What is a cloud?
In the web interface, we offer a cloud instead of direct game servers. In this cloud, you can create game servers from different games. This article discusses the features and usage of a cloud.
How does it work?
The purpose of a cloud is that you can create several game servers in a cloud and can also delete them as desired. This means that you can have, for example, a 4 and a 6 slot Minecraft server in a 10 Slot Cloud, or an 8 slot Minecraft server and a 12 Slot Counter-Strike: Global Offensive server in a 20 Slot cloud.
The servers can be changed while the cloud is running. This means that the servers can be deleted, added, or modified at will.
Where can I find my cloud?
How can I add a server to my cloud?
You can find out more about this topic here: Where can I find my game server?
What do the fields mean in my cloud?
- The orange area displays the Cloud ID. This is needed, for example, for support requests when there are multiple clouds.
- The yellow area is a button. With this one you can add a game server to your cloud.
- The red area is a button. With this, you can edit the cloud.
- The gray area is a selection box for automatic extension. With this you can set whether the cloud should be extended automatically if enough credits are available.
- The light blue area indicates the remaining paid time. If this expires, the cloud will be deactivated without automatic renewal.
- The dark blue area indicates whether the cloud is enabled or disabled.
- The lilac area indicates how much the cloud costs per period.
- The black area shows the available and used slots.
A cloud with several game servers from different games looks something like this: