I built a decentralized vps cloud platform in an effort to deliver the cloud that I had envisioned when I first heard the term. On this platform there are two roles the public can participate in.
The consumer role allows you buy virtual cloud instances for some amount of time just like any other cloud provider.
The contributor role allows you to sell virtual cloud instances for some amount of time unlike any other cloud provider.
Our role is to be a "virtual isp" and provide IP transit to all of the virtual machines spanning our global fabric. Contributors netboot our secure virtualization platform and we provide all the networking glue that makes it possible for a server sitting in your house, garage or datacenter to become part of our network. We are responsible for all assigned ip addresses, so NOC support is handled no differently than any other ISP. I wanted to bring the "mining" model to the virtualization space and encourage existing cloud providers to compete in a free market on a common platform and lower the barrier of entry to competition. Contributors set their own prices and consumers make their selection based on actual performance metrics (cpu, memory, iops, latency, network throughput and uptime). You pay only for what you use and you're not forced to conform to some "standardized" template. As a company you may not want to rent your machines to the general public. However you might want to leverage some of the unique networking and security features and use our cloud platform to run your internal cloud infrastructure. With the physical hardware and data under your control, execs may feel a little more comfortable monetizing excess capacity and sell under utilized servers to the public. To seed the initial foot print of the network, I setup two locations each with four servers on dedicated fiber. Each site can easily achieve gigabit speeds to their peering points. One location is on the US West coast and the other is on the US East coast. These servers represent our initial fabric capability and I plan to add 2 to 3 more servers in 2 or 3 more locations as the need arrises.
192 virtual cores
760 gb of memory
192 tb of disk
2 tb of ssd
Over the last year a few dozen people have been helping me test this platform during it's development. I've received positive feedback and it's time to invite the public to submit consumer applications for our beta round. Services are production ready, but subject to a more rapid maintenance cycle. Once we enter the second phase of beta testing we will be accepting applications for contributors. You can submit beta applications and other questions to the following; [email protected] I'm looking for help with continued development. If you feel you could contribute to this project, please contact me at the address listed above. I plan on accepting applications for full time positions in the near future. Here are some features that differ from typical services;
Location Agnostic - Don't think datacenter presence in a dozen locations, think virtualization servers in thousands of locations all over the planet.
Globally Routed - We're continually growing our peering relationships and setting up traffic relays all over the world.
Anycast Enabled - Your IPv4 and IPv6 addresses stay the same regardless of location.
Self Healing - Fabric will automatically relay through other neighboring nodes to bypass Internet outages.
Encrypted - Encrypted from the edge routers all the way to the hypervisor, even local LAN traffic between servers is encrypted.
Live Migrations - Customers can request a migration of their virtual instance to any other server location with zero downtime, same IP.
Encrypted Storage - All customer data is encrypted at rest, keys are not kept on servers.
Disaster Recovery - Choose to have your data automatically replicated to another geographically diverse server or collection of servers.
High Availability - Realtime storage replication enables live migration anywhere on earth in seconds regardless of the size of your data.
Custom Routing Policy - Choose which peering points to send traffic through with custom ECMP policies or keep it automatic.
Here are some features I'm still working on;
Blockchain Initiated Orchestration - Send bitcoin/tokens to an address to initiate instance actions, pay for resources by the hour, etc.
Fully Autonomous Hypervisors - Hypervisors that don't allow any login at all, no need to even run sshd.
Customer Initiated Migrations - Customers can initiate a live migration of their virtual instance to another server in any location no interruptions.
Bring Your Own IP - Create private customer networks that utilize the our global network fabric to bring your own prefixes to our platform.
Customer Provided Encryption Keys - Customer provided encryption keys for storage or private network communications.
Public Supplied Servers - Allow the general public to contribute capacity to the platform in the form of dedicated hardware servers.
Auditing - Open source netboot distribution and configuration for professional and public audit.
I know the current data transfer cost is too high. I'm working on lowering it, as soon as I setup more peering arrangements the cost should come down drastically. Only internet ingress and egress count towards data transfer accounting. All internal traffic is unmetered and free of charge, even if the traffic spans multiple servers in different locations. Instances without a public address are given private addresses and have no data transfer limits both internally between instances and externally to the Internet. Highly available instances automatically have their block storage replicated to another offsite server in real-time, if there is a eminent failure your machine will be migrated live without interruption to the location that has your replicated data. No downtime, no ip address changes and best of all you don't need to manage it. Pricing depends on the level of redundancy. Highly available instance pricing is your instance price times your level of redundancy. So if you want your data replicated in to exist in 3 different locations then your price is simply triple the single instance price. Future contributors would probably like to know what kind of hardware requirements to expect; The the current minimum;
x86-64 architecture and 8GB of memory
Internet connection that supports UDP (NAT ok, no public ip required, easytether works)
Hardware that supports virtualization extensions
UNDI capable network card
Ability to boot from USB
No external peripherals (usb, firewire, etc)
These are optional, but highly recommended;
Hardware that supports AES-NI, AVX or AVX2 - This is optional, but due to all of the encryption it would be pretty slow without them.
High Speed Internet - Any connection will do, try to avoid slow upstream connections. Symmetric gigabit fiber is ideal.
Redundant Internet - A home router supporting dual WAN connections can help avoid losing contracts due to Internet downtime. LTE works pretty well actually.
Unlimited Internet - We wouldn't want you getting slammed for data overage, pick a provider who won't limit you.
PCI-e NVM-e SSD - You achieve the highest virtualization density when utilizing high iops, high throughput SSD's (960 Pro, etc).
6 disks or more - Additional parity/mirroring configurations will be available in the future. For now we need at least 6 drives.
LSI2008 - We will support more controllers, but this is what we are using now, so if you want to assured compatibility, use this.
10 GbE LAN - If you want to contribute more than one server it would be advisable to go with 10 GbE.
Dedicated Bypass - Direct ethernet connections between servers will utilize the direct link first and fail over to less direct links.
All pricing is subject to change, I only expect prices to go down. Eventually when we come out of beta, pricing will follow the free market as contributors will be able to set their price and compete with other contributing cloud providers on a level playing field. Please comment, I'm looking for feedback.
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