1. Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition

Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition

Welcome to Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition (ECME). Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition provides an intuitive interface for provisioning servers and network infrastructure, delivering an inexpensive, scalable, and standardized infrastructure that you can deploy rapidly to manage your server and network resource needs.

These are some of the key benefits of using the Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition solution:

  • Avoid large capital expenditures and deliver overall cost reduction.
  • Access ample capacity with on-demand delivery to run key applications.
  • Provision resources with the ability to scale features and services to meet rapidly changing needs.
  • Expand capacity on demand and manage computing resources in near real-time.
  • Reduce IT budgets.
  • Produce internal IT chargeback.
  • Achieve per-user pricing for business applications, such as Exchange).
1.1. Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition Policies

Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition Policies

We wish to make access to Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition policies as convenient as possible.

1.1.1. Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition Legal Notice

Enterprise Cloud Managed Edition
Legal Notice

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1.2. Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

A collection of frequently asked questions.

1.2.1. FAQs - Physical Servers

FAQs - Physical Servers

A collection of frequently asked questions regarding physical servers.

1.2.1.1. What physical server types are available in each datacenter?

Question:

What physical server types are available in each datacenter?

Answer:

Not all datacenters have all physical server types due to differing upgrade schedules in each datacenter. Whatever is offered in the administrative portal is currently available for use. If some type is exhausted or not present, it is not offered to the user.

The following datacenters have the blade type inventory shown as of February 2018, but upgrades are in progress. If all the instances of the blade are occupied, none will be offered to the customer.

Any of these physical server types are eligible to be used in a cluster provided there are two available in the datacenter. The cluster provisioning will prioritize provisioning blades in different enclosures for improved redundancy, if possible, but will use blades in the same enclosure if that is the only enclosure available.

AMS
4 CPU cores, 8 GB RAM
4 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
6 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
12 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
16 CPU cores, 96 GB RAM
UK
4 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 48 GB RAM
12 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
SJC
4 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
6 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 48 GB RAM
12 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
12 CPU cores, 96 GB RAM
BWI
4 CPU cores, 8 GB RAM
4 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 16 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
12 CPU cores, 96 GB RAM
HKG
4 CPU cores, 12 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 24 GB RAM
8 CPU cores, 48 GB RAM