Scaleway Feature Improvements: Custom Kernel, Security Group Live Reload, ImageHub, Packer

Today, we’re excited to announce major updates on the Scaleway platform. Over the last few months, we've consistently run out of stock on almost all Scaleway server types. This is, of course, a problem. We apologise for any issues this may have caused and are currently working on a solution to the surge in…

A look from behind the Open Source Bios

This is a followup post of Open Source Bios at Scale so you might want to read it first as this post will get more into details. As explained in the previous post our BIOS is build with three main components: coreboot, Intel FSP and TianoCore. We will describe here how those three parts are…

Renaming & New Dedibox Offers

Time flies! Our Dedibox dedicated servers haven't been updated in nearly a year, so we're taking advantage of the spring season to revamp our catalogue and breath some fresh air into our offers. We've renamed everything and even given a few of our servers a makeover. Clearer Product Names It was brought to our attention…

Nouveaux noms & nouvelles offres chez Dedibox

Le temps file et nos serveurs dédiés Dedibox n’ont maintenant plus évolué depuis près d’un an. Nous profitons donc du printemps naissant pour dépoussiérer notre catalogue et corriger ça. Bilan : toutes les offres sont renommées et plusieurs évoluent. Des noms de produits plus clairs Comprendre le nom de nos produits et leur…

Open Source Bios at Scale

At Scaleway we started to design our servers with the ARM C1. Later we switched to a x86 architecture to provide the C2 and Dedibox SC2016. In both ARM and x86, a BIOS is required to start the server. BIOS software got many legacy and backward compatible software to ensure a reliable behavior accross many…