The university and the Church have heavily invested to build a world-class data center on campus. To help colleges or departments leverage this investment, virtual data centers, also known as Yclouds, are being created. A Ycloud has several component parts:
Customers can configure their Ycloud according to their needs but are responsible to ensure that they do not overburden the allocated physical resources.
Note: OIT does NOT support any virtual machines set up in the virtual data center; that is the responsibility of the customer. OIT will ensure that the hardware and software that supports the virtual data center is functioning properly. If you need assistance with managing the server operating system please refer to the Virtual Private Server product offering.
To access this service, please contact OIT Service Desk (2-4000)
Note: If you need a server instead of a complete virtual environment, visit our Virtual Private Server page for information
Funding for Ycloud is part of enterprise funding. There is no charge to the college or department.
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