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) offers a
number of services to customer VMs that these can use without needing
to have internet access.
While many of these are preconfigured in the public images from the OTC
ImageFactory and thus will
automatically be used, customers with private images will need to
configure their images (and networks) to use these explicitly. Customers
creating subnets via the API will also need to configure the name server