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Virtual Private Data Centre

The Thomas Duryea Logicalis Virtual Private Data Centre (LVPDC) is a powerful package, offering secure infrastructure for hosting enterprise customer applications and servers. It increases business flexibility and agility, while making it easy for an enterprise to scale to meet the needs of the business.

The Thomas Duryea Logicalis VPDC provides enterprises with the benefits of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) in reducing costs and enabling ability. It gives the ability to retain full visibility (and control) of on-premise and cloud infrastructure through a single management application.

The Thomas Duryea Logicalis VPDC represents a very different approach to other Cloud - IaaS vendors, because it provides a complete SLA-backed solution for an enterprise of any size.

The features are compelling:

  • Enterprises retain total control of their cloud infrastructure through a full set of orchestration tools, or Thomas Duryea Logicalis can manage the environment through the 24x7 service desk.
  • The VPDC includes cost-effective disaster recovery (DR), backup and long-term retention options, with the ability to specify replication down to a virtual machines level.
  • Advanced networking provides enterprises with a virtual firewall, VPN access, load balancing plus the ability to configure security zones (VLANS) within the virtual private data centre.
  • Enterprises can apply a Thomas Duryea Logicalis operating system image or upload their own OS image - just as they would within their own data centre

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The business benefits

Enables virtual single-tenant architecture, dedicated to each customer through a dynamically configurable pool of resources

Retain full control of enterprise infrastructure

Access cost-effective DR and data protection

Be enabled with rapid self-provisioning

Access lower-cost computing without the compromises of commodity cloud.

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