Using A.I. to generate meaningful passwords

Learn how to create a password generator that uses A.I. to generate strong, meaningful passwords.

By Jegor van Opdorp • December 10, 2020

Load Balancing is here

We’re happy to announce the addition of the load balancing functionality to our Leafcloud suite.  Our users can now use the Leafcloud dashboard, or API to create a load balancer. Load balancers have a publicly addressable IP address and can be configured to regulate the traffic between two or more hosts. This will help you balance the connection requests to various […]

By Guy Pathak • December 9, 2020

The best way to deploy to Kubernetes

In this article I’m going to help you make a reproducible deployment from your laptop to Kubernetes in the best, simplest way possible, using ‘Make’

By Thatcher Peskens • November 26, 2020

Eteck verwarmt woningen duurzaam met servers van Leafcloud

Amsterdam, 20 november 2020 – ‘Sinds vandaag werken Eteck, leverancier van duurzame warmte, en Leafcloud, een leverancier van cloud hosting samen om een appartementencomplex in Amsterdam te verwarmen.

By Thatcher Peskens • November 20, 2020

Introducing the Leafcloud Knowledge Base

We’re excited to announce the launch of the Leafcloud Knowledge Base Built to help you tackle any issues you encounter using our Leafcloud services, the knowledge base is where you’ll find tutorials to help you get started, as well as tips on how to get the most out of your Leafcloud account. Currently, we’ve posted tutorials on how to create and manage your networks, instances, […]

By Guy Pathak • November 19, 2020

Leafcloud launches first truly green public cloud service which stops energy waste

Amsterdam, October 9, 2020 – Today a new public cloud is launched. Amsterdam based Leafcloud offers, for the first time, a truly green alternative for scalable cloud hosting.

By Thatcher Peskens • October 9, 2020

Using Rancher Server with OpenStack

We’ve found Rancher to be a quick, free and awesome way to manage Kubernetes clusters. This is a step by step guide to help you get started on a OpenStack based cloud.

By Thatcher Peskens • August 25, 2020

It’s time to do something about dirty clouds

What often goes unnoticed, is that these services run on real computers, take up real space, and use real energy. Lots of energy. All of this energy is …

By Thatcher Peskens • June 29, 2020

The Cloud Is Very Thirsty

Data centers have been sprouting up like mushrooms over the last few years and the environmental impact is becoming apparent, yet the staggering amount of water used to cool them is often overlooked. Using water as part of the cooling process makes cooling towers more energy efficient, which data centers in turn use to lower […]

By David Kohnstamm • June 10, 2020