Route traffic from your cloud application via a Static IP allowing you to go through firewalls and access IP whitelisted services.
Route your outbound traffic through a load balanced pair of static IP addresses via a proxy provided by Statica. This allows you to integrate with third parties that require a known IP for whitelisting or open your own firewall to allow secure traffic through.
All plans provide a load balanced pair of IP addresses so if one IP fails traffic will automatically route through the second IP.
Instant provisioning and the choice of using Statica’s HTTP or SOCKS5 proxies. Most languages require only a few lines of config code to start routing through your static IPs. Get up and running with their sample code in minutes.
Here’s Statica’s Ruby integration in one line:
RestClient.proxy = ENV["STATICA_URL"]
Follow quick start guides for PHP, Node.js, Python, .NET and Java and start testing within minutes.
Track your requests and usage in real time via Statica’s dashboard. Statica retains 12 months of data so you can monitor trends in your usage and plan accordingly. Their log aggregator allows you to view your HTTP requests in real time as if you were tailing the log directly.
Statica’s SOCKS proxy is perfect for routing your database traffic via a Static IP, allowing you to open your own firewall to only genuine traffic from your cloud app. Used in production for MySQL and Postgres access by hundreds of clients.
Use Statica’s SOCKS wrapper script to route all your database traffic via a Static IP without changing your application code.
Native library extensions are available for some languages including Node.js and Java.
You will need to visit the vendors website at https://www.statica.io/pricing and sign up for their service.
You can also visit the documentation link below to view the specifics of how their service integrates with OpenShift Online.