These F.A.Q. aim to answer some of the questions regarding 3DS OUTSCALE's upcoming offering refinements.
3DS OUTSCALE is refining its IaaS offering in order to unify its range of customized Virtual Machines (VMs).
The customized TINA type consists in choosing the number of virtual processors and the memory capacity that correspond exactly to your needs.
In order to provide greater control over the performances and pricing of our offering, some modifications will be made, including:
All our virtual machines will be of TINA type.
The TINA type is a type of virtual machine whose name format is "tinaWcXrY", where W is the generation of the processor, X the number of compute cores, and Y the memory capacity.
You will be free to specify the number of compute cores and amount of memory needed.
3DS OUTSCALE is introducing performance options applicable on Virtual Machines (VMs). It will be possible to modify these options through our web interface Cockpit and through the API.
Three types of performance options will be available:
VM price will vary according to the chosen performance option. These performance options will be applied on next VM start, regardless of the type of VM. By default, the High Performance will apply.
At 3DS OUTSCALE, we consider that a quality-focused IaaS service must have a clear offering.
Therefore, by using the TINA types and the performance options, you will be able to have a clearer vision of your per-second consumption of compute cores, of their expected performance, and of the memory used.
In the background, each existing virtual machine will be converted to its corresponding TINA type on next start. However, the type shown will stay its current type.
This conversion will be done according to an Instance Types table. It will have no impact on your resources in use.
The relevant API calls will take into account the changes in order to convert the requested types of VMs.
The behavior changes are detailed in the following page: 3DS OUTSCALE Offering Refinements (API Behavior).
Your bill will indicate your consumption of compute cores according to performance, the memory capacity, and the other resources, invoiced as before.
Your Reserved Instances will not be affected. The invoicing details will simply appear in a different form.
This change is set for the maintenances of Week 32 of 2019 in all Regions, except eu-west-2 whose maintenance will take place Week 33 on August 12, 2019.
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