The VMT Private Cloud is a virtual platform that gives you the flexibility to configure an infrastructure
that meets your needs. Whether it's a single virtual server running Linux or multiple virtual servers
running Windows and SQL Server, you have the configuration options you need.
Private Cloud attributes:
|Direct Connectivity||Secure, encrypted access to your Private Cloud environment.|
|Virtualized platform||Your Private Cloud will run on a virtualized platform providing excellent scalability and flexibility. Configure processor and memory requirements to your specific needs.|
|Failover redundancy||Your infrastructure will have full failover redundancy providing seamless application uptime.|
|Windows / Linux||You can configure your infrastructure using specific version levels of Windows or multiple brands of Linux.|
|Controlled access for enterprise applications||User access is secure and encrypted.|
|Data Backup||VMT provides complete data backup services with retention levels tailored to your needs.|
|Replication||As an option, your mission critical application(s) can be configured for replication to a separate data center.|
|On-premise infrastructure support||In addition to your hosted private cloud, VMT can remotely manage your on-premise systems as one integrated infrastructure.|
|SQL Server Database||VMT can provide the SQL Server database licenses.|
|Database Administration and Tuning||VMT offers database administration tuning services for SQL Server, Oracle, My SQL and DB2.|
How to build your Private Cloud
Configuring your servers
VMT gives you the flexibility and scalability to design the infrastructure that best meets your needs... whether its business applications, web services, data warehouse applications, collaboration applications, etc. We can help you configure the infrastructure components that best support your needs, from a single server to a group of servers.
Here's some of the information we will need to quote your Private Cloud environment. Please click on the link below to tell us what you need.
- Number of servers needed
- Operating System
- Processor requirements
- Number of processors needed
- Memory (RAM) requirements
- Storage requirements
- Do you require the SQL Server DBMS?