What if you had full control of your data between your on prem and your cloud provider? What if your data in the cloud had no barriers on where it could go from there?
PvDC’s Cloud Management Portal is the engine that drives management of data in the cloud with no strings attached.
Enterprises demand the speed and efficiency of the dynamic cloud, without sacrificing the functionality and reliability they’re accustomed to from traditional data centers. Our Management Portal provides a comprehensive Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform designed to support simple, fast application building and scaling and removes barriers between on premise dcs and the cloud by allowing complete control of processes and procedures as it pertains to your business.
Resources can be configured and consumed by cloud server instance or as specified resources in a virtual private data center. Our cloud management portal puts you in control to review or optimize your cloud resources, report on an extensive menu of data points, react to changes in workload demands, and monitor your IT spend.
PvDC Cloud Management Portal Features and Benefits:
Single Pane of Glass for managing resources spanning multiple virtual datacenters and public providers.
Operational visibility into the current state of an individual vm including health, backup state, and level of geographical protection
Financial visibility into each virtual dc
*Including the cost drivers such as the retention/protection policy attached to that VDC
Make it easy for end users to provision and modify their resources without intervention.
• Control over server resource provisioning
• Software Defined Network Technology
• Execute server backups and recovery
• Ability to move data across regions
Make it easy for end users to execute hybrid services
Flexibility for utilizing best of breed cloud services via Cloud Manage
• Visibility into workloads running at vCloud Air, Google and AWS
• Management of workloads running at vCloud Air, Google and AWS
• Layer 2 connectivity into vCloud Air, Google and AWS