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Launching SDN with new exciting networking features

The Internet has widely enabled great strives in technology, but progress doesn’t happen by itself. Truly groundbreaking developments take considerable time and effort. We’ve been preluding about our plans and efforts in developing SDN for some time now but the wait...

Developing SDN: Towards software-defined networking

The innovators of the future often rely on the freedoms provided by the supporting platforms to build new online services and web apps on creative ideas. Rigidity and old fashioned thinking would see us stagnating in the present with little advancement...

Celebrating the second anniversary of UpCloud Singapore!

UpCloud was founded with the vision to build a service on a global scale. Through the years with great effort, we’ve built UpCloud truly worldwide with data centres in multiple regions. We originally branched out from Finland by expanded into...

Introducing Private Cloud: Going beyond traditional cloud infrastructure

Public cloud has grown in popularity immensely and while suitable for many types of needs, sometimes you just need that little bit of extra, of everything. If you are looking for more customizability, heightened security, better performance, and perfect availability, search...

ZombieLoad, RIDL, and Fallout – Microarchitectural Data Sampling vulnerabilities

Intel published this Tuesday on 14th of May a new class of vulnerabilities which are related to the already year-old speculative execution attacks. The newly-disclosed Microarchitectural Data Sampling (MDS) hardware vulnerabilities were found independently by multiple teams and are affecting...

Distributed monitoring for global cloud infrastructure

Managing a large global cloud infrastructure with high availability to provide 100% SLA requires the ability to stay on top of arising issues. Even with the advanced n+1 redundancy throughout the systems, problems need to be detected immediately and resolved...

Exciting developments on the roadmap for year 2019

The holidays came and went, and while we hope you’ve had a great start for the year 2019, it’s only going to get better. A new year is a time of new plans and oh boy do we have much on the...

The year 2018 at UpCloud in retrospect

At the end of the year, it’s great to have a chance to kick back and relax a little. We wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past events and what we’ve accomplished this year. We’ve certainly been...

Never become yet another

Cloud provider UpCloud UpCloud was founded on the principle of offering developers and businesses around the world superior products, that are designed by an exceptionally talented team and catered through awesome customer service. We’ve come a long way from a...

UpCloud crowned best European cloud provider, again!

Cloud Spectator is an industry leading infrastructure-as-a-service marketplace analyst. They perform highly detailed and in-depth comparisons to find the best European cloud provider on the market. This year’s report on the cloud space in Europe saw highly competitive offerings across...

Information regarding Foreshadow, the Intel L1 Terminal Fault vulnerability

Intel recently shared information about a newly identified vulnerability in their processors. It concerns a speculative execution side-channel method that Intel calls L1 Terminal Fault or L1TF for short. The vulnerability was discovered by two independent groups of researchers who have titled...

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Helsinki (HQ)

In the capital city of Finland, you will find our headquarters, and our first data centre. This is where we handle most of our development and innovation.

London

London was our second office to open, and a important step in introducing UpCloud to the world. Here our amazing staff can help you with both sales and support, in addition to host tons of interesting meetups.

Singapore

Singapore was our 3rd office to be opened, and enjoys one of most engaged and fastest growing user bases we have ever seen.

Seattle

Seattle is our 4th and latest office to be opened, and our way to reach out across the pond to our many users in the Americas.