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The OnApp Sales Engineering team, and how they can help you

Whether you’re a new OnApp customer, or you’ve been with us for a while, there is no doubt you’ll have had some interaction with our Sales Engineering team. Our Sales Engineers now have responsibilities in three main areas: Pre-sales, Architecture...

OnApp vs AWS vs Azure: which cloud is fastest?

If you are an end user thinking about buying cloud services from an OnApp cloud provider – or you’re an OnApp provider wondering how your platform fares against the hyperscale clouds… this blog post is for you. There are many reasons to buy cloud from an...

How to migrate a Linux VM from Xen to KVM in OnApp clouds

OnApp clouds natively support both XEN and KVM compute resources, and it’s possible to migrate XEN VMs over to KVM by following the steps below. We support migrations for both Linux and Windows VMs, but in this guide we’ll cover the Linux migration process...

Using large vDisks in OnApp – Part 3: how to deal with failed resize transactions

This is the third and final article in a series about using large vDisks on OnApp KVM compute resources. In the last two articles, I explained how to add a new vDisk and resize it beyond 2TB; and how to resize an existing vDisk beyond 2TB. This time, we’ll deal...

Using large vDisks in OnApp – Part 2: resizing an existing vDisk > 2TB

This is the second technical blog in a series about using large vDisks on OnApp KVM compute resources. In the first blog, I described how to add a new vDisk to a Linux virtual server, and then resize it beyond 2TB. This time, I’ll show you how to convert an...