The Promise of the Cloud, Reimagined
How can we help drive your business?
- Increase Performance, Minimize Cost
Take advantage of the power of automated single tenant infrastructure.
- Programmable, Carrier Grade Network
Reach your global audience with advanced features like BGP, Anycast, Backend Transfer, and BYO IP.
- Leading DevOps Integrations
1st class providers for Terraform, Ansible, Kubernetes (CSI & CCM) & more.
- An Ideal Substrate for Hybrid Cloud
From VMware to Google Anthos, Packet metal is friendly to all workloads.
- The Security of Single Tenancy
Control your cloud security story with single tenancy on our programmable platform.
- Cloud, Edge, & On-Prem
Get the benefits of hyperscaler-style infrastructure, anywhere
No Need to Take Our Word For It
We love nothing more than helping to make our clients successful.
"Being able to manage everything through the command line makes Packet bare metal feel like cloud software. It's really cool that they can spin up a physical machine in minutes. It's like a breath of fresh air."
"Within a matter of weeks, Packet had built the location. About an hour after they had announced that they’d got it up and running, we rolled out our stack and were serving live traffic. This happened to be a Friday night. Monday, we were in Barcelona, doing live demos at the Mobile World Congress."
"We’re building really large Cassandra and Kubernetes clusters so we need tremendous storage and memory capabilities. The heavier the workload, the more Packet shines."
"Packet has this unique ability to deploy customizable hardware and yet provide it to us with full automation—it literally feels like we are consuming virtual machines, not dedicated servers."
"Because Packet is giving us the actual bare metal machines, we still have that first layer of virtualization extensions that we can use to isolate our guest machines from one another. None of the other cloud providers provide that."
"Packet has faster default hardware available, but we also worked with Packet’s team to do custom hardware configurations for our database servers. We went from needing to imminently add database servers on our old provider, to having a lot of excess capacity at Packet."