Ditch your servers but don't change hypervisors with VMware public cloud computing. Multi-tenant cloud infrastructure backed by round-the-clock customer support.
Multi-tenant, VMware public cloud computing from Green House Data allows you the freedom to innovate and deploy secure IaaS instances without the hassle of maintaining physical servers and network infrastructure. The result is a scalable and resilient public cloud hosting environment that responds rapidly to fast-changing business requirements and workloads.
Every public cloud service at Green House Data includes 24/7 Hear from a Human℠ support so you're not left waiting when you may need help.
Built-in security including vShield™ paired with industry-leading best practices & security applications
100% SLAs plus advanced firewalls & load balancing services
Fault tolerance, disaster recovery, & site recovery
24/7 access to techs with guaranteed response times
Carrier neutral with 10 - 100 Gbps Connectivity
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gBlock® Public Cloud services from Green House Data provide you with VMware virtual servers including vCPU, vRAM, and vStorage that can give you the same application performance and user experience you have in existing on-premise server infrastructure. You access your Virtual Data Center (VDC) via the public internet or through VPN and control it through an online portal.
The public cloud comes in two different flavors: Self-Service and Fully Managed, but you can also add à la carte managed services to your self-service cloud. Both are delivered with vCloud Director, complimentary monitoring tools, advanced firewalls, load balancing, and access to 27/7/365 customer support.
If you are one of many organizations that is already virtualized with VMware, you are one step closer to moving to a hosted multi-tenant cloud environment.
Each virtual machine in the public IaaS environment is assigned a vCPU that is delivered dynamically from the pool of available physical CPUs (1.9 Ghz Intel processors). A single customer VDC can support up to 64 vCPUs. It is possible to hot add or delete vCPUs without downtime.
vRAM is also delivered dynamically from an overall pool of public memory, with a maximum per VDC of 1 TB of vRAM. Memory is also dynamically scalable. Have different requirements? Let us know. We're flexible.
Cloud storage for virtual machines is tied to a datastore, which is hosted on our gBlock storage platform. gBlock is available in a variety of performance configurations. Your VDC can also be tied to file or object storage for specific applications. You can expand your storage as needed without downtime.
VDCs typically host a Guest Operating System or third party applications. Green House Data can pre-install your guest OS when requested and offers a variety of template machines ready to go. You are not required to use our licensing, but you'll want to ensure your OS is compatible with VMware. Compatible Guest Operating systems include:
Template VMs include Windows, Linux, and CentOS. These options are fully supported by our customer service team. Additional software support is included for Avamar, Veeam, Zerto, CA Nimsoft, Ubersmith, and Trend-Micro applications when they are in use.
Green House Data can also provide licensing for the following applications:
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Control your cloud without a middleman. Visibility and monitoring tools alongside vCloud Director enable your administration of VDC resources including:
APIs in vCloud Director are extensible platforms which allow users programmatic access to provisioning and management controls. Developers can write applications to manage virtualized resources in-house and then bridge to Green House Data cloud infrastructure. The API supports both upload and download, customization, and deployment of vApps.
In addition, the API provides support for developer-built clients using the representational state transfer application development style (RESTful). The API clients and vCloud Director servers communicate over HTTP.
Using the vCloud API, user input influences creative cloud management solutions. Examples of how Green House Data customers use the vCloud API:
VMware's vCloud Connector makes cloud IaaS easier to manage.
Easily and securely connect enterprise vSphere clouds with the gBlock public cloud using vCloud Connector and manage the resulting hybrid cloud environment via one single interface.
The VMware vCloud Connector facilitates the migration of virtual machines across various data centers and clouds, allowing users to view, conduct operations, and move resources between vSphere and vCloud Director in both public and private cloud environments.
vCloud Connector Features:
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|Pay as You Go||Allocation|
|Billing Cycle:||Hourly, billed monthly||Monthly|
|Contract Term:||No contract, cancel anytime||Annual contract terms apply|
|Dynamically Add Resources:||Add vCPU, RAM, and/or storage as needed via vCloud administration tools||Add vCPU, RAM, and/or storage as needed within contract limits.|
|Great For:||Test & Development, Disaster Recovery, Seasonal Spikes, QA||Email and Application Databases, Production Servers|