Private cloud

We offer two types of private cloud:

  1. Managed OpenStack installation on dedicated hardware
  2. A pool of dedicated compute nodes within our public cloud

Managed OpenStack installation is highly customizable. You'll use OpenStack API and Horizon dashboard to control your cloud.

A pool of dedicated compute nodes within our public cloud is slightly less flexible but is set up much faster. You'll be able to manage your dedicated resources through our customer portal or OpenStack API as if they were in the public cloud.

  • Self-service & automation

    Self-service & automationSelf-service & automation

    Depending on the type of cloud you choose, you'll be using OpenStack API, Horizon dashboard, and our own customer portal to manage your resources and control the cloud.

  • Performance

    PerformancePerformance

    As physical hardware is dedicated to your private cloud, you know exact measurements, e.g., processors, physical cores and clock speed.

  • Security

    SecuritySecurity

    Dedicated servers and physically isolated network provide enterprise-level security.

Total resources:

vCPU amount:
RAM
SSD storage (Tb):

This allows you to increase amount of instances running on your cloud at the cost of reducing the performance of the instances.

If you don't choose this option, default overcommiting ratio will be 1:1

Total resources:

vCPU amount:
RAM
SSD storage (Tb):

This allows you to increase amount of instances running on your cloud at the cost of reducing the performance of the instances.

If you don't choose this option, default overcommiting ratio will be 1:1

Why a private cloud is right for you

There are a lot of benefits for your organization to run their systems in a private cloud, including guaranteed availability, flexibility, and strong security.

The key difference between cloud and physical is the virtualization technology that creates clouds. Most projects don’t use the full capability of a server. Virtual private clouds offers improved resource utilization because the workload can be deployed to different physical servers as demands change. Private clouds deliver flexibility beyond that of a physical server. If your requirements vary, your private cloud server can be adjusted accordingly.

Private clouds can be more secure than public ones too. A private cloud runs on a physical machine, which makes its physical security easier to control. Accessing your private cloud is more secure because you access it through private network links, instead of the public internet.

Have a specific project?

Do you have a specific project, need to make changes to a specific configuration, or have different needs? Get in touch to discuss other options.