Windows and Linux severs running on a highly available secure VMware vCloud Director Cloud infrastructure backed by vSphere Virtual Center, with guaranteed resource.
We utilise a simple intuitive portal interface that gives you the most control over your servers as if you were phyiscally sitting infront of them.
VMhosts is a technology focused company with business sense. We know how important your company is, and that you need a hosting partner that can be relied on to deliver which is why we have spent a considerable amount of time developing our own privately owned platform across multiple datacentres, providing a Cloud hosting infrastructure you can trust.
With our tech expertise, we constantly strive to improve our systems to provide you the best service possible.
Suitable for any number of servers, small and large, VMhosts Business Cloud Hosting gives your data, applications and servers the availability and scalability they need on a pay as you go subscription based payment model with no setup charges.
For better, for worse; can your current server vow to protect your assets?
With physical server environments comes the unavoidable risk of data loss. Traditional servers also tend to mean high running costs and only limited network flexibility. A switch to virtual hosting can increase IT manageability and could be a vital step to achieving your business’ full potential.
Cloud hosting uses a high-performing virtual environment to which existing data and applications can be easily transferred, stored and synergised. The concept of cloud is simple: bypass the risk of ever losing your business’ data and increase the efficiency of its IT infrastructure by upgrading to a secure remote environment. VMhosts’ Cloud hosting product enables you to save money by investing in the virtual, not the visual.
Our backup service quickly and efficiently backs up your data to the cloud on an agreed upon schedule, with flexible recovery points. WAN optimised backup agents minimise internet traffic working with short backup windows even on slower internet links.
Infinio’s smart, content-based cache inserts server RAM, SSDs, and PCIe and NVMe flash transparently into the existing I/O stream to accelerate storage, while retaining familiar arrays and architecture. Infinio’s cache dynamically populates servers-side media with the hottest data, reducing the storage requirement to a small fraction of the workload size.
All of the Accelerators in an Infinio cluster are managed together, and seamlessly support typical cluster-wide VMware operations, such as vMotion, HA, and DRS. Advanced reporting lets you see aggregate performance improvements, as well as drill down on individual VMs for performance analytics at one-minute intervals. Best of all, using Infinio doesn’t require you to make any changes to your environment. Your datastore configuration, snapshot and replication setup, backup scripts, and integration with VMware features like VAAI and vMotion all stay the same.
VMware vSphere Cloud Hypervisor is the industry leading virtualisation platform. VMware vSphere uses virtualisation as an enabling technology, providing high availability and scalability to Windows and Linux virtual servers.
We are proud to offer virtual servers running on the industry leading virtualisation platform. VMware vSphere Cloud Hypervisor provides a very high level of reliability, performance and industry wide support. Just as with private cloud solutions it is important to be aware and trust the Hypervisor technology your public cloud provider utilises.
The initial benefit of using VMware’s virtualisation technology was consolidation. Business could run many servers on a single hardware platform. This helped to reduce costs and improve efficiencies.
Later innovations provided high availability features such as Live Migrations of servers between hardware platforms using vMotion. HA provided automated failover between hardware platforms in the event of an unexpected hardware failure.
VMware vSphere ESXi is a purpose built operating system. Software and Drivers are specific to VMware which results in less downtime due to unexpected incompatibilities with third party software, applications and drivers.
VMware was founded in 1998, this has given them plenty of time to fine tune availability features and improve their efficient resource scheduling.
All of our VMware licensing is provided legally under the VSPP agreement VMware vSphere licensing. Although this increases our overheads we still remain very competitive, even against other cloud providers which use cheaper or even free alternatives.
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