ExtraVar Flex Cloud

Flex Cloud

ExtraVar Flex Cloud

The ExtraVar Flex Cloud is based on enterprise-class equipment in combination with VMware. This flexible cloud environment is configured in Tier 3 data centres in the vicinity of Amsterdam. Payment take place in accordance with use.

Why the ExtraVar Flex Cloud?

The ExtraVar Flex Cloud is a flexible server environment for Windows Server or various Linux operating systems. As you may expect from a cloud, payment is charged according to use. A new environment can quickly be set up by means of a portal. Apart from the use of server capacity additional services are also available, such as high availability across different availability zones, along with back-up and system management services. The ExtraVar Flex Cloud can also be deployed in combination with the ExtraVar Power Cloud or Power Cloud for SAP HANA.

How does it work?

The capacity is based on Intel Servers and is charged on a monthly basis. The variables are processing (per vCPU), memory (per 1 GB) and disc (per 50 GB). VMs are provided with Microsoft Windows Server OS. Server security tooling is also available as standard. The back-up is an additional service. Back-ups are stored in two different availability zones as standard.

The benefits of the ExtraVar Flex Cloud are:

  • Fast deployment of VMs
  • Easy to increase and decrease capacity
  • Only pay according to use
  • Extra: disaster recovery and system management

Do you want to know more about the Flex Cloud from ExtraVar? Please contact one of our experts.


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