Everything related to host XCP-ng at various providers.
You can decide to host XCP-ng "outside" your wall for various reasons:
- Get rid of your own hardware
- Disaster recovery
- Hybrid solution (both on-prem and hosted)
# XCP-ng Cloud
The main contributor to XCP-ng, Vates (opens new window) is not just offering Pro Support for your XCP-ng hosts running on-premises: there's also hosting possibilities, on fully dedicated hardware.
See https://xcp-ng.com/cloud/ (opens new window) for more details.
XCP-ng Cloud is the only 100% validated hosting solution (hardware compatibility and tested with XCP-ng). However, other well known players will work with XCP-ng.
OVH supports XenServer, so you can decide to deploy a host on XenServer, then to upgrade to XCP-ng.
https://www.ovh.com/world/dedicated-servers/ (opens new window)
Their hosts can be used with XCP-ng, via their IPMI to use any ISO to install XCP-ng. Tested and working.
https://www.scaleway.com/en/dedibox/ (opens new window)
Same as Scaleway, however their IPMI are a bit "weird". You can ask support to plug an USB key for OS install and use the IPMI to continue the installation.