The promise of the public cloud is to get a high-end server with hourly invoicing and no time commitment.
With Scaleway Console or API, deploy and install your Bare Metal Dedibox server in only several minutes.
Three server ranges to match different use cases: General Purpose, High CPU and High Memory.
General Purpose servers are a balance of performance between CPU, RAM and Disks for production environments.
High CPU servers are boosted with CPU power for Big Data applications or calculation processing.
Servers are boosted with memory for virtualization or RAM demanding applications.
Choose the hardware configuration that matches your project. We provide offers based on Intel Xeon or AMD EPYC CPU with no hypervisor and no virtualisation layer. Your dedicated server is available in a few minutes in our very own infrastructure, designed with our 15 years of experience.
Use the ISO file of your choice and deploy your OS via KVM over IP. In addition, benefit from remote server access in case of an incident or rescue mode.
Choose your favorite Linux distribution from our catalog with the latest version (Ubuntu, Debian and CentOS) and get your server installed in several minutes.
Manage your server via our Scaleway Console or via API and automate the creation, installation, reboot or deletion of your services. With the included public IP address, easily connect your other Scaleway infrastructure solutions. For instance, a Load Balancer with Bare Metal servers and virtual instances.
Discover Bare Metal as a Service 100 % dedicated hardware billed per hour of use
1× Intel® Xeon E3 1240v6
4C 8T - 3.7 GHz
1× AMD EPYC 7281
16C 32T - 2.1 GHz
2× Intel® Xeon Silver 4114
20C 40T - 2.2 GHz
1× AMD EPYC 7401P
24C 48T - 2 GHz
2× Intel® Xeon Gold 5120
28C 56T - 2.2 GHz
2× Intel® Xeon Gold 6140
36C 72T - 2.3 GHz
• Scaleway CLI (Command Line Interface)
• IPFO (Failover IP)
• Reverse DNS
• BP 10GBps
• VPC (Private Network)
• Fast deployment
• Custom images
• Block Storage
• New Offers
• Cloud Init
• Meta/User Data
• Windows Server
• Placement Group
Learn how to install an own operating system from an ISO file by using the dedicated KVM over IP.
Learn how to use Vegeta, an open source application written in the Go programming language, to run load testings on an application.
Learn how setup a Kubernetes cluster with Minikube on a Bare Metal server.