A collection of 6 posts
Selecting the Right Machine Type for the Right Job
RONIN and cloud computing represent a different way of thinking. Choosing a machine type means understanding how different selections for CPU, memory, storage, and other characteristics will affect the time to do your work. This blog post will provide some guidelines for choosing wisely.
Everything You Never Needed to Know About Drives, File Systems and Storage
When you build a computer, it needs storage. When you build a computer on the cloud, you try to get by with the smallest disk drives (or volumes) you can to fit the software and data that you have, so that you can avoid paying for disk space you don't need.
Your Project Storage Summary
We think it's a good idea to have a summary of all your project's storage volumes accessible with quick actions and the ability to create blank storage volumes, and volumes from snapshots on one easy to access page. We also suggest you become familiar with how storage is managed via
Managing Storage Drives in RONIN
A storage volume is a durable, block-level storage device that you can attach to a single machine. You can use storage volumes as primary storage for data of any sort, it can be a root volume for an operating system, or data that requires frequent updates, or for throughput-intensive applications.