Fill your cloud toolbox
We know the server management pain points that make system administrators cringe. So we provide tools to help: Quickly and easily provision, test, recover, and move your data onto or between servers.
Our tools streamline and automate these complex, time-consuming processes. And thanks to our unique platform of bare metal and virtual servers, you’ll find innovative capabilities you’ve never seen before.
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Move from virtual to bare metal and back again.
Capture images from virtual or bare metal servers, store them in a single image library, and then deploy them on either kind of system. Capabilities that have historically only been available with virtual infrastructure—the ability to quickly clone and reload servers—now available with bare metal servers. Our automated system adapts any image on the fly, so you can deploy it on any platform or system you choose, enabling simple, seamless migration between physical and virtual environments.
Bring your own image to your ARN Server solution, or vice versa.
If you already developed server configurations to meet your specific business needs, our Image Import and Export service allows you to import your disk images into your ARN Server account, ready to deploy new ARN Server virtual servers. This is a free service to all ARN Server customers (beyond the standard charges for virtual servers and storage). Current ARN Server customers can log in to the customer portal to start using Image Import/Export today.
Adjust your cloud footprint without lifting a finger.
Auto Scale lets you adjust your cloud footprint dynamically and automatically based on triggers such as schedules, CPU utilization, and bandwidth usage, so your environment will always run at optimum levels. Create a few simple triggers in our customer portal, and our system will add or remove virtual servers as your rules dictate. Never exhaust your cloud infrastructure resources, and avoid overprovisioning (and paying for) servers that are only needed during peak usage times.
Boot a failed server with an external kernel, to diagnose and resolve issues.
Bring a server online after a crash or failure in order to troubleshoot system issues that would normally only be resolved through an OS reload. Launched from the ARN Server customer portal, our automated system boots failed servers into a RAM-disk Unix, Linux, or Windows PE rescue kernel, providing access and control of the troubled server. Run a wide range of tools, including disk recovery utilities, PassMark tests, OS-specific repair utilities, and up-to-date antivirus, spyware, and root kit scan utilities.