Control and autonomy
The Virtual Private Cloud solution differs from the Public Cloud (Server Pro) service in that you can purchase part of our infrastructure specifying all the values of your resources, and manage them using the VMware Cloud Director software.
The Virtual Private Cloud virtualization infrastructure is based on VMware Cloud Director and on VMware vSphere. VMware Cloud Director is integrated with the network virtualization platform for the Software-Defined Data Center VMware NSX.
Provisioning and managing your own Virtual Private Cloud infrastructure is just as simple and fast with VMware Cloud Director, which lets you adapt the infrastructure to the speed of your business.
With VMware Cloud Director you will be able to manage your Virtual Private Cloud infrastructure in minutes, as though it were your very own virtual data center.
VMware Cloud Director applies all the principles of pooling, abstraction and automation, offering you comprehensive management of your Virtual Private Cloud resources.
VMware Cloud Director lets you improve efficiency by calibrating every single resource for each virtual server, optimizing the costs of your IT infrastructure.
With VMware Cloud Director you can create and manage dedicated or shared private or public networks. You can also manage multiple network levels, such as, create DMZs.
VMware Cloud Director lets you create VMware Data Center Extensions and interface your Virtual Private Cloud with private or public infrastructures.
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1 Minimum RAM/vCPU: 1.5/1.
2 "Changing computational resources" not available for Cloud Server Smart.
3 Replication on secondary data centers only applies for Virtual Private Cloud on data center IT1 and IT3.
4Only available as an option at Data Center IT3.
Lots of preconfigured templates available, including:
Minimum first top-up of €10
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