Private cloud pricing
While leading public cloud providers continue lowering their prices, private clouds remain a cost-efficient extension to the public cloud infrastructure. Get the following report for free to learn how cloud pricing differs across leading public and private cloud platforms, including AWS, Azure, Google, VMware and OpenStack.Get the free report
Private cloud pricing calculator
Should your workloads run in a public or private cloud?
Depending on your requirements, overall CapEx and OpEx costs and cost-per-resource metrics, it may be more economical to run your workloads in the private cloud. Use the following private cloud pricing calculator to estimate the costs of running your instances in the Charmed OpenStack private cloud. And see how much you can save compared to the public clouds.
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NOTE: The private cloud pricing calculator is for informational purposes only. Exact prices may vary depending on your detailed requirements, cloud configuration and local cost conditions. The hourly cost per instance contains all CapEx and OpEx costs over a three-year period, including reference hardware, typical hosting charges, average operations staff salary costs, cloud delivery and support subscriptions. The total savings are calculated compared to the reference AWS EC2 pricing for on-demand t3a type instances. In case of any questions, get in touch with our experts.
Cloud pricing comparison
Choose a cloud platform based on economics
In most cases, the decision of which cloud platform to use is driven by economics. Use cost-per-resource metrics or total cost of ownership (TCO) calculators to estimate and compare costs between various cloud platforms.Learn more about TCO calculators ›
The future is multi-cloud
Still not sure which cloud platform suits you best?
Multi-cloud architecture leverages the advantages of various cloud providers.
Use both public and private cloud at the same time and always run your workloads where it makes sense from the economical standpoint.Read the whitepaper about multi-cloud ›