Compute: The total resources required by your multi-VM application are divided into the optimal number of Ravello compute blocks, namely R1 (2 vCPU, 4GB RAM) and R2 (2vCPU, 8GB RAM) to calculate the total price.
Storage & Network: VM volume storage and library costs are associated with each application. Networking costs are based on usage. There is an additional charge per public IP address.
To support varying complexities of your applications, Ravello offers an Advanced Tier with the ability to upload your own VMware/KVM VMs and an Enterprise Tier with advanced networking.
Cost optimized – Auto-selection of the best-fit public cloud from the supported list (Amazon AWS, HP Cloud or Rackspace), meeting your application requirements at the lowest possible cost.
Performance optimized – Deployed on a specific public cloud of your choice and optimized for performance.
This is the price for all VM disk space calculated per hour and billed at 2.1 times the amount of storage required for snapshots, blueprints and other advanced functionality.
This is the price for storing all library VMs, blueprints and stopped VMs. We use delta encoding technology, compression and other techniques to minimize the library cost.
Ravello offers Bronze (free/web support), Silver and Gold levels of support. Contact us to learn about support pricing.
This is the data transfer cost for outbound traffic. Billing is based on usage.
This is the price per public IP address per hour. You can have as many public IP address as needed. The pricing is the same for elastic and non-elastic IP addresses, however billing for elastic IP addresses is based on the entire period that the IP is allocated to the customer. For non-elastic IP addresses billing is based on usage (when VMs are actually running).
Ravello has deep expertise in enterprise applications. Contact us to learn about Ravello's POC and Jumpstart service offerings.