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VIRTUAL SERVER SPECIFICATIONS
|Cores per CPU||10||10||10||14|
*This configuration is for high-performance SAP HANA TDI blades.
Adjust your cloud solution by adding or removing data disks at any time – from a minimum of 250GB to a maximum of 8TB in size.
You can also increase or reduce the size of a data disk. They can also be removed.
We allocate public IP addresses to virtual servers in your public network. Depending on the public networking options chosen, IP addresses are either allocated individually to virtual servers or as blocks of IP addresses in the cases of dedicated public subnets.
Your options are:
- Shared public network
- Dedicated public subnets
- Public NAT gateway
You'll assign your own private IP addresses for the virtual servers connected to your private network. Both public and private IP addresses are static.
Backs up the huge amounts of critical data fast, offering safe and secure storage and rapid recovery. Managed Backup uses the latest Avamar storage technology backed by end-to-end service delivery from EMC.
See the Managed Backup page on our website.
AFFINITY AND ANTI-AFFINITY RULES
You can control the placement of virtual machines on blades (hosts) within a cluster by using affinity or anti-affinity rules.
There are two types of affinity rules.
- VM-Blade (aka VM-Host) affinity rules are used to specify affinity or anti-affinity between one or more virtual machines and blades (hosts).
- VM-VM affinity rules are used to specify affinity or anti-affinity between two or more virtual machines.
Learn more about affinity rules at VMware.
Our Cloud Infrastructure is fully redundant. We help protect you from a single point of failure for all the features in our architecture.
We also perform regular penetration testing of our platform using a third party.
Our Cloud Infrastructure is also monitored by an assurance tool that sends alerts to our support team if something goes wrong.
Our virtual servers are backed by the following service level agreements to help acheive maximum availability and performance.
|Service support coverage hours||24/7|
Measured on a yearly basis.
|99.9% of the service year|
|Recovery point objective
The maximum rollback point in time to which your data is restored.
|Recovery time objective
The time taken to restore or reconfigure your equipment and commence the uploading of data to the target systems during the restoration process.