Networking and Content Delivery

Network suited for various workloads

Nobus understands the vital role played by networks in supporting various kind of workloads thus, we are keen to deliver the networking strenght required to run any workload in the cloud ensuring security, availability, manageability, performance, and wide coverage.


Nobus networking services offers great security features in the form of data encryption, resources isolation, and private connections.

High network availability

Nobus dispense a high network availability.

Wide coverage

Nobus network ensures extensive coverage over a private or public network for any application or workload several storage options including Instance Storage, Flexible Block Store (FBS), and Flexible Object storage (FOS) are available.


Nobus Data Center as a Service (DaaS)

Nobus Daas is an on-demand configurable pool of shared computing resources allocated within the nobus cloud allowing you to provision a logically isolated section of the Nobus Cloud.

You have complete control over your virtual networking environment, including:

  1. selection of your own IP address range,

  2. creation of subnets, and

  3. configuration of route tables and network gateways.

Nobus Virtual Private Network (VPN)

Securely gain entry to your networks and onsite IT infrastructure from any place. DaaS allows connection to public or private network infrastructure with an encrypted VPN (MPLS or Internet) connection. See Nobus Cloud VPN for more information.

Domains and DNS

Manage DNS for FCS Instance, Nobus Load Balancers, and non-Nobus resources all in the same place. See Domains and DNS docs for more information.

Flexible Load Balancer (FLB)

Load balance between applications by ensuring scalability, performance, and security. See Nobus FLB for more information.

Floating IPs

Nobus Floating IPs are publicly-accessible static IP address that you can assign to FCS Instance and instantly remap to other FCS Instance in the same datacenter. See Nobus Floating IPs for more information.

Security Groups

Security groups are sets of IP filter rules that are applied to an instance's networking. They are project specific and project members can edit the default rules for their group as well as add new rule sets. See Security Groups Rule and Reference for more information.