Cloud Servers - OmniNet Ltd

By: Omninet  05-Apr-2012
Keywords: Web Hosting, Antispam

Cloud Servers are based on the Iaas (Infrastructure as a Service) model.

This means you select the amount of resources you require for your server or servers and deploy your server.
You don't have to pay great upfront costs for Hardware.  You just pay for what you use.

The capacity is elastic and can grow and shrink as you need it to.

Benefits of Cloud Servers

  • Deploy 1 - 50 servers in minutes
  • Scale servers on demand
  • Only pay for what you use
  • No long term contracts
  • 24 x 7 support
  • Self healing in case of hardware failure
  • Fully customisable and you have full access to them

Steps to Deploy a Server

  1. Select the CPU, RAM and Hard Drive requirements for your server
  2. Select your desired Operating System (Windows, Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, FreeBSD, etc)
  3. Your server is powered up and ready for use

We can provide advanced services for your cloud including:

  • Managed Firewall
  • Managed VPN connectivity
  • Private Networks
  • Backups
  • Server Management and Monitoring

Our Cloud Servers are based on VMWare vSphere which is the most widely deployed enterprise virtualisation suite.  It is a very stable and feature rich solution.

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