In the DSI vCloud Self Service Portal, you can create your own virtual machines based on your own images or images provided by T-Systems. The virtual machines are grouped in vApps.
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Telekom provides catalogs with pre-defined templates. The templates are available as managed OS or self-managed OS variants (RHEL, SUSE, Windows Server).
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DSI vCloud offers an entire range of modern cloud technology – from genuine pay as you go to complete packages with burst capacities, as well as exclusively operated resources.
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You can choose between four online storage qualities. The online data storage is situated in the same data center location as the compute resources used.
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Three storage qualities are also additionally available as Backup Integrated Storage (BIS).
In addition to online data storage, BIS includes a snapshot-based data backup on a secondary data storage medium in the respective other half of the twin-core data center system.
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Backup as a Service (BaaS) allows the customer to create one-time or rule-based backups and restores via self-service.
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It is possible to create an online copy of a VM using the VMware snapshot function. The copy can be saved as a template in the customer’s own catalog.
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Network & Security
You can create logically separate networks in the VXLAN as required.
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Disaster recovery plans can be implemented in DSI vCloud because vDCs can be operated in different data centers of the twin-core data center system.
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With flexible Internet access, VMs can be activated for both inbound and outbound data traffic to the Internet.
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VMware-based firewall & load balancer functions (Edge Service Gateway) are available to you. Edge Service Gateway also allows you to apply routing, NAT, and port filtering settings.
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DSI vCloud supports the connection of your data center to the platform via both a managed Internet VPN, MPLS as well as Ethernet Connect.
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All private connections to the network infrastructure of the DSI vCloud that are set up from your own networks must be directed via a firewall. There are a choice of 250 different firewall sizes available.
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The distributed firewall in vCloud provides the ability to configure firewall rules at the level of each virtual machine. The firewall is actually part of the hypervisor, and therefore it is the same for every single virtual Network Interface Controller (vNIC).
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Use Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) and Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) algorithms to automatically create routing tables between dynamic VMware NSX® Edge ™ gateways.
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Extend your local workloads and networks to the vCloud Director organization networks through a Tenant Layer 2 (L2) VPN to map hybrid cloud scenarios. Access your vCloud resources from virtually any client using an SSL (Client-to-Site VPN) VPN. Or set up site-to-site VPN connections with the help of an IPSEC VPN.
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For the purpose of managing your virtual environment in a user-friendly manner, an intuitive self-service portal is provided. This supports you in creating a VM, making resource changes, and setting up firewall rules and networks.
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DSI vCloud provides the option of using operating systems that are managed by Telekom.
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VMware vCloud Availability is a powerful solution built to offer simple, secure, and cost-effective onboarding, migration, and disaster recovery services “to” or “between” DSI vCloud.
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Users can upload existing workloads (VMs and vApps) to the DSI vCloud. Images or templates can be uploaded directly via the Internet (DSI Hybrid) or intranet (DSI Private) via self-service in order to be configured and/or implemented.
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All functions that are available via the self-service portal and some other functions can be called up via a REST-based API.
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You can activate your organization for the use of an SAML identity provider (also referred to as single sign-on).
Learn more about Single sign-on / identity provider
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