Just as a physical data building would house numerous racks containing servers, a virtual data centre is a virtual location that houses numerous virtual servers. It offers a pool of virtualized resources, which are then availableto your organization. This means instead of one virtual operating system, you have an entire virtual environment that contains many virtual servers.
A VDC is designed to meet the needs of enterprise-level organizations. It is essentially a management environment. Leverage it for all it’s worth, and your IT team can do just about anything within a secure, scalable, stunningly flexible environment.
A VDC also serves as a source of backup and replication. Depending on the cloud provider, some VDCs enable you to customize your virtual servers so they match exactly what you need.
The primary benefit for businesses is financial – it’s an opportunity to save on IT costs by only paying for what you use, as well as already being set up to scale when your organization demands growth and greater functionality.
Broad network access – Capabilities are available over the network and accessed through standard mechanisms that promote use by heterogeneous thin-client or thick-client platforms.
Rapid elasticity – Capabilities can be provisioned to scale out quickly and to be released rapidly, in some cases, automatically. Rapid elasticity enables resources to both scale out and scale in quickly. To the consumer, the capabilities available for provisioning often appear to be unlimited and can be purchased in any quantity at any time.
Measured service – Cloud systems automatically control and optimize resource usage by leveraging a metering capability at a level of abstraction appropriate to the type of service. Resource usage can be monitored, controlled, and reported, providing transparency for both ITA and the consumer of the utilized service.
On-demand self-service – A consumer can unilaterally automatically provision computing capabilities as needed without requiring human interaction with the service’s provider.
Resource pooling – The computing resources are pooled to serve multiple consumers, using a multi-tenant model with different physical and virtual resources dynamically assigned and reassigned according to consumer demand. A sense of location independence results because the subscriber generally has no knowledge of or control over the exact location of the provided resources, but the subscriber might be able to specify location at a higher level of abstraction.
Business continuity and disaster recovery
The need to protect existing business services, processes, and applications in the event of a disaster.
Protect virtualized infrastructure and applications Allow continuity of business processes in event of a disaster.
Loss of business capability in the event of a disaster. Lack of compliance with disaster recovery mandates.
Increase business capacity and scale rapidly
The business is unable to scale up its operation because IT cannot scale up capacity rapidly to support the business.
Give consumers access to scale capacity on-demand. Enable IT to scale up, down, in, or out to support business demand. Scale to off-premises capacity.
Lost revenue due to lack of capacity. Lost customers from underperforming business services.
Rapid provisioning of dev/test services.
The business cannot develop new products and services rapidly because IT takes too long to provision the dev/ test infrastructure.
Provide self-service IT infrastructure services provisioning for developers and test users. Reduce time-to-market for products and services.
Products and services are late to market, resulting in loss of customers and market share.
Security and compliance assurance.
Concern about putting crucial financial applications and data on public cloud services
Provide compliance controls and transparency for the service. Provide network isolation for applications that must be isolated.
Security and compliance breach.
Business market launch
The business has insufficient resources and capacity to respond rapidly to marketplace needs, including seasonal events
Provide rapid service provisioning to support product and service launch. Give consumers access to a catalog of IT infrastructure services that they can rapidly provision and use.
Products and services are late to market, resulting in loss of customers and market share. Lost opportunity cost.
Data Center Tier II, high level National Scheme.
We bet on the hybrid cloud. Maximum interoperability with other clouds that are VMware Cloud Verified.
Upgrade vSphere obsolete
Easily update your version of vSphere while you get on the cloud.
Consume turnkey cloud services, including the full VMware Software-Defined Data Center, as a service from a trusted VMware Cloud Provider.
Thanks to our NetApp HCI all-flash platform, with the best storage platform on the market
Manage your private cloud in an integrated way from a single tool, integrating your on-premise solutions with those hosted at ITA.
Simple migration to the cloud
Different options for migrating your servers to the cloud, including hot migration and no IP change thanks to NSX technologies.
Easy Workload Migration Across Virtual Data Centers
Backup, evacuate, or replicate VMs or entire Data Centers in a few clicks to a resilient vCD-powered cloud
Transparent and uncomplicated.
Multiples use cases
DRP, vSphere upgrades, Data Centers migration, Virtual servers, Virtual data Centers / Software Defined Data Center, VDI…
Choose between Snapshots and Veeam.
Reduce Financial Uncertainty
Predictable cost model to know exactly what you’re paying. You also eliminate the need to invest in new hardware, so you never risk issues with physical space, power, and skillsets.
Data Center consolidation
Storage & Backups
Multiple Backup Repositories
Network and Security
NSX Data Center API
Multi-Cloud Networking and Security
Container Networking and Security
Elastic Virtual Data Centers
Operational Visibility and Insights
Data Center Extension and Cloud Migration