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    OnApp cloud, is it too expensive or not?


    i found OnApp cloud, it has some alternatives too, but this thread is about OnApp Cloud.

    On App cloud page: http://onapp.com/cloud/

    Is OnApp cloud too expensive? They want $10 per CPU core... Or how does it work?

    Thanks for stopping by! Can I help you with anything?
    Customer: : how can i use onapp?
    Customer: : on linux centos
    OnAppCloud: OnApp is a software that sits on your hardware, allowing you to create a highly available cloud environment
    OnAppCloud: And so much more
    OnAppCloud: http://onapp.com/products/
    OnAppCloud: If you have questions please contact *@onapp.com
    OnAppCloud: Thank you
    Customer: : can i use onapp on VPS?
    OnAppCloud: No, onapp must run on hardware
    OnAppCloud: http://onapp.com/cloud/requirements/
    Customer: : what means number of clouds?
    Customer: : 1 (free)
    Customer: : hypervisor cores is number of virtual cpus?
    OnAppCloud: A cloud refers to your license with onapp. It's on a physical server called the Controller Server, under that you can have multiple physical servers, called hypervisors, where you provision Virtual servers etc from.
    OnAppCloud: Cores is the number of cores in the processor on the hypervisor server. I.e. Dual-quad core server = 8
    Customer: : 16 cores limit, that useless
    OnAppCloud: quite
    Customer: : 500gb disk, useless too
    OnAppCloud: indeed, this is why we have a free version and a FULL version
    OnAppCloud: the full version allows you to use what you wish
    OnAppCloud: 100 cores, 100000 cores
    OnAppCloud: etc
    Customer: : i dont know how much it cost
    Customer: : but if you suck 10 usd per core, thats quite alot
    OnAppCloud: it depends on what you are selling. If you are overselling cores then it's cheap
    OnAppCloud: so if you are selling mass market Virtual machines and you have 4 VMs per core its cheap
    OnAppCloud: What are you looking to do with the onapp software?
    Customer: : a hosting, cpanel, or linux VPSs
    Customer: : but i wont pay you 10usd per one of my cpu core
    Customer: : that is too much
    OnAppCloud: Have you explored all onapp features?
    OnAppCloud: it's much more than a control panel
    OnAppCloud: Also, are you overselling the cpu on the VPS you plan to sell?
    OnAppCloud: Please also consider what else you get for that $10/core.
    OnAppCloud: You can see this here: http://onapp.com/pricing/
    Customer: : thank you for help
    Customer: : i will write it down
    What do you think, is OnApp cloud worth money, If your server have 8 cores, its 80USD, isnt that too much?

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    Like the OnAppCloud support said, it depends on what you are selling and your strategy of course.
    Also, OnApp is flexible, has a lot of features, and easy to use/learn.
    Ronard Libao
    GMO Cloud America Inc. (http://us.gmocloud.com/blog/)

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    Sure it worth its money. nowadays cloud hosting solutions are becoming trendy so you should not miss this train

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