Virtual servers can be provided without the customer purchasing hardware or operating system OS software. Self-managed: The customer is responsible for all aspects of administering the server, operating system, and application. Rack space, network ports, and environmental monitoring are provided. Firewall and VPN services are also available upon request. Managed Services: A team of system engineers works with the client to manage their hosting requirements. More information.
Virtual Private Servers (VPS)
Central IT has a robust virtualization environment with the capacity to host hundreds of Windows or Linux virtual servers. The virtual datacenter utilizes VMware and has a clustered environment between two datacenters. This service appeals to departments who want to maintain autonomy over their server management without the expense of purchasing and housing their own hardware. Tier I disk storage is our highest performance tier designated for more demanding machine workloads. This is a combination of solid-state drives and fast 10K spinning drives known as hybrid storage. The Tier II disk storage uses spinning drives and can provide large amount of storage for archiving.
Choose your package size, data center location, backup software, operating systems and control panels, bandwidth, and contract parameters including SLAs, contract terms, and billing terms. Leave the hassle to us and focus on delivering products and services to your customers, eliminating time-to-market delays. All virtual private servers are connected to our state of the art network, offering full redundancy on all routers. This network uses multiple Tier1 transit providers in addition to private and public peering. Data traffic packages come free of charge, with volume based on the VPS you select. Control every aspect of your virtual private servers in the Leaseweb Customer Portal, including server management, viewing network data traffic graphs and reports, SLA upgrades, free basic firewall configuration, software control panel installation, and data traffic notification setups.
There are a variety of reasons why an organization would choose to migrate to using virtual servers. Others are looking to alleviate their IT assets of the time- and cost-intensive burdens associated with running their own servers. Still, others want to eliminate the security and business continuity risks that come along with on-premise hosting.