Provides users with pay as you grow model
Adapt, a provider of virtual and cloud based offerings, has launched Virtual Data Centre (VDC) service, which makes use of the company’s portfolio of data centres to offer customers bespoke colocation and managed services that grow with their business.
Adapt said that with the company’s flexible ‘pay as you grow’ model, customers of any size can realise the benefits of virtualisation without the traditionally associated upfront capital investment.
According to Adapt, its new service will enable users to outsource and manage their infrastructure, providing instant provisioning and decommissioning of virtual resources to meet variations in workload.
As Adapt’s dedicated dark fibre, high availability network data centres are interconnected to Sentrum, Global Switch and Level 3, VDC users will be able to locate their applications at any combination of sites with low latency and high resilience.
Adapt users will have the ability to create, deploy and manage their own VDC infrastructure through a dedicated service portal that delivers a real-time view of all systems and services.
Adapt sales and marketing director Simon Fisk said with their VDC offering, users can benefit from phenomenal levels of resilience and data centre flexibility – without the traditionally associated financial or management headaches.
"Our partnerships with leading global data centre providers make the VDC fully scalable, enabling users to pay for what they need now and then expand the service in line with individual business growth," Fisk said.