What is it?
A section on Warren platform for handling creation and management of network-related resources
A virtual private cloud (VPC) is a private network interface for collections of your resources. VPC network is available at no additional cost. This provides a certain level of isolation between the different resources. At the moment, each user can create up to 10 VPC pools.
A Floating IP is an IP address that can be instantly moved from one VM to another VM in the same VPC network. This also enables quick response for failovers when some system components malfunction, lifting reliability of the whole system. Floating IP addresses allocated to resources are not priced in particular. There is no limit for end-user to create unallocated floating IP addresses, but each of them is separately priced.