Simple deployment

Deploy applications in PHP, Python, Java without any code changes on CI/CD principles using Docker, GIT and SVN repositories, or directly from a Maven, Ant, Eclipse, NetBeans, or IntelliJ IDEA environment

Simple scaling

Set your own scaling rules to ensure the system automatically reacts to loading peaks by increasing resources through vertical and horizontal scaling using load balancing. When loading falls again, the unneeded resources are automatically released, guaranteeing that the solution is financially efficient.

Simple management

The VNET PaaS control interface provides an intuitive application deployment guide, access to a store with dozens of verified solutions such as API interfaces for remote management. Support for team cooperation and integration with CI/CD tools is a matter of course.

More about VNET PAAS

Deploy web applications in seconds. This saves a lot of time in preparing infrastructure, installation, system configuration and securing applications.

Using the VNET PaaS service you can simply and quickly deploy the necessary application or environment in only a few clicks. You can activate automatic scaling and configure reserved or maximum available resources. If you need a more comprehensive solution, you can easily add highly available applications or database clusters using the application deployment guide. If you need development, testing or production environments, simply replicate an environment and transfer the domain to it with a single click.


Which applications and environments are available in the VNET PaaS service?

Do you need to launch/deploy your application or environment easily and rapidly? The VNET PaaS service cloud store has the best-known applications and environments, including CMS, e-shops, company portals, CI/CD solutions and project management tools that are performance-optimised and highly available. Try out cloud hosting for optimised WordPress or Magento for example.

Fees model

You only pay for what you use.


How do we charge for the VNET PaaS service?

Choose exactly how much resources you need. The basic hourly resource charging unit is a Cloudlet (128 MB RAM and 400 MHz CPU). In addition to reserved Cloudlets, dynamic Cloudlets are also available, meaning you can easily vertically scale the performance of your applications. Other measured resources include the actually used disk space, IPv4 address and data sent to the Internet.

Monitor and optimise your cloud hosting expenditure. When changing service configuration you will immediately see the updated service price on monthly, daily, and hourly bases. You can monitor in detail the consumption history of a specific instance as well as the whole environment in the service control interface, meaning you have full control over your VNET PaaS service expenditure.


Please adjust and set expected resources requirements for your environment via using the controls below:

  1. Number of instances of your Load Balancers. You can use sliders to set the number of reserved cloudlets and their scaling limit for each Load Balancer instance separately.
  2. Number of instances of Application servers. You can use sliders to set the number of reserved cloudlets and their scaling limit for each Application server instance separately.
  3. Number of instances for Database servers. You can use sliders to set the number of reserved cloudlets and their scaling limit for each Database server instance separately.
  4. Disk space volume for your environment
  5. Number of required public IPv4 addresses
  6. Volume of data transferred to (public?) Internet on per hour basis


Yes. VNET PaaS allows the deployment of any container available on Docker Hub or in your private register. You can find more information in the online platform documentation.

Yes. All environments are automatically backed up daily. You can request environment recovery through technical support directly from the VNET PaaS control interface.

We are always adding and updating VNET PaaS store content. If a user has specific needs, it is possible to deploy a solution from their own register/docker hub, or you can contact us and we will make a request for an addition. You can find more information in the online platform documentation.

The minimum credit for topping up is EUR 5.

The following payment methods are accepted – PayPal and payment cards. The credit is automatically added to your credit account immediately upon payment.

No. We do not apply credit expiration.

Yes. When your credit gets low (EUR 5) you will be sent a notification e-mail. You will need to supplement the credit on your credit account quickly, otherwise your running environment will be suspended. We will also send a notification e-mail if your credit is going to run out within the next 24 hours.

Yes. You can find more information in the online platform documentation.

The service can be charged in two ways. The default method is Prepaid, meaning credit is first topped up and then used. To set up the service with payment by invoice, please contact our sales department at

If environments are inactive, only the disk space occupied is charged.

VNET technical support

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