We think of cloud infrastructure like building blocks - highly flexible, programmable and scalable chunks of compute and storage. Whether you're a cloud native developer running Docker, an at-scale SaaS platform with billions of pageviews around the world, or a security focused bank hooked on VMWare, we designed Packet from the ground to meet the demands of your workload.
The Bare Metal Cloud You've Been Waiting For
Packet makes it easy for developers & enterprises alike to leverage
powerful single-tenant infrastructure.
We're developers at heart (mainly Ruby and Go, if you like that kind of stuff), so we brought the automation of the cloud to bare metal. Cloud Init, a powerful API, the latest OS's, and leading integrations like Terraform and Ansible. Oh and we have an IRC channel (#packethost on freenode).
With ondemand, hourly pricing and no multi-tenancy, we think Packet is perfect for nimble, fast-growing SaaS products. But we're biased. See how our single-tenant platform can help you drive down costs & reduce complexity while increasing performance.
If you wake up each day thinking about private clouds, nested virtualization, ESXI, custom images, or advanced networking, then you're in the right place. We also love to deploy POC environments in minutes, and offer both "on premise" and private deployments. Woot.
Packet is the perfect partner for a variety of uses cases that shine on bare metal,
but often struggle on top of multi-tenant clouds like AWS or GCE.
In Cloud 1.0 you had to choose between either dedicated servers (performance and power features, but at the cost of automation) or virtualized, big box clouds (multi-tenancy and vendor lock in) - there was no middle ground. With Packet, you get the best of both worlds: a highly automated ondemand infrastructure solution with no Layer 2 vlans, forced multi-tenancy, or hypervisor tax.
Packet's Ruby Client
Deployed as a container, Portworx pools existing servers, SANs, NAS, DAS, and cloud instances to create an integrated storage cluster and provide data services directly to containers.
Packet's Python Client
Packet's Java Client