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Scaleway is a global tech leader fulfilling our true mission of bringing you the cloud that makes sense. We offer the right combination of compute power and storage that is flexible, cost effective, reliable, secure and sustainably powered. We are the only cloud provider to offer private data center colocation with Scaleway Datacenter, Dedibox dedicated servers for maximum control and punch, or elastic computing with our modern Scaleway Elements ecosystem with S3 compatibility, a rolling up-to-date Kubernetes and Terraform support all at the same time. No matter what stage of development you may be in, we have the resources to help you sustain your growth.
Our Instances are located in:
- Paris (France)
- Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- Warsaw (Poland)
We initiate what is called an “authorization charge” of €1 when you register a new credit card. This is a dummy transaction to check the validity of the card. The authorization will also carry a 4-digit Magic Code, displayed on your bank account statement. This Magic Code will be used to verify your credit card for your Scaleway account. For more information refer to how to add a Credit Card.
To create a ticket, you must have an account and be logged into the Scaleway console. When on the Organization Dashboard:
- Click Create on the right hand side of the Dashboard.
- Click Support ticket.
- Open a new support ticket.
From the side menu you can also:
- Click Support.
- Click Open a new support ticket.
If you need help to choose and configure the best solution for you, get in touch with our Solution Advisors.
In case you have lost the password associated with your Scaleway account, you will be able to retrieve access to your account by using the “Lost Password” button on the Scaleway console. However, if you need to reset your password, but you have difficulties accessing your email account, you will not be able to use this function. In this case, follow the authentication procedure described in our documentation.
An image is a complete backup of your server including all volumes. A snapshot can be done from a specific volume (for example you have a server with a volume containing the OS and another one containing the application data, and you want to use different snapshot strategies on both volumes). Creating snapshots of your volumes gives you total freedom which volumes you want to back up while images are convenient for full backups of your instance.
/64 IPv6 block are available on all our Instances. However, note that for our legacy servers including
VC1 /64 IPv6 block is available at the cost of an archive.
The subnetwork is automatically activated on new Instances. To benefit from an IPv6
/64 subnetwork on an existing Instance, first archive it and then restart it.