Calculate your TCO

How much does your on-prem solution really cost you?

Calculating the cost of any proposed solution involves more than simply adding up the initial investments. When comparing on-prem to the monthly cost of a cloud IaaS, you need to calculate the total cost of ownership (TCO).


Is moving to the cloud worth it?

Calculate the TCO of your infrastructure


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    Key points:

    • TCO includes the ongoing cost to run, maintain, and upgrade the proposed solution.
    • Operational expenses include hardware and software support costs, IT staff’s salaries, and maintenance services.
    • A move to the cloud cuts these costs, while enabling agility, scalability, and time-to-market benefits. 
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    Is moving to the private cloud worth the hurdles?

    Many organisations are moving to a cloud infrastructure with hopes to improve efficiency, increase agility and reduce costs. Primarily, they want to avoid the investments and headaches associated with installing hardware and software at their own datacentres. But the upfront investment is just one piece of the puzzle...

    About OVHcloud

    Our aim is to provide an open cloud that is reversible and interoperable. This belief empowers our 1.6M customers across 140 countries, as we continue to build on our global footprint of 33 datacentres with the latest generation of private, public and web cloud services.

    We have developed an integrated and sustainable business model where we design cutting edge technology to assemble our water-cooled servers that are housed in our purpose-built datacentres. This value chain enables us to offer the best market prices when comparing like for like performance. Plus, our transparent price book means that our customers can predict their costs and won’t get bill surprises!

    Our 32 Tbps fibre-optic global network across 38 points of presence with real-time monitoring and anti-DDoS is optimised for stability, redundancy and availability keeps our customers businesses operating efficiently and safely. It was this network that repelled one of the largest DDoS attacks ever recorded.


    70 Tbps
    of global network capacity

    33 datacenters
    present on 4 continents

    44 redundant PoPs
    around the world