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Virtual Machine

Virtual Machine

A virtual machine, known as a guest, is created within a computing environment and can be provisioned with a Microsoft or Linux OS.

vRAM

vRAM

Virtual RAM can be added, increased or decreased on VM’s. You can set most of the memory parameters during virtual machine creation or after the OS is installed.

vCore

vCore

Add Processing Power to any server, and scale instantly, up or down as required

Microsoft Windows Server

Microsoft Windows Server

Microsoft SQL Server – Web

Microsoft SQL Server – Web

Microsoft SQL Server – Standard

Microsoft SQL Server – Standard

Microsoft SQL Server – Enterprise

Microsoft SQL Server – Enterprise

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Enterprise Linux

RHEL

Centos

Centos

Storage: Easy Tier

Storage: Easy Tier

Automatically and non-disruptively assigns the fastest disk type (SSD) to frequently accessed (hot) data, and cascades less frequently accessed (warm/cold) data down to other disk tiers. This ensures the fastest user experience for accessing data, at the best price point.

Storage: Tier 1

Storage: Tier 1

Storage on 15000 RPM disk. The fastest disk storage available. Ideal for critical applications with high volume data usage and databases.

Storage: Tier 2

Storage: Tier 2

Storage on 10000 RPM disk. Suitable for warm data that may be required on a day to day basis

Storage Archive

Storage Archive

Storage on 7500 HDD disks, ideally suited to archive, backup and non-production data.

Bandwidth

Bandwidth

Data transferred out of the Strencom Virtual Data Centres

High Availability

High Availability

High availability ensures an active NSX Edge on the network in case the primary NSX Edge virtual machine is unavailable

Load Balancing

Load Balancing

Simple and dynamically configurable virtual IP addresses and server groups

DHCP

DHCP

Configuration of IP pools, gateways, DNS servers, and search domains

NAT

NAT

Separate controls for Source and Destination IP addresses, as well as port translation

Public IP Address

Public IP Address

A public facing internet IP address allocated from the Strencom AS and multi-homed across providers: Level 3, Cogent, CenturyLink, INEX, CNIX.

IPV6 IP Address

IPV6 IP Address

IPv6 public facing internet IP addresses are available to be configured in the Strencom Software Defined Data Centre. As with IPv4 address space, they are multi-homed.

Distributed Firewall

Distributed Firewall

Distributed firewall provides micro-segmentation of east-west traffic in your virtual data centre and provides security, visibility and control for your workloads and networks.

Edge Firewall

Edge Firewall

Edge Firewall monitors the North-South traffic to provide perimeter security functionality including firewall, NAT, and site-to-site IPSec and SSL VPN. Can be configured in High Availability mode.

IPSec VPN Gateway

IPSec VPN Gateway

NSX Edge supports site-to-site IPSec VPN between an NSX Edge and remote sites. Certificate authentication, preshared key mode, and IP unicast traffic are all supported.

SSL VPN Gateway

SSL VPN Gateway

SSL VPN Gateway enables remote users to connect securely to private networks behind the vCloud NSX Edge gateway

L2 VPN Gateway

L2 VPN Gateway

With L2 VPN, you can stretch multiple networks across multiple sites. VM’s remain on the same subnet when they are moved between sites and their IP addresses do not change.

Static Routing

Static Routing

Static routes can be added for a destination subnet or host, using the Software Defined Networking (SDN) capability within the Software Defined Data Centre.

OSPF Routing

OSPF Routing

OSPF routing provides dynamic traffic load balancing between equal routes. An OSPF network is divided into routing areas to optimize traffic flow and limit routing tables.

BGP Routing

BGP Routing

Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) makes core routing decisions. It includes a table of IP networks or prefixes, which designate network reachability among multiple AS’s.

NSX Edge Gateway

NSX Edge Gateway

A Virtual Data Centre requires at least one Edge Gateway to enable internal and external routing. There are 4 different size gateways based on your performance requirements.

NSX Edge Gateway: Compact

NSX Edge Gateway: Compact

vCPU: 1 – Memory: 256MB – Disk: 320MB - Firewall Performance: 3Gbps – Concurrent Sessions: 64,000 – IPSec Throughput: 0.9Gbps

NSX Edge Gateway: Large

NSX Edge Gateway: Large

vCPU: 2 – Memory: 1Gb – Disk: 320MB - Firewall Performance: 9.7Gbps – Concurrent Sessions: 1,000,000 – IPSec Throughput: 2Gbps

NSX Edge Gateway: Quad-Large

NSX Edge Gateway: Quad-Large

High Throughput ECMP or High Performance Firewall

NSX Edge Gateway: X-Large

NSX Edge Gateway: X-Large

vCPU: 2 – Memory: 8Gb – Disk: 4.4GB Firewall Performance: 3Gbps – Concurrent Sessions: 64,000 – IPSec Throughput: 0.9Gbps

Secure Connect Port

Secure Connect Port

Dedicated private network connection from your premises to your VDC, delivered over fibre (port charge is included – fibre connection quote on an individual basis, and can be supplied by Strencom

Point N’Click DR

Point N’Click DR

Point N’Click DR (aka vCloud Availability) is a Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) solution that provides simple and secure replication and failover for VM’s and their workloads.

Managed Backup

Managed Backup

API Management

API Management

vCloud Director is a REST API and is a powerful and easy to use solution for getting information about organizations, VDCs, networking, vApps and everything else. It can be used to automate all aspects of vCloud Director.

Managed ICT

Managed ICT

Break/fix support, patch management, AV, and cloud resources monitoring for your host operating systems, such as Microsoft Windows Server. 12 virtual servers or more are required to provide this service.

Cloud On-Boarding

Cloud On-Boarding

A VMware certified cloud engineer from Strencom or one of our Partners will spend 3 days helping you with on-boarding your servers to get the best outcome from your investment in your Strencom Software Defined Data Centre.

Standard Support

Standard Support

Level 1 and 2 cloud engineer with VCP certification or above, 3+ years’ experience, recommended for non-critical workloads or where inhouse expertise is available to support and manage your SDDC deployment.

Enhanced Support

Enhanced Support

Level 2 cloud engineer with VCAP certification or above, 5+ years’ experience, recommended for production workloads or where inhouse expertise is available to support and manage your SDDC deployment.

Enterprise Support

Enterprise Support

Level 1 and 2 cloud engineer with VCP certification or above, recommended for business and mission critical workloads or where inhouse expertise is available to support and manage your SDDC deployment.

Enterprise Plus Support

Enterprise Plus Support

Customized support option where one of the other options does not deliver on all the requirements of support.

Storage: Tier 0

Storage: Tier 0

Storage on flash (SSD) drives. The fastest and most reliable disk storage available. Ideal for critical applications with high volume data usage and databases.

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