1com Hosting Intro

Web and application Hosting
Based on Container Technology

  • Size
  • We don't use your available space for blown up operating systems. You get a fully functional Linux Server as small as 8 MB. This makes it fast and reliable.
    • Small Instance Size
    • The Space for Operating System (Container) is not deducted from your available free space!
  • Speed
  • Launch a virtual machine in 1 second! Ready to Serve in 5 seconds! Backup and snapshots 2 seconds.
    • Fast
  • Saving
  • Unlike virtual machinse, Containers have a small footprint. This saves you space, time and money.
  • Security
  • Build your own private infrastructure and multiple clusters of Containers, all connected by your own virtual private Network and invisible to the outside world.
    • Every Instance has 2 Interfaces
    • One Interface is for internal communication between Instances and inacceible from outside
    • Customize your Security Policy by choosing among our prepared Rules or set your own
  • Simplicity
  • Without being an IT-Expert and with one click only, you can launch a public service in Internet by choosing among hundreds of already prepared applications.
    • Launch an Instance in Seconds and with few clicks only.
    • Over 120 prepared Images, ready to launch.
    • Try it!

    Linux containers are technologies that allow you to package and isolate applications with their entire runtime environment—all of the files necessary to run. This makes it easy to move the contained application between environments (dev, test, production, etc.) while retaining full functionality. Containers are also an important part of IT security. By building security into the container pipeline and defending your infrastructure, you can make sure your containers are reliable, scalable, and trusted.
    Linux containers help reduce conflicts between your development and operations teams by separating areas of responsibility. Developers can focus on their apps and operations can focus on the infrastructure. And, because Linux containers are based on open source technology, you get the latest and greatest advancement as soon as they’re available. Container technologies—including CRI-O, Kubernetes, and Docker—help your team simplify, speed up, and orchestrate application development and deployment.

    In a way, containers behave like a virtual machine. To the outside world, they can look like their own complete system. But unlike a virtual machine, rather than creating a whole virtual operating system, containers don't need to replicate an entire operating system, only the individual components they need in order to operate. This gives a significant performance boost and reduces the size of the application. They also operate much faster, as unlike traditional virtualization the process is essentially running natively on its host, just with an additional layer of protection around it.

    And importantly, many of the technologies powering container technology are open source. This means that they have a wide community of contributors, helping to foster rapid development of a wide ecosystem of related projects fitting the needs of all sorts of different organizations, big and small.

    Source: redhat.com, opensource.com



    Case example
    Advanced Security through 2 different IP / Networks in each Container.

    Front end Containers accessible through public IP.

    Back end Containers (workers) in a virtual private Network. Inaccessible from outside.