When you need to scale vertically, i.e. change the available vCPUs or RAM assigned to a VM in OTC, you can use the resize (change specifications) feature and change the flavor of an existing VM. You can do this via the web interface or the API -- when you then restart the VM, it will come up with the new flavor type.
Currently, for each Linux image, there are two series of images, one
with a datestamp (e,g, _20180106_0) and one with a _latest name
which gets renamed to _prevN and hidden upon a new _latest image
registration. We have followed a roughly monthly update schedule
(aligning with the Windows world) for the datestamp images and the
_latest images while pushing out additional _latest images in
between occasionally based on major improvements, bug fixes or security
The Open Telekom Cloud(OTC) had a broad network outage on 2017-11-08 from 13:44 CET
until 14:41 CET. The OTC customers were informed about it an hour after
the event and some details on what exactly happened were sent out in the
morning of 2017-11-10.
The Open Telekom Cloud_ (OTC) allows customers to associate elastic IPs
(floating IPs) with vNICs (ports) on Virtual Machines (VMs) to expose
them to the internet and support in- and outgoing connections.
The Open Telekom Cloud (OTC) consists
of several environments; the environment that customers normally get to
see is the production environment. There is also a staging environment
that can be divided into several compartments and is used to test and
validate fixes; it is commonly referred to as PreProduction environment,
or short PreProd.