Welcome to the Gcore Cloud documentation page! Here we explain how to create, configure, and troubleshoot different cloud products and services.
Cloud is a cloud computing platform that provides users with access to a wide range of computing services over the internet. With Cloud, you can run quickly, save costs, and scale up and down with ease.
From the left–side menu, you can access in–depth documentation about Cloud:
Overview – features of Gcore Cloud
Getting started – quotas for cloud resources, projects in your account, statistics on expenses and resource reservation
Bare metal servers – overview, bare metal creation and management, advanced DDoS protection
Images – overview, image preparation, uploading
Networking – networks, subnetworks, routers, load balancers, firewalls, IP addresses, including reserved, floating and virtual IP addresses and allowed address pairs
Kubernetes – overview, cluster management, ingress controllers for networking, PVCs for storage, load monitoring
SSH keys – SSH key management
Secrets Manager – management of PKCS12 files for load balancers with HTTP listeners
AI Infrastructure – overview of Gcore AI infrastructure, AI clusters, virtual vPODs
Function as a Service – features of Gcore FaaS
Managed Logging – overview, configuration, installation of log shippers
Terraform – Cloud management via Terraform
Billing – charges and invoicing
If you have any questions or think we’re missing a topic in our documentation, please leave a comment and our content team will address it.
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