HP Helion Public Cloud Compute

HP Helion Public Cloud Compute is more powerful and flexible than ever.

New HP Helion Public Cloud Compute functionality provides larger and more powerful instances, new private virtual cloud networking based on software defined networking (SDN), custom image upload capability, and bulk data import capability.  Run larger workloads and spend less time doing it. Learn more about HP Helion Public Cloud Compute 13.5.

Deploy scalable Linux or Windows virtual servers on demand.

Launch your applications quickly and efficiently in the cloud. Based on OpenStack technology, the Compute service gives you all the power and flexibility you need to run your production workloads. You only pay for what you use, and you can easily scale as you go. And with both Windows and many flavors of Linux available, there’s virtually no limit to what you can build in our cloud.

Pay as you go. Prices start at 3₵/hr.

Only pay for your allocated instances on an hourly basis. There are no minimum charges or lock-in periods, and setting up your account is free.

Spin up and get going in minutes.

Customize virtual servers quickly and go to market faster. Launch instances using our graphical or command line interfaces or programmatically using the RESTful API.

Reliability and uptime you can take to the bank.

Your enterprise-class workloads are safe with us. Our industry-leading service level agreement grants the word class protection and support you expect from HP.

Kiss vendor lock-in goodbye.

Open, web-based standards ensure portability and prevent vendor lock-in. Open source-based architecture and OpenStack APIs mean you’re free to choose your development platform and language.

How to get started:

  1. Sign up for an HP Helion Public Cloud account (And, hey, we'll even start you off with a $300 credit).  You won’t be charged until you spin up an instance, and you can always take down inactive instances to avoid additional charges.
  2. Create an instance. You’ll create a key pair and a security group, and then you’ll choose the Windows or Linux flavor you need. You can create your instances using our graphical interface, command line, or RESTful API. You choose how you prefer to work. Learn  more about images available.
  3. You’re done! Your new instance is ready to use. You’ll see your new instance in your inventory. Be sure to check out the step-by-step getting started guide for more details.