Machines aren’t shared, it’s yours; 100% of it. QSECOFR authority. Unlimited IBM i profiles. Use it for commercial or personal purposes!
Pay for what you use. That’s how the world works, and so do we. IBM i machines start at $157/month and grow to as big as you need. Month-to-month commitment, no minimum. No setup fee.
IBM Support (a.k.a. SWMA) is included. This means you get access to all licensed program updates and even call IBM if necessary.
Power 2N, HVAC 2N, SOC 2 compliant, Connected on dual and diverse pathways, Facility systems monitored 24x7 with automated alerts, Security: Fully alarmed and monitored, Security cameras throughout facility, Dual perimeter fences, Customer access limited to pre-registered personnel, Computer room secured by keycard with monitoring.
We've prepackaged a number of valueable licensed programs from IBM including the ILE compilers, IBM Backup Recovery and Media Services for i (BRMS), IBM HTTP Server for i, IBM Developer Kit for Java, IBM i Open Source Solutions(5733OPS), IBM Performance Tools for i, IBM Query for i, IBM Portable Utilities for i, DB2 Query Mgr and SQL DevKit.
You're free to install your own PTFs or hire us to do it for you.
vCloud Director firewall from VMWare (basic firewall features like port blocking, allowed IP addresses, etc). Optional VPN also available.
Use any of the languages on IBM i to host a web site. Node.js, RPG, Ruby, PHP, Java, Python, Scala; the list goes on. One static IP included. You could even use this as your DMZ server that connects to your back office IBM i. Lots of creative ideas.
Need a development server long or short term? Develop for commercial or learning purposes. Share the machine or keep it to yourself; the freedom is yours. ILE compilers are included. Node.js, Python, and Git are pre-installed.
Yes, real-world businesses are moving their on-premise production processes to our cloud machines.
With the month-to-month commitment reality it makes spinning up a new instance of the latest IBM i a no brainer.
Are you a software vendor? Spin up an IBM i in the cloud for each of the versions of the OS you need to test against.
We've had some customers use it to engage consultants when they didn't want to make their on-premise machine available to the consultants.