Deploy a big data and analytics platform in less than an hour.
Get started with our pre-configured, ready-to-use Apache solution. Find out more
Build a website in 5 steps
You can easily read, edit, and write your own code, or change everything. Find out more
“I knew about OVH’s digital launch pad program when I was looking a SaaS Marketplace to public my service for co-marketing and sales. I had known OVH’s brand for a long time about their dedicated hosting service. I was surprised when they was providing with Infrastructure as a service. When I learnt to migrate our micro services’ cluster and containers in OVH’s cloud, I had ever thought it was hard and complex. Because my first trouble stuffs is related to 2FA Verification and User Experience. When I passed it, I think every else is simple to use. I have experienced AWS, Digital Ocean, Google Cloud Platform … for Budget Management, Self-learning and Administration. It is not too many things such as AWS to learn for best deployment’s architecture within best cost optimization, it is more simple than Google Platform while the cost is same with Digital Ocean or Lower. According to me, it is perfect for the early-stage of Software as a Service because of Cost and Simple Deployment. If you can’t handle TOC within AWS, you should learn this cloud now because It is enough limited for you to learn technology and manage budget. When the OVH’s cloud was growing their other components, you could understand to control. Before going cloud, my tech stacks was simple with react, node.js, mongodb replica set, Redis, MS SQL, .Net, ELK, Kong, Nginx, Docker and K8S. I thought that OVH’s have enough alternatives components for scaling my tech stacks. I thought people should be considerable when joining another startup program, if you burned too much credit for tech stacks without the ability of financial control, you might shut down your business because your ROI was slow. According to me, OVH’s unit price was logical for both using credits and cash for the beginning and and long-term development.”