Private network vRack
Build your private network The vRack enables you to isolate your critical servers within a private VLAN. Your data is secure and communication between your servers is not routed via the public network.
Multiply your VLANs Deploy up to 4000 private VLANs to isolate your servers, to filter customer access and secure your data.
A multi-service infrastructure The vRack adapts to the needs of your business. Build your infrastructure using the products and services of our Infrastructure, Storage and Big Data.
High security infrastructure Using bastion hosts or similar secures access to your VLANs to the maximum, as an extension of your company network or as part of a critical data hosting system.
Multi-datacentre VLAN The vRack functions between the various datacentres. From Europe to Canada, design your private redundant infrastructures distributed between multiple datacentres.
Up to 40 Gbps
The vRack or virtual rack allows multiple servers to be grouped together (regardless of number and physical location in our datacentre) and connects them to a virtual switch within the same private network. Your servers can communicate privately and securely between each other (within a dedicated VLAN).
You no longer need to worry about renting racks in a datacentre. You can get all the servers and switches you need delivered and installed, with guaranteed hardware maintenance.
Your servers communicate securely within your private network (VLAN). You can choose to make your servers solely accessible via your private network and/or via the public network. Your private network is physically managed by datacentere, so no software applications or network configuration are required on your servers.
The Cisco ASR 9000 devices serve as a bridge for the vRack. They are at the gateway to each datacentre and linked to each other in order to route the data without passing through the public network. The Nexus 6000s and Nexus 2000s act as network gateways to interconnect your different servers.
With fibre optic interconnexions deployed and managed using DWDM devices, the datacentre network offers a total capacity of 3 Tbps. The links between each datacentre are doubled so that they can easily change route if necessary and benefit from 100 Gbps coherent.