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Welcome to the Aruba Cloud Knowledge Base. Choose a topic from the menu or start a search. Aruba Cloud is the IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) system that lets you create and connect one or more virtual machines, using them and paying for them as if they were services.

Aruba Cloud is a safe, fully scalable, fast solution that can be customized to suit your needs.

1.2 Technical features of the Aruba Cloud service

1.3 Why choose the Aruba Cloud service?

1.3.1 Differences between Cloud PRO and Cloud VPS Cloud Server Pro service guide Cloud Server Smart service guide

1.3.2 Bandwidth and traffic Cloud Server Pro service guide Cloud Server Smart service guide

10.1 Connecting a Cloud Server to the Internet Cloud Server Pro service guide Cloud Server Smart service guide

10.1.1 Buy new public IPs Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.1.2 Associate the public IP from your control Panel Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.1.4 How to make connections configured in Windows servers effective Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.1.5 How to make connections configured in Linux servers effective Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.1.6 How to make connections configured in Linux Debian and Ubuntu servers effective Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.1.7 How to make connections configured in Linux openSuse servers effective Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2 Multi-IP Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2.1 Creating a Cloud Server with Multiple IPs Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2.2 Configuring Multiple IPs on an existing Windows Cloud Server Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2.3 Configuring Multiple IPs on an existing Linux Cloud Server Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2.4 Configuring Multiple IPs on an existing Debian and Ubuntu Cloud Server Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.2.5 Configuring Multiple IPs on an existing openSuse Cloud Server Cloud Server Pro service guide

10.3 Set up Reverse DNS on a Public IP Cloud Server Pro service guide Cloud Server Smart service guide

10.4 IPv6

10.5 How to disconnect Cloud Servers from a public network Cloud Server Pro service guide

11.1 What is a load balancer?

11.1.1 The rules associated with a load balancer

11.1.2 HTTPS Protocol with LeastConn algorithm: public certificate and private key

11.2 Adding a load balancer

11.3 Managing a load balancer

11.3.1 Changing the status of a load balancer

11.3.2 Connecting/Disconnecting a Server

11.3.3 Creating/Deleting a rule

11.3.4 Monitor the performance: see the statistics

11.3.5 Editing a load balancer: name and notifications

11.3.6 Deleting a load balancer

12.1 Plesk licenses - Versions and Extensions

12.2 Buying a Plesk license

12.2.1 Installing Plesk using a Cloud Server (Windows or Linux) graphic interface

12.2.2 Configure and register a Plesk license on a Cloud Server (Windows or Linux)

12.3 Deleting a Plesk license

13.1 What is Unified Storage? Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.2 Request the activation of the Unified Storage service Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.3 Selecting the network protocol Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.3.1 How to get the iQN code Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.4 Connecting a Cloud Server to the Unified Storage service Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.4.1 Connecting a Cloud Server to the Unified Storage service with CIFS protocol Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.4.2 Connecting a Cloud Server to the Unified Storage service with iSCSI protocol Cloud Server Pro service guide

13.5 Editing a Unified Storage Cloud Server Pro service guide

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