vNebula Virtual Datacentre
Our vNebula Virtual Datacentre is robust and reliable, connected to our core Juniper SDN fibre network it uses HA Hypervisor Vsphere from VMware. It is flexible and provides a simple one-click server provision, allowing remote console access and server configuration for complete control and low latency.
Full machine and file backup is provided via Veeam storage repositories to facilitate file restoration in the quickest possible time.
Our virtual data centres offer the highest protection via Cisco firewalls and are DDoS protected. Support from our VMware engineers is available 24/7/365 and our pricing structure ensures that monthly billing is transparent and flexible with no hidden costs.
Why Stream Networks is the prefered provider for developers
We have a strong track record of delivering robust and efficient cloud services that developers and open-source authors require. We work with our clients to ensure that the solution delivered is the one that best meets their needs, and we provide full support throughout the project and beyond to support your development lifecycles.
The benefits of cloud services for web developers
Cloud computing allows developers to manage technological resources more effectively, which brings with it more flexibility and increased cost efficiencies.
Public, Hybrid or Private Clouds – which one is right for you?
When proposing a cloud service it can be confusing knowing what type of cloud solution you should go for.
Types of cloud service: Saas, PaaS or IaaS
Typically Software as a Service (SaaS) applications are hosted on a remote server and use the internet to deliver web apps via your browser. Examples are SaaS applications are the Google Cloud Platform, Dropbox, WebEx and Cisco. The benefit of such applications is that their updates are automated, meaning that organisations do not need IT staff to download and update apps on all terminals.
Platform as a Service (PaaS) provides a software framework over the internet to create development environments that can be used to build customised applications. Developers retain the management of applications whilst file storage and networking are typically managed by a third-party provider. Examples of PaaS are Windows Azure, AWS and OpenShift.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is one of the most flexible of the cloud computing models. It is highly scalable and gives clients complete control of their infrastructure. Examples are Linodeand Rackspace, also elements of Azure and AWS are IaaS.
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Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our clients say:
Working with Stream Networks was of great benefit to the Trust. They streamlined the installation process of our services compared to previous suppliers and we were delighted to be up and running, and enjoy significant cost savings in no time.
The investment we have put into our network with Stream allows us to embrace further Cloud technologies. As Stream also own and manage their own Cloud infrastructure we know our data remains in the UK and under the control of an ISO27001 organisation.