Release Comparison Fuga Cloud Platform

Release Comparison Fuga Cloud Platform

In the last two years, we worked hard with a dedicated team of DevOps engineers, developers and cloud specialists to develop the next major release of the Fuga Cloud Platform. We are finally able to proudly announce the newest release of Fuga Cloud.

Our first release (launched in 2015) has proven to be a rock-solid cloud solution with OpenStack at its core. We encountered enough challenges and improvements to develop an entirely new platform, of course, with OpenStack at its core.

Below you will find a comparison of these two releases:

Release 1 Release 2
OpenStack version Mitaka Ocata/Queens
Networking stack OpenStack Neutron Tungsten Fabric
Kubernetes infra
IPv6
Single Sign On (SSO)
Multiple EC2/S3 credentials
Payment methods Credit Card Credit Card
SEPA Direct Debit
Flavor tiers Balanced Balanced & Optimized
Object Store AWS S3 version compatibility S3v2 S3v4
Object Store namespacing
Load Balancer LBaaSv1 LBaaSv2
OpenStack Barbican Secret Store
IP directly attached to instance
SSD-only storage
Usage aggregation OpenStack Ceilometer OpenStack Gnocchi

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Performance

Cloud single core Benchmarks Cloud volume storage Benchmarks Cloud ephemeral storage Benchmarks

New flavor series and lower pricing

Besides our existing series, we added three additional flavor series to our list and dropped our pricing a bit. Release 2 has the following flavor series available:

  • T2 series - Cost effective for running small applications and has CPU bursting capabilities.
  • C2 series - Traditional balanced CPU and RAM for most common workloads.
  • M2 series - Optimized for memory intensive applications and workloads.
  • P2 series - Optimized for CPU intensive applications and workloads.

Every flavor series comes in several sizes so that there is always a flavor that perfectly fits your needs. Check out the complete list of flavors.

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