Virtual Data Center – A virtual data center (VDC) provides a means of storing your virtual machines, and grouping them to form a vApp. A vApp can then be stored in your catalog, and cloned on request via APIs and/or the web-based vCloud console. You can have multiple VDC’s – allowing you to segregate production, test, and development while also allowing for easy transition of vApps from one VDC to another.
Virtual Private Cluster – In addition to virtual data centers, we can also provision you your own private cluster, available through the same vCloud console. That way, you can keep services that require 100% hardware commitment – either for application performance or for compliance ¬– managed under the same console. And, you can migrate workloads off and on as desired – with the same ease, speed, and scalability as a VDC.
VMware Hybrid Cloud – VMware hybrid cloud is one of the most exciting IaaS technologies on the market. If you are currently leveraging VMware, you can import a vCloud connector appliance and then create a Layer 2 VPN tunnel to a virtual data center in our cloud. Plus, you can manage your vCloud VDCs from your on-site vCenter, and even move servers back and forth – based on load requirements and disaster recovery initiatives.