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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.

windows web server 2Server Configuration Management

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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