Scale your business faster with a developer-friendly and massively-distributed cloud platform. With the Linode Cloud, you’ll get easy-to-use tools, managed services, technical documentation, developer videos and online help to build, manage and scale your business faster. At Linode, they are dedicated to building the right infrastructure for businesses of all sizes. With scalable cloud hosting, managed services, and technical documentation, Linode empowers you to build your apps faster and scale with ease.
Linode is the cloud for developers - a powerful, developer-friendly and massively-distributed platform to build, run and secure cloud workloads. Businesses scale faster with a developer-friendly and massively-distributed platform to build, run, and secure cloud workloads. Large enterprises and startups rely on Linode to build, run, and secure cloud workloads. The reliable infrastructure has the scalability needed to reliably serve the needs of your business. Public clouds like AWS or Azure are terrific at providing large-scale infrastructure for database, web, and mobile workloads. But what about all the tasks that need to happen behind the scenes? From peak load monitoring to automated configuration management and first-line support, Linode provides the tools that support developers building applications and companies scaling faster.
Linode offers a variety of cloud services, including:
Here are some of the key features available:
It’s easy to get started with a Linode. You can sign up for an account, provision a server, and be running in minutes.
Linode’s infrastructure is built to be as simple, secure, and reliable as possible. We don’t oversell or oversell our products; we offer a single type of server with multiple configurations that can be used for most applications.
A Linode is an entire server you can control. You have root access to this server, so it’s completely customizable. You can install any OS that runs on KVM (such as Ubuntu), and then use our API to automate everything.
Virtual machines (VMs) are isolated environments that run on top of a hypervisor, like KVM. Containers are isolated processes running inside an operating system (OS), such as Linux or Windows.