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A virtual server is a separate virtual machine with a preinstalled operating system (we provide Ubuntu/Centos, Windows 2008/2012) and 1 IP. These servers are not connected to each other through local network.
A virtual data center is a pool of cloud resources (vCPU, RAM, disk space, and one or more IPs). From these resources you can create a virtual machine with the required configuration from a template with a pre-installed OS or install OS from your own ISO-image. You can also work with numerous network settings (local networks, NAT, Firewall, load balancer), to organize virtual machines into clusters (vApp) according to their intended purpose (web server, database). The virtual data center is managed in the Personal Account and VMware vCloud Director panel.
The following chart will help you understand the features of these two services:
|Features||Linux/Windows virtual server||Virtual data-center|
|Web console access to virtual machine|
|SSH, RDP access|
|Expand disk space without changing tariff|
|Install your own operating system|
|Create your own virtual machine templates|
|Import/export virtual machine templates, ISO-images|
|Create local network|
|Order additional IPs|
|Increase Internet speed up to 1 GB/s|
Which one will fit me better?
Choose a virtual data center, if: