A Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a cloud computing environment that provides a secure, isolated private cloud hosted within a public cloud 1. With VPC, you can build a complete system infrastructure, including routers, firewalls, high availability or load balancer systems, multiple application servers, database servers, mail servers, or any other type of server that your system may require. VPCs offer a private networking environment that allows you to control what is made available to the public over the routing and NATing capabilities in the gateway server.
To get started with VPC, you can select the required resources pool for all the servers you plan to use in your infrastructure. In the operation platform, you can decide which resources to allocate to each server from the purchased pool. You will be free to change any internal server resources anytime you need without going through purchase, invoicing, payment processes, or support teams.
If you require a non-free operating system (OS), you will be invoiced for it on a monthly basis from the moment you decide to build its server. This way, you do not need to pay for a license until you decide to use it