vRack services can be connected with enterprise, infrastructure and gaming dedicated servers.
3 options to go further with the vRack
What is a vRack?
VRack is a technology that allows grouping together of multiple servers irrespective of size, number, or location on the same private network using a virtual switch to connect them. The vRack also completely helps you to separate critical servers within a private VLAN. With the help of the vRack, communication between your servers is not routed through a public network but secured with the private 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.
Connecting your server
VRack requires a bridge and a gateway for it connectivity. The Cisco ASR 9000 serves the former while the Nexus 6000s and Nexus 2000s acts for the later to your interconnect different servers. The whole procedure is to enable routing of data through a private and secure means without passing through the public network.
Data Center links are doubled to enhance route change if necessary and benefit from 100Gbps consistently. The process is achieved using the optic interconnections, which is deployed and managed using DWDM devices and digitalberg network offers a total capacity of 3Tbps.
The network enables super-fast inter-datacentre links:
Roubaix => Beauharnois: 40 ms
Gravelines => Strasbourg: 9 ms