INFRASTRUCTUREAS-AS-A-SERVICE

Infrastructure as a Service



Enterprise Class Extreme computing power

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CTEX’s Cloud solutions were developed through a partnership with VCE. By leveraging VCE’s VBlock™ infrastructure, customers are assured that their mission critical business applications run on the world’s most advanced infrastructure supported by proven technology from EMC, VMWARE, CISCO and Intel.

Benefits

  • • No capital investment, pay a usage fee for your private server
  • • Your data stays in Curaçao, part of the Dutch Kingdom benefitting from strict privacy laws
  • • Run out of the world’s newest Uptime Institute certified Tier-IV datacenter
  • • Dedicated support team just a phone call away
  • • Scalable Linux® and Windows® servers in minutes
  • • 100% uptime, 24x7x365 guaranteed

Four Easy Steps

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Power to Scale

Our server platforms are pre-engineered, tested, and validated units. Each platform leverages CISCO advanced UCS blade technology, VMWARE ESX servers and Nexus core switching. The Cisco UCS data center platform unites compute, network, and storage access. Optimized for virtualization, the Cisco UCS integrates a low-latency, lossless 10 GB Ethernet unified network fabric supporting enterprise-class servers.

Once you deploy a virtual server, you’ll work the same way you work on any physically-hosted server. The difference is scalability. Cloud computing allows you to move up and acquire more power when you need it. Computing power can be scaled up vertically by increasing CPU and RAM or horizontally by adding VM instances using the load balancing to distribute load. Every CTEX_HyperCloudsm virtual machine (VM) instance comes bundled with storage. You can add additional storage volumes as required.

Data Protection – Shapshots

It is recommended that you continually safeguard your important data on the CTEX_HyperCloudsm. One way this can be done is via the CTEX_HyperCloudsm “snapshots” feature which allows you to duplicate your virtual machines. Tools are included to schedule snapshots on a regular basis. For further redundancy, set up additional storage on our multiple availability zones.