Service Description

Dedicated Server

Version 2024.01.01

A Dedicated Server provides computing server resources of a specified configuration, enabling users to manage these resources and install the software. GleSYS provides an uninterrupted power supply to the equipment, cooling, service management capabilities, and Internet connection as part of the service. Read more

Features at a glance:

  • Use of computing resources of a specified configuration
  • Internet connection with a bandwidth- or traffic-based billing model
  • Public IPv4 address
  • IPv6 address upon request
  • Remote server management via KVM/IPMI console
  • Technical support during office hours
  • Operating System install (Debian/Ubuntu/AlmaLinux/Microsoft Windows)
  • Hardware RAID available


The product is present in the following locations:

  • dc-fbg1 (our DC in Falkenberg, Sweden)
  • dc-sto1 (our DC in Stockholm, Sweden)
  • dc-oul1 (our DC in Oulu, Finland)

GleSYS provides connectivity between the data centers using redundant high-performance communication channels.

Server Types

There are two types of dedicated servers:

  • Custom servers
  • Instant delivery servers

Custom Servers

We offer custom server assembly based on your specific requirements. You can choose from a vast range of configurations depending on the availability of hardware components.

Instant Delivery Servers

Rent a dedicated server with only a one-month contract.

Our instant delivery servers are pre-assembled and ready to deploy quickly. They are perfect for predictable workloads and quick deployment. However, they cannot be customized or upgraded.


Initial setup, including installation of the operating system. GleSYS
Core infrastructure – the dedicated server hardware according to agreement. GleSYS
Supporting infrastructure – physical security, internet connection, cooling and uninterruptible power sources (UPS). GleSYS
Replacement of failed components and entire servers. GleSYS
Server-related tasks, including operating system updates, security patches, and backups. Customer
Monitoring and reporting hardware failures. Customer
Monitoring and managing RAID status. Customer