Virtual Data Center (VDC)


Our VDC Solution orchestrates the provisioning of software-defined datacenter services as complete virtual datacenters that are ready for consumption in a matter of minutes. Those Virtual datacenters provide virtualized compute, networking, storage, and security. Administrators can provision the complete set of services necessary to make workloads operational in minutes. Software-defined datacenter service and the virtual datacenters fundamentally simplify infrastructure provisioning, and enable IT to move at the speed of business.

Our VDC Hosted solution is based on the Industry Infrastructure standard IAAS. Our IAAS facility is hosted at the best Data Center facility in West Africa in a building designed to withstand Natural calamities like Earthquakes and floods. The infrastructure is completely redundant and highly scalable. All Physical components are 1+1 redundant, and high performance.

Our hosted VDC provisioned & Supported services include:

  • Compute
  • FC SAN Storage
  • Memory/Networking
  • Security
  • Internet
  • Hosted/Private IP Telephony & Chat Services
  • Hosted/Private Email
  • Database & Application Servers Provisioning
  • Web Server Provisioning
  • VPNs
  • Collaboration Applications
  • Data backup (D2D with high speed Dedupe)
  • Daily reporting
  • Desktop Virtualization

Being a VMWare Enterprise Solution Provider Partner, our VDC solutions are primarily based on the Industry Leading VMWare VCloud Director Solution Suite.

VMware vCloud Director applies the principles of pooling, abstraction and automation to all datacenter services like storage, networking, and security. By dramatically simplifying the provisioning of these services, VMware enables IT to provision complete and operationally ready infrastructure without worrying about the physical configuration of hardware.

The virtual datacenter is a new logical container that provides all infrastructure services necessary to make workloads operational in minutes. Applications provisioned into these elastic containers are automatically placed in the most optimal vCenter Server cluster, alleviating IT overhead around balancing server capacity.