Say ciao to our Solo, Team and BigTeam plans
and if you’re wondering where to start
Solo is for free, for now!


The space used by your cargos is billed separately € 0,0012 GB/hour
Running probes/jobs/APIs are billed separately, see below

Super simple pricing for our machines
that scales with your usage
and we GPUs

Mega
0,001 /min
  • 1 CPU
  • 15 GB RAM
  • 20 GB disk
  • unlimited transfer
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Exa
0,002 /min
  • 2 CPUs
  • 30 GB RAM
  • 20 GB disk
  • unlimited transfer
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Yotta
0,004 /min
  • 4 CPUs
  • 60 GB RAM
  • 20 GB disk
  • unlimited transfer
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Tera+GPU
0,00956 /min
  • 4 CPUs
  • 15 GB RAM
  • 20 GB disk
  • unlimited transfer
  • 1 GPU
  • 8 GB GDDR5

Per minute billing
All prices are VAT excluded
I've read you use a hybrid infrastructure, what does that mean?

Our hybrid infrastructure is based on cloud and dedicated servers, so as to be able to scale up rapidly and also provide guaranteed performance. On top of them we use Docker to provide a consistent environment for your applications.

Which graphics card is provided with Tera+GPU?

The Tera+GPU machine is equipped with a GeForce GTX 1070.

Where are your servers located?

Our servers are located in the European Union. We care about your privacy - only an order from a local Court can give someone access to your data.

Are you offering spot instances?

No, we don't use spot instances. Your machine will run for as long as you want.

Do you have a free trial?

For now the Solo plan is free, and with that you get 60 minutes of the Mega machine to use. No credit card is required until you want to update your plan or you have used up your complimentary 60 minutes.

What is the difference between cargos and the disk available with the machines?

The disk available with a machine will last as long as the machine is active, after you delete it, the machine as well as the disk will be destroyed (with all the files inside). A cargo is not specifically connected to a machine, and neither is it dependent on it.

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