|Reliable, flexible and secure shared services at reduced cost.|
CalCloud - Overview
CalCloud provides Customers with an Infrastructure-as-a-Service private cloud located at the Office of Technology Services (OTech) data centers. Using a self-service portal, CalCloud Customers have on-demand access to a shared pool of compute resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released as virtual servers on a pay-as-you-go basis
CalCloud's shared virtual infrastructure reduces or eliminates the need for capital expenditures and allows Customers to realize cost savings compared to physical server environments. Options such as increased Storage and RAM, Disaster Recovery, and Backups are available during and after provisioning.
|Low Cost Hosting Solution||Self Service Customer Portal|
|No Capital Expenditures||Customer Controlled Environment|
|Rapid Provisioning||High Availability|
|Secure Access and Secure data||Multiple Base Server Size Options|
- This offering is classified as an Emerging Service
- Rancho Cordova
- Vacaville (Disaster Recovery facility)
CalCloud Model Comparision
The following chart compares the different CalCloud offerings.
|Virtual Server Size||CCU*||Memory (GB)||Storage (GB)**|
* A CCU is equivalent to the capacity of 1 GHz of a single CPU Core.
** 90 GB storage is intended for the Operating System, future Service Packs and add-ons.
Standard Components and Features
The following components and features are standard specifications for the CalCloud service.
The following components and features are standard administration for the CalCloud service.
Optional Components and Features
The following components and features are optional specifications for the CalCloud service.
Page last updated on September 16, 2014