Why Bare-Metal Cloud
Our infrastructure can easily scale on demand, based on the needs of the network and our ability to financially support the required upgrades.
Since our architecture does not involve a hypervisor, optimal performance is achieved with significantly lower latency on data packet transfers.
Business continuity is ensured via a fast and easy recovery process in case of a catastrophic event.
A dedicated server is utilized for the block production, in an as-safe-as-it-gets approach for data protection, since resources in a bare-metal cloud implementation aren’t provisioned through virtualization.
Our approach gets the best of both worlds. We get the advantages of offsite server storage without losing the ability to completely customize our dedicated and private server environment.
Lower Big Data Costs
With a bare-metal cloud we can pre-calculate our operating costs and minimize our overhead by avoiding solutions that usually charge more for bandwidth and traffic.
Our Dedicated Producer Node
Intel Xeon E5 2630v4 (10×2.20GHz)
256 GB REG ECC RAM
A Peek Into the Future
CPU, RAM, HDD and Network upgrades will take place after assessing in practice the economic viability of each upgrade in respect to our current setup and the network’s needs.
Similarly, adding more nodes to better serve the EOS ecosystem is to be considered given a paid Block Producer position, as per Code of Conduct.
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