Your data is hosted on an enterprise class, fault-tolerant Storage Area Network (SAN), build with enterprise grade SATA and SDD storage.
A cost-effective service uptime protection, caused by a hardware or an Operating System (OS) failure. In case of an outage, the Failover function restarts the Cloud Server on a different host part of the HCE Cloud infrastructure. The operations resume automatically.
A 100% uptime for your Public Cloud server. It ensures zero downtime and prevent data loss.
Our Public Clouds are high performance VMs. They reside on a Cloud infrastructure automated with VMware ESXi and ProxMox. All data is hosted on Fault-Tolerant storage area network optimized optimized for demanding high-throughput applications.
Our clients scale up/down computing resources such as CPU and RAM anytime they need them.
Your data is hosted on a Storage Area Network (SAN) with built-in protection that safeguards the information under any circumstances, without performance impact.
The storage appliances feature redundancy on all data protection components, which adds High Availability to all storage services.
All SAN appliances are a backward-compatible. We keep data snapshots, which allow us to go back and to restore data set as it was 24 hours prior any incident or a loss of information, result of mismanagement or a client side human mistake.
You'll be surprised by the performance of our enterprise SATA Storage
Our enterprise SATA HDD based Storage Area Network is not just Fault-Tolerant. It offers and excellent I/O. It is so good that you might never need to use an SSD-based storage!
However, if you need enterprise-grade SSD storage service, it is available at very reasonable cost per GB.
Finally, you can always assign different storage services to your applications. Some of your data can reside on a SATA virtual storage drives, while others could use our enterprise SSD service. It is your decision!
Even our standard Private Clouds feature increased availability!
However, if you need a to use a Private Cloud with a native Failover and to reduce any possible application or a service downtime, you should consider the Failover Cloud service. It cost-effective protection against any outage caused by a hardware or an Operating System (OS) failure. How does it work?
In case of an outage, the Failover function restarts the Cloud Server on a different host part of the HCE Cloud infrastructure. The operations resume automatically.
Have you ever calculated the reliability impact on your business development? Application downtime and interruption of workloads and services are very costly. They result into a direct loss of money and usually damage the reputation of any business.
Well, we are happy to provision Business Continuity Private Clouds to your organization? Unlike the Failover Cloud (Increased Availability), which reduces any service outage, the Business Continuity function provides continuous availability for applications in an event of cloud server failure. How does it work?
It support a fully-mirrored Private Cloud instance for failover. It is synchronized and always up-to-date with the primary one. In an event of a OS, application or services outage, the Business Continuity function automatically switched operations to the failover Cloud serve instance, ensuring zero downtime and preventing data loss.
Review our questions and answers created to give you detailed information about the nature of the Public Cloud and the benefits for you organization of using it.
Public Clouds (also called Cloud Servers) offer much better performance compared to the standard VPS, which work on stand-alone servers. Cloud Servers are hosted on a virtualized compute clusters in which the processing operations are physically separated from the storage ones. HCE Public Clouds are powered by VMware ESXi enterprise virtualization platform and Proxmox and are naturally scalable. Our clients get CPU and RAM resources on demand, when they need them.
Unlike Cloud Infrastructures, the bare-metal, stand-alone servers have physical limits and are non-expandable.