VMware Hosting & Private Cloud Hosting

Our VMware Hosting platform utilizes VMware's market leading ESXi and vSphere virtualization technology which allows us to deliver an enterprise class VMware hosting solution with many features that are simply not available when hosting on traditional dedicated server. Let us show your business the power of VMware Hosting.

"VirtualMachines.net executed a flawless physical-to-virtual migration process to our Private Cloud and we now have a SOLID disaster recovery plan in place..

Brian

VMware Hosting Pricing Plans - Upload Your VM or Fresh Install

  •  
  • Pro
  • Business
  • Premium
  • custom
  • RAM:
  • 1GB
  • 4GB
  • 8GB
  • 1GB - 16GB
  • SAN Storage:
  • 30GB
  • 200GB
  • 400GB
  • 30GB - 500GB
  • CPU Cores:
  • 1 vCPU
  • 2 vCPU
  • 2 vCPU
  • 1 - 16 vCPU
  • Bandwidth:
  • 1 mbps
  • 5 mbps
  • 10 mbps
  • 1 mbps - 1 gbps
  • IPv4 Addresses:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 4
  • 2 - 2000IPs
  • Network Uplink:
  • 100mbps
  • 100mbps
  • 100mbps
  • 100mbps

VMware Hosting Features

  • 100% uptime service level agreement (SLA)
  • VMware vMotion
  • VMware Storage vMotion
  • Active/Active SAN storage
  • VMware vSphere 5.5
  • Seamless scalability of RAM and storage
  • 24/7 VMware Certified Support

Optional Features

  • Disaster Recovery planning & implementation
  • Offsite Storage
  • Managed Backup (CDP)
  • Managed Cloud Hosting
  • Managed Applications

Why Choose VMware Hosting:

VMware Hosting Equals A High Availability Hosting Infrastructure

High Availability Networks

If you have suffered downtime with your traditional host due to server failures or have had your site become unavailable for an extended period of time, it is time to adopt VMware Hosting with a High Availability Network. All of our Virtual Dedicated Servers, Virtual Machines, and Private Clouds utilize VMware's HA feature which automatically moves your virtual machine off of a failed server. The diagram to the right illustrates the sequence of events that occur if an VMware ESXi host fails in a High Availability Cluster.

vMotion

VMware vMotion is Game Changing Technology

The vMotion feature from VMware allows us to perform live VM migrations of any Virtual Dedicated Server across our VMware hosting infrastructure in order to load balance servers or provide your Virtual Dedicated Servers with extra resources during peak usage.

You will never experience slowness or fight for server resources with other clients. In the event that your virtual server needs additional memory or CPU, vMotion allows us to migrate virtual machines to servers with excess capacity -- live and without any downtime or disruption in performance.

Fully Optimized Storage Performance With VMware svMotion

Similar to virtual machine vMotion, Storage vMotion from VMware allows us to eliminate service disruptions with live, automated migration of virtual machine disk files from existing storage to any new storage array.

VMware DRS Allows Real Time Optimization Of Computer Resources

VMware's Distributed Resource Schedule (DRS) allow us to continuously balances computing capacity across our HA hosting infrastructure to deliver the highest Virtual Machine and Private Cloud Server performances at all times.

  • Ensure that each VMware virtual machine has access to appropriate resources at all times
  • Deploy new VMware Virtual Servers and automatically redistribute virtual machines without system disruption
  • Automate planned server maintenance with zero downtime
  • Allows us to offer industry leading SLAs

Robust and Affordable Disaster Recovery Solutions With VMware Hosting

Site Recovery Manager (SRM) from VMware allows us to provide all business with a reliable yet affordable Disaster Recovery Solutions. We employ VMware SRM to provide complete management of disaster recovery with centralized Disaster Recovery Plans with fast recovery, automated disaster recovery failovers and failbacks, non-disruptive testing and planned migrations.

Contact us today to implement your own custom VMware based Disaster Recovery Solution and eliminate the need for identical high-end storage arrays across multiple sites.