To manage a cloud does not have to be an hell: IPBLOC developed a platform that lets you create, install, manage and recover support environments to Cloud Computing. By putting its core concept of simplicity to Cloud Computing, IPBLOC launches IPBLOC.4CC that manages multiple virtual servers through a web interface. Literally, IPBLOC puts you in the clouds!

SaaS business model enhancer

By adopting IPBLOC.4CC you can start or strengthen the SaaS (Software as a Service) business model at your company. After all, a user only needs to access and use applications without having to worry where these resources are allocated. All tasks related to development, storage, maintenance, upgrading, backup and scheduling are the supplier of all these services responsabilities.

Simplicity in the cloud

IPBLOC.4CC automatic installs through a CR-ROM and is platform with a very simple graphic environment. Due to IPBLOC.4CC, manage a Cloud does not require specific technical knowledge and one administrator can create multiple virtual machines on a physical server, defining the parameters (memory, number of processors, hard disk size, etc). Furthermore, it is possible to establish the failures policy, for example, by defining wich virtual machines are critical for the continuity of the system that sgould migrate to another server in case of failures.

Sparing resources

The great asset of IPBLOC.4CC is the drastic cost reduction in implementing an IT infrastructure, which traditionally means large investment in maintenance and preservation. With virtualization, the spending on hardware is reduced, allowing a single machine to run multiple operating systems. There is no waste with IPBLOC.4CC because it is possible to allocate only the necessary resources to each OS.

Non-Stop service

The IPBLOC.4CC ensures your business continuity because it works in high availability, allowing taht, in case of failure of the physical server, the virtual machines that are in it can migrate to another server in the network. The information and definitions of these virtual machines are maintained and functioning and the entire system does not stop.

More security

Because the OS can be isolated in a virtualized machine, the system becomes more secure, reducing the need for multiple machines running on different security levels.