VMware Server Hosting, VMware ESXI Virtualization

VMware Server Hosting, powered by VMware ESXi virtualization technology, offers a robust and flexible solution for businesses seeking efficient IT infrastructure management. With VMware ESXi as the bare-metal hypervisor, this hosting service allows users to create and manage multiple virtual machines (VMs) on dedicated server hardware.

VMware Hosting with Dedicated Server Pricing

VMware Hosting Dedicated Server pricing is based on factors such as bandwidth, storage, CPU type, and additional services included in the package.
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Express Dedicated Server - SATA

44.1/m
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  • 16GB RAM
  • 4-Core E3-1230 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 240GB SSD + 5TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP

Basic Dedicated Server - SATA

65.00/m
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  • 32GB RAM
  • 8-Core E5-2670 @2.60 GHzreport
  • 4x3TB SATA RAID 10
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP

Professional Dedicated Server - SATA

105.00/m
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  • 64GB RAM
  • 8-Core E5-2667v4 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 120GB SSD + 4 x 8TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP

Advanced Dedicated Server - SATA

179.00/m
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  • 128GB RAM
  • 16-Core Dual E5-2667v3 @3.20 GHzreport
  • 120GB SSD + 12 x 8TB SATA
  • 100Mbps-1Gbps Bandwidthreport
  • OS : Windows / Linux
  • 1 Primary IP

How to Start a VMware Hosting with Dedicated Server

Install the VMware Hypervisor

Install the VMware Hypervisor

Rent physical server hardware to host your VMware environment. When placing your order, select Install VMware ESXi in the operating system column. You will get a correctly configured ESXi physical machine within 2 hours.
Configure the Network

Configure the Network

Configure network settings on ESXi, including IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS server, and VLAN settings (if required). Set up virtual switches (vSwitches) and port groups to connect virtual machines to the network.
Create Data Store

Create Data Store

Set up storage for your VMware environment by creating datastores on local disks or SAN/NAS storage arrays. Format and mount datastores to ESXi hosts ensuring proper connectivity and redundancy when using multiple storage devices.
Create a Virtual Machine

Create a Virtual Machine

Create a virtual machine using VMware vSphere Client or VMware vCenter Server. Configure virtual machine settings such as CPU, memory, disk, and network adapters as per your requirements.
Install the Guest OS

Install the Guest OS

Depending on your user needs, install the required guest operating system (Windows, Linux, etc.) on the virtual machine. Customize operating system settings and install necessary software and applications as needed.
Configure VM Resources

Configure VM Resources

Monitor and manage virtual machine resource allocation, including CPU, memory, and storage. Dynamically adjust resource settings to optimize performance and ensure availability.
Implement Backup and Disaster Recovery

Implement Backup and Disaster Recovery

Set up a backup solution to protect virtual machines and data. Implement disaster recovery strategies such as VMware High Availability (HA) and VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) to ensure business continuity.
Monitoring and Maintenance

Monitoring and Maintenance

Regularly monitor the health and performance of your VMware environment using VMware tools or third-party monitoring solutions. Perform routine maintenance tasks such as applying patches and updates to ESXi hosts and virtual machines.

Benefits of Using Dedicated server as a VMware Hosting Solution

Performance

Performance

Dedicated servers provide dedicated hardware resources, including CPU, RAM, and storage, ensuring optimal performance for virtualized workloads. This dedicated resource allocation helps prevent resource contention and ensures consistent performance for virtual machines.
Isolation

Isolation

With a dedicated server, you have full control over the hardware, network, and security settings, providing a high level of isolation for your virtualized environment. This isolation enhances security and prevents interference from other users or applications on shared infrastructure.
Customization

Customization

Dedicated servers offer flexibility and customization options to tailor the hardware configuration to your specific requirements. You can choose the CPU, RAM, storage, and other components based on your workload demands, allowing you to optimize performance and scalability.
Scalability

Scalability

Dedicated servers can be easily scaled up or down to accommodate changing business needs. With VMware virtualization, you can dynamically allocate resources and provision new virtual machines as needed, enabling seamless scalability without downtime.
Reliability

Reliability

Dedicated servers typically offer higher reliability compared to shared hosting environments. With dedicated hardware resources and redundant infrastructure components, dedicated servers can provide greater uptime and reliability for critical workloads.
Security

Security

Dedicated servers offer enhanced security features, including physical access controls, network security measures, and data encryption options. This level of security is essential for protecting sensitive data and ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
Management Control

Management Control

With a dedicated server, you have full control over the management and administration of your VMware environment. You can configure virtual machines, manage resources, monitor performance, and implement security measures according to your specific requirements.
Compliance

Compliance

Dedicated servers allow you to maintain compliance with industry regulations and data privacy standards by providing dedicated hardware and security controls. This ensures that your VMware hosting solution meets the necessary compliance requirements for your business.

Features of VMware Hosting, Powered by VMware vSphere/ESXi

Virtualization

VMware hosting utilizes virtualization technology to create multiple virtual machines (VMs) on a single physical server, allowing for efficient resource utilization and workload consolidation.

High Availability (HA)

VMware HA ensures the availability of virtual machines by automatically restarting them on other hosts within a cluster in the event of a hardware failure or host outage.

Fault Tolerance (FT)

VMware FT provides continuous availability for virtual machines by creating a secondary VM that mirrors the primary VM's operations. If the primary VM fails, the secondary VM takes over seamlessly with no downtime.

Resource Pooling

VMware allows you to create resource pools to aggregate physical hardware resources such as CPU, memory, and storage. Resource pools enable dynamic allocation of resources to VMs based on workload demands.

vMotion

VMware vMotion enables live migration of running VMs between hosts with no downtime, allowing for workload balancing, hardware maintenance, and disaster avoidance.

Storage vMotion

Similar to vMotion, Storage vMotion allows live migration of VM disk files between storage devices, enabling storage maintenance, load balancing, and performance optimization without disrupting VM operations.

Dynamic Resource Scheduling

VMware DRS automatically balances and optimizes resource utilization across hosts within a cluster by migrating VMs based on workload demands, ensuring performance and efficiency.

Security Features

VMware offers various security features such as virtual machine encryption, secure boot, vSphere firewalls, role-based access control (RBAC), and vSphere Trust Authority for enhanced security and compliance.

Network Virtualization

VMware NSX provides network virtualization and security capabilities, allowing for the creation of virtual networks, micro-segmentation, and advanced network services to enhance agility and security.

Disaster Recovery

VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) automates the failover and failback process for VMs between primary and secondary sites, ensuring business continuity and disaster recovery readiness.

Centralized Management

VMware vCenter Server provides a centralized management platform for deploying, managing, and monitoring virtualized infrastructure, allowing for streamlined operations and administration.

Scalability

VMware hosting solutions scale easily to accommodate growing workloads and business needs, with support for hundreds to thousands of virtual machines across multiple hosts and clusters.

FAQs of VMware Virtualization Server Hosting

What is VMware virtualization server hosting?

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VMware virtualization server hosting refers to the use of VMware vSphere/ESXi virtualization technology to create and manage virtual machines (VMs) on dedicated servers. It allows for efficient utilization of hardware resources, increased flexibility, and simplified management of IT infrastructure.

What are the benefits of VMware virtualization server hosting?

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Some benefits of VMware virtualization server hosting include improved hardware utilization, cost savings, increased flexibility, scalability, high availability, disaster recovery capabilities, and simplified management of IT infrastructure.

What is the difference between VMware vSphere and VMware ESXi?

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VMware vSphere is a comprehensive suite of virtualization products that includes ESXi hypervisor, vCenter Server for centralized management, and additional features such as vMotion, High Availability (HA), and Distributed Resource Scheduler (DRS). VMware ESXi is the bare-metal hypervisor that forms the foundation of vSphere, responsible for running VMs on physical servers.

Is VMware virtualization server hosting secure?

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Yes, VMware virtualization server hosting provides robust security features such as virtual machine encryption, secure boot, role-based access control (RBAC), network segmentation, and security policies to protect virtualized environments from security threats.

How does VMware virtualization server hosting work?

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VMware virtualization server hosting works by installing VMware vSphere/ESXi hypervisor software directly on physical server hardware. The hypervisor abstracts the underlying hardware and allows multiple VMs to run on the same physical server simultaneously, each with its own operating system and applications.

What types of workloads are suitable for VMware virtualization server hosting?

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VMware virtualization server hosting is suitable for a wide range of workloads, including web servers, database servers, application servers, file servers, development and testing environments, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and more.

Can I migrate my existing physical servers to VMware virtualization server hosting?

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Yes, VMware provides tools such as VMware Converter that allow you to convert physical servers into virtual machines and migrate them to VMware virtualization server hosting. This process is known as Physical-to-Virtual (P2V) migration.

What level of support is available for VMware virtualization server hosting?

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VMware offers various support options, including technical support, documentation, online forums, and professional services, to assist customers with VMware virtualization server hosting deployment, configuration, and troubleshooting.

Conclusion: VMware Virtualization Server Hosting

In conclusion, VMware Virtualization Server Hosting offers a comprehensive solution for businesses seeking to optimize their IT infrastructure. Powered by VMware ESXi virtualization technology, this hosting service enables efficient resource utilization, enhanced flexibility, and streamlined management of virtualized environments.

With VMware Virtualization Server Hosting, businesses can leverage features such as high availability, fault tolerance, and dynamic resource allocation to ensure optimal performance and reliability for their virtualized workloads. The platform supports a wide range of applications and workloads, making it suitable for diverse business needs.