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vSphere Virtual Server Hosting Platform

Delivered on a proven Virtual Server model based on VMware vSphere technologies, the Cobweb Virtual Server Hosting platform offers businesses comparative advantages such as:

  • Economies of scale - incremental purchase of storage, vCPU and RAM as required
  • 24/7 proactive management of the server hardware to maintain availability using HP System Insight Manager HP LOGO V1
  • Capacity Management planning ensures robust, reliable and consistent service performance
  • Performance optimised hardware, non-disruptive maintenance and best in class service reliability
  • High server availability, ensuring business continuity, disaster recovery and data protection.

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To be flexible to your Virtual Server needs the Cobweb Virtual Server Hosting service includes:

  • Preinstalled Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 with IIS 7.5
  • Internet facing virtual server running on leading VMware technologies
  • Full remote access for named Admin Users to access the virtual server as required
  • Ability to add extra RAM, hard disk capacity and vCPU as required with no virtual server downtime (dependent on Windows version selected).

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