GDMS Virtual Private Cloud provides a Cloud resource space that is fully isolated from other cloud environments to deploy your applications. GDMS VPC gives you full control of your environment with complete autonomy to configure your IaaS resources in terms of computing, storage volumes and modes, networking, and governance services. Our VPC solutions are available in Laos and in Myanmar (see VPC in Myanmar).
GDMS VPC features:
- Each Client can create one or more VPCs completely isolated from each other
- GDMS VPC is based on VMware vCloud Director, the industry leading solution for private and hybrid cloud leveraging NSX Network and Security Platform
- Clients can create subnets, gateways, firewalls, and load balancers in a self-service fashion
- 2 or more VPCs can be connected by a VPC link, VPC can also be connected to the customer office network or private cloud infrastructure through a leased line
- GDMS Cloud Infrastructure is located in a carrier-grade datacenter in Laos.
- As a fully licensed service provider, GDMS can provide public and private connectivity to your enterprise network and data center.
VPCs are a “best of both worlds” approach to cloud computing. They supply customers with many of the advantages of private cloud infrastructure while leveraging public cloud resources and savings. The following are some fundamental characteristics of the VPC model:
- Agility: VPC enables you to manage the size of your virtual network and deploy on-the-spot cloud resources whenever your business needs them. You can scale up and down these resources dynamically.
- Availability: Redundant resources and highly fault-tolerant availability zone architectures mean your applications and workloads are always available.
- Security: As VPC is a logically isolated network, customer data and applications won’t mix with cloud provider’s other customer workload. Customers possess full control over how resources and workloads are accessed, and by whom.
- Affordability: VPC customers can take advantage of the public cloud’s cost-effectiveness, such as saving on hardware costs, labor times, and other resources. Let us deal with the infrastructure heavy-lifting and focus on what is the most important for your business: innovation and time to market.