There's a new way to build your cloud, with OnApp powered by Dell
Instant cloud appliances for service providers - delivered direct to your datacenter
Instant cloud appliances from Dell and OnApp give you a certified fast-track to the cloud - whether you're entering the cloud market for the first time, or adding scale to an existing cloud. Get OnApp, the leading cloud platform for service providers, certified and pre-installed on Dell hardware, and delivered to your datacenter in as little as a week.
Dell cloud infrastructure
Each cloud appliance uses ultra-reliable, high performance Dell servers and switches as the backbone of your cloud - fully tested and certified for OnApp. Choose from cloud appliances for smaller and larger clouds, or customize your own.
With fully racked options available too, you can just add power, connect to your network and start selling cloud.
OnApp cloud platform
Each cloud appliance is pre-installed with the latest version of OnApp. OnApp gives you a host of different ways to monetize your Dell infrastructure, by selling public, private and hybrid cloud, bare metal hosting, SaaS, PaaS, CDN, Disaster Recovery and more. Whatever the workload - and wherever your customers want it hosted - you can run it on OnApp.
• Proven by thousands of providers
• Full service automation via one UI
• Xen, KVM, VMware and EC2 support
• Public, private & hybrid cloud
• Bare metal, SaaS/PaaS hosting
• CDN, backup and DR
Instant cloud appliances for service providersDownload the datasheet »
|OnApp Cloud Platform|
|OnApp units included*||48||144||custom|
|Dell Cloud Infrastructure|
|Control Panel: R630||1||1||1+|
|Backup Server: R730XD||1||1||1+|
|Hypervisors: R630 Dual Processor||3||8||8+|
|S4048 10GBe switch||1||2||2|
Flexible integrated storage options - SSD, SATA, SAS and hybrid storage available
Fully racked and cabled options - just add power and a network connection to start selling cloud
24x7 support for OnApp software - 15 minute SLA. Dell Pro Support on all hardware.
*OnApp is licensed on a per unit per month basis. 1 unit = 1 physical CPU core on a hypervisor server, or 1 dedicated server.