ENTERPRISE LEVEL PRIVATE CLOUD
Private cloud is a private, isolated inside of a cloud platform. A private cloud can have its own virtual network topology that resembles a traditional physical network. You can launch VMs in the virtual network that can have private addresses in the range of your choice, for example: 192.168.2.0/24. You can define network tiers within your private cloud network range, which in turn enables you to group similar kinds of instances based on IP address range.
Each private cloud package includes:
Root Access: Private cloud provide full root level access so you have complete control.
Persistent Storage: Private Cloud servers store their data on our high performance mirrored ZFS SAN. This storage is persistent and, when it is a data-disk, can easily be moved between servers.
High Availability: Private Cloud servers are built on a fully redundant high availability architecture.
Guaranteed CPU:Private Cloud servers are provided with a guaranteed share of the CPU.
Remote Console: Private Cloud servers can be accessed via a graphical remote console.
Control Center: Private Cloud servers can be managed via our easy to use web interface.
Secure Private Network: Multiple servers communicate via your secure private network.
Operating Systems: With a Private Cloud you can virtually install almost any operating system Linux | Unix and Microsoft Server’s
Bring your own Operating System
You can also easily upload your own ISO image into the private cloud infrastructure. This enables you to create new operating system templates to suit your own requirements, such as building a standardized server according to your company specifications. You can also import existing operating system templates in industry standard formats including ISO, VHD & OVF.
|DEDICATED CLOUD||VMWARE VSPHERE||WINDOWS HYPER-V||CITRYX XEN SERVER|
|Guest operating system support||Windows and Linux (KVM)||(OpenVZ supports Linux only)||Windows, Linux, UNIX||Modern Windows OS, Linux support is limited||Most Windows OS, Linux support is limited|
|OpenVZ container (known as OS Virtualization)||Yes||No||No||No|
|Single-view for Mangagement (centralized control)||Yes||Yes, but requires dedicated management server (or VM)||Yes, but requires dedicated management server (or VM)||Yes|
|High Availability||Yes||Yes||Requires Microsoft Failover clustering, limited guest OS support||Yes|
|Live VM snapshots: Backup a running VM||Yes||Yes||Limited||Yes|
|Max. RAM and CPU per Host||160 CPU/2 TB Ram||160 CPU/2 TB Ram||64 CPU/1 TB Ram||?|
|NEED TO PURCHASE VIRTUALIZATION SOFTWARE LICENSES||No||Yes||Yes||Yes|