Virtual Machines (VM’s)

Get all the in-house functionality with MCNC’s Virtual Machines that can be built to your specifications. The customizable VM’s allow you to host services in the cloud without the facility upgrades and manual upkeep.

Benefits of Virtual Machines

Scale

Easy to manage and deploy multiple copies of the same VM to serve increases in load

Hosted in a Secure Facilities

24x7x365 Securely monitored facility

Speed in Deployment

Create new VM’s to handle new tasks and services as needed

Faster ROI

Don’t have to buy a new physical server every time you want to support a new or upgraded service

Service Overview

MCNC uses enterprise-grade servers, hypervisors and storage to host managed or self-managed virtual machines. The virtual machine(s) are custom built to your specifications in memory, disk space, and processor cores. The VMs can be combined with other MCNC data center services, such as load balancing or firewall to build a complete solution.

Service subscription available either monthly or annually.

Using VM’s for…

  • Computing in the Cloud: VMs can provide the off-network power and resources to run and scale without affecting other services on your network.
  • Developers: VMs can be used to support developers, they can configure VM templates with the settings for their software development and testing processes.
  • Test a new operating system: A VM can help you test new software without affecting your primary system.
  • Researching malware: VMs can help you investigate malware by testing it in a fresh isolated machine.

Expand Your VM’s

  • Industry standard first line of defense firewall services.
  • Fully featured load balancer can be added to the service to manage multitude of services, where traffic is diverted in the most efficient way.
  • SAN storage is available within the MCNC Data Center.

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