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Private Hyperconverged Infrastructure

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Dedicated Private Cloud

Custom Built Cloud

Deliver high scalability and performance with hyperconverged infrastructure that simplifies management, and keeps costs low.

You pay for the hardware monthly and can deploy as many VM’s as you need.

built-in multi-tenant support along with accounting and billing system integration.

Example Cluster Hardware

Each Cluster Custom Built
$ 900
00
Monthly
  • 3 Nodes - 48 Cores
  • 384GB Ram
  • 15TB of Enterprise SSDs
  • 10GB Network and IP's

Example Cluster Hardware

Each Cluster Custom Built
$ 1500
00
Monthly
  • 5 Nodes - 80 Cores
  • 640GB Ram
  • 25TB of Enterprise SSDs
  • 10GB Network and IP's
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Compute

Compute Cluster

  • High Availability with Automatic Failover
  • High Performance KVM Virtualization
  • Multiple Hardware Tiers
  • Reliable Enterprise Hardware
  • OpenStack Back-end with extensive API
  • Power by Virtuozzo Hybrid Infrastructure
Back of Servers

Network

Network Overview

  • Bonded 10Gb Connections
  • Redundant Switches
  • Jumbo frames for private VXLAN Networks
  • Reliable Enterprise Hardware
  • Ip’s and Bandwidth included in cluster cost
Dell EMC SAN

Storage as a Service

Enterprise SSD Clustered Storage

  • High Availability with Automatic Failover
  • High Performance KVM Virtualization
  • Multiple Hardware Tiers
  • Reliable Enterprise Hardware
  • OpenStack Back-end with extensive API
  • Power by Virtuozzo Hybrid Infrastructure

Want to Learn More?

A private cloud is a cluster of dedicated bare-metal servers that are installed with our cloud management software. The entire cluster is dedicated solely to you as a customer.

We currently only offer private clouds using Virtuozzo Hybrid Infrastructure.

We can provide you with Virtuozzo Hybrid Infrastructure licenses as part of the service or you can bring your own licensing and only pay for the hardware.

We currently use an OpenStack-based cluster using KVM. KVM (for Kernel-based Virtual Machine) is a full virtualization solution for Linux on x86 hardware containing virtualization extensions (Intel VT or AMD-V).

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