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Creating A CloudSigma Account To Build OpenBSD Servers

nabbisen profile image Heddi Nabbisen ・2 min read

CloudSigma OpenBSD (2 Part Series)

1) Creating A CloudSigma Account To Build OpenBSD Servers 2) OpenBSD on CloudSigma - Easy Installation with Wizard Menu

CloudSigma, An IaaS Company, Supporting OpenBSD

If you want to have OpenBSD servers in the cloud network, CloudSigma must be a good option.

CloudSigma is an infrastructure as a service, aka IaaS, company.
According to one of their posts:

If you didn’t already know it, we’re one of the few cloud providers in the world that allows you to run unmodified FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD (including derivatives, such as pfSense).

Besides, their pricing is here, which is followed by "Custom Cloud Infrastructure Calculator".
You can see more of their features here.

How To Create An Account

In order to start to use CloudSigma service, we need to create an account first of all.

Visit: https://gva.cloudsigma.com/

sign-in page


Notes #1: Supported Languages

languages

Notes #2: Regions

regions


"Create your Account Now. Sign Up"
Use this form at the center/bottom in the page:

sign-in form

Important: remember to choose a region. ("Geneva, Switzerland", the default set, matches your need?)

filled form

You'll have to give payment verification to complete signing up.
You'll be asked 3 photos:

  • Your identification card
  • Your bank/credit card showing just the last 4 digits
  • Selfie with your bank/credit card in your hand

Here they say "bank transfer, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Paypal" are acceptable.


Notes #3: If You Have Any Trouble

live support 24/7

I have been helped by "Live Support 24/7" for many times!
I greatly appreciate their support which is always quick and kind.


I wish your pleasure of computing :)

CloudSigma OpenBSD (2 Part Series)

1) Creating A CloudSigma Account To Build OpenBSD Servers 2) OpenBSD on CloudSigma - Easy Installation with Wizard Menu

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Heddi Nabbisen

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An ICT designer/developer and a security monk. "With a cool brain and a warm heart", I am challenging unsolved problems in our society. I use OpenBSD/Rust/etc.

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