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OneQode Cloud Regions A world map centred on Asia-Pacific showing OneQode Cloud Regions live in Guam (APAC Central), and coming soon to Sydney, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Seattle & Los Angeles Darwin Sunshine Coast Brisbane Sydney Hong Kong Guam (APAC Central) Los AngelesSeattle Tokyo Melbourne Singapore Active Coming Soon OneQode Global Network Rollout Map

Available now in APAC Central (Guam) • Coming soon to Hong Kong, Singapore, Sunshine Coast, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Los Angeles & Seattle


it’s our default speed

We’ve built a cloud platform for the things people care about: latency and performance.

Built for the demands of gaming and performance-sensitive applications, this is the blazing-fast experience your users deserve.

All cores are

3.7 GHz+

Built on blazing-fast bare metal servers.

Because performance matters, we built our cloud platform around it.

High clock speeds mean you can support more intensive workloads, or achieve higher tickrates for game servers.

The underlying servers

Next-gen network

Reach across the Asia-Pacific at low latency.

With data centres across the Asia-Pacific, a unique APAC Central hub designed to be a regional, latency-neutral backbone, and private fast-lanes to the major internet providers, our cloud platform reaches users faster.

Low latency network
The earth from space - with the OneQode network glowing
DDoS analytics chart An illustrative analytics chart showing DDoS attacks being mitigated in real time by our DDoS protection infrastructure. 1 Gbps 2 Gbps 3 Gbps 4 Gbps 16:50 16:52 16:54 16:56 16:58 17:00 17:02 17:04

Network-wide DDoS protection.

TL;DR it’s great and it’s free

More attacks are happening than ever — and most providers charge per megabyte for protection.

With OneQode, you’ll get always-on DDoS protection by default. No ifs or buts.

Complete DDoS protection
								#!/usr/bin/env ruby/v3/
								# api example:
								# connects to your api endpoint
								# lists all available images, flavors
								# starts a server, runs a remote command via ssh and then shuts down
								require 'fog/openstack'
								@connection_params = {
								 openstack_auth_url: '<oneqode-api-endpoint>',
								 openstack_username: '<username>',
								 openstack_api_key: '<apikey>',
								 openstack_project_name: '<projectname>',
								 openstack_domain_id: 'default'
								new_line = "\n\n"
								compute =
								neutron =
								images = compute.images
								flavors = compute.flavors
								# list all available images
								puts 'listing all available images:'
								for image in images do
								puts new_line
								puts 'list all instance flavors:'
								for flavor in flavors do
								 puts "name: #{}"
								 puts "RAM: #{flavor.ram}"
								 puts "VCPUS: #{flavor.vcpus}"
								flavor = flavors.first
								image = images.first
								puts "creating an instance of #{} on a #{}"
								instance = compute.servers.create name: 'example server',
								 nics: [{ :net_id => }]
								instance.wait_for { ready? }
								puts 'running a remote command:'
								result = instance.ssh ['uname -a']
								puts result.stdout
								puts 'destroying the server:'
								puts instance.destroy

API accessible.

Because why wouldn’t it be?

Launch and manage your cloud environment programmatically through a friendly RESTful API — or via the command line.

You’ll have complete control, and a powerful automation layer to manage your infrastructure.

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Plays nicely with your tech stack.

After all, no-one likes lock-in

Our cloud platform is built on OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure platform.

Use Terraform? Too easy. Love Ansible? No problem. We’re not reinventing the wheel, and our open platform works with whatever DevOps toolkit you’re using.