Cobweb IaaS - Microsoft Hyper-V Server
Cobweb's Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platform allows
business IT to configure and build a customised server solution in
a managed cloud environment. With no Capital Expenditure or
Hardware maintenance to worry about.
This uses the Microsoft Windows Server R2 Hyper-V
virtualization environment to create containers for your virtual
server. The latest Server OS’s from Microsoft are available and
Server resources such as memory and disk space can be allocated and expanded on demand. Pre-defined
Server templates allow fast provisioning of servers. Ideal for
collaborative projects that require server resources for the life
of the project.
Test and development often need server resource for short
periods of time; this allows a low cost ‘pay as you go’ approach
with only a rolling monthly commitment.
Dedicated web sites may need a more customised server platform
than simple website hosting can offer. Build your own web hosting
environment. Customized solutions can be expanded into large scale
web sites that include load-balancing, firewalls and Microsoft SQL
Server 2008 R2 clusters.
Build your own dedicated SharePoint 2010 solution, a Cobweb
Cloud Starter plan can provide the essentials needed to build a
dedicated solution. Ideal for application developers needing trial
and demo sites for example. Or businesses with developers needing
total control over their environment.
Cobweb enables the use of Microsoft Licence Mobility. This
allows the reuse of your Microsoft Server and Client Licences in
our Cloud environment. Qualifying licences include SQL and
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01 October 2014 - You may be aware of the recent media coverage reporting on the new 'Bash' vulnerability (also known as 'Shellshock').
20 September 2014 - Some 22 per cent of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) think that the cloud can help them cut their IT costs, a new survey by Vistage reveals.
20 August 2014 - US firms are leading the way when it comes to cloud adoption, although small to medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in Europe still report underlying security concerns, the results of a new study show.