage browser for Mac and Windows. It supports many different protocols and Object Storage APIs, including OpenStack Swift and S3. In this guide we will be showing you how to use Cyberduck to connect to the Arctic Cloud Object Storage service.

This gives easy access to files and folders in your Object storage. Cyberduck supports encryption so that your files can be encrypted client-side before being stored in the cloud for added security.

Follow our guide from our support site here:

Ready to try it out? - remember we have free tier!