Idyl is bringing the cloud on-prem.

Idyl Private Cloud is…

On-Demand

Push-button provisioning and deprovisioning allow sysadmins to create or destroy instances in a matter of seconds.

Elastic

Servers, network and storage resources are aggregated into a shared resource pool, allowing services to grow or shrink as necessary.

Multi-tenant

Multiple users can securely stand up containers or VMs on shared physical hosts with network isolation by default.

Cloud-Native

S3-compatible object storage and support for Kubernetes enable organizations to build distributed, cloud-native apps.

Policy Driven

Role-based access controls (RBACs) give organizations the ability to enforce IT policies by limiting user access to services or resources.

Automated

Software-defined infrastructure automates processes and enables small teams to manage even the largest datacenters.

SECURE

SOC-3 and HIPAA compliant. Keep sensitive data and applications on-prem without sacrificing features or ease-of-use of the public clouds.

Resilient

A horizontally distributed architecture eliminates single points of failure, making the system resilient to hardware issues.

Cost Effective

Reign in shadow IT and realize dramatic savings by running high-volume or predictable workloads on-prem.

Future-Proof

An expressive CloudAPI allows third-party tools to integrate and add new functionality. Deploy infrastructure-as-code with Jenkins, Docker, Ansible, Terraform and more.

Rent vs. Own: What’s your cloud strategy?

They say, “Infrastructure is hard.” They say, “Focus on your core business.” They say, “Lift-and-shift to the cloud.” Sounds good…until you get the bill.

Enticed by its convenience and scalability, some companies have gone all-in on the public cloud. It’s hard to blame them. For years, private cloud software left much to be desired. But times have changed, and many enterprises are starting to reconsider whether this approach makes sense for every workload.

Our cloud architects know that there are plenty of good reasons to keep many workloads on-premise—security, compliance, CapEx vs. OpEx and cost control—to name a few. That’s why we’re introducing Idyl Private Cloud, a datacenter management software that brings the ease-of-use of public clouds to a company’s on-premise servers. Idyl Private Cloud leads the industry with next-gen virtualization, cloud-native features and support for third party DevOps tools. Along with high-touch design help and technical support, let us demonstrate the Idyl Private Cloud difference.

Marketing jargon. Piecemeal solutions. Expensive licenses. There’s a better way…


Datacenter virtualization is in need of a refresh. Our hyper-converged cloud software integrates next-gen technologies to revolutionize datacenter utilization. More efficient. More secure. More unified than existing solutions. A single pane of glass with both depth and breadth of visibility. From bare metal to the application layer, across your entire datacenter.

 
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COMPUTE

Trade in your hypervisor for next-gen, dynamic virtualization. Secure, bare-metal containers allow workloads to more efficiently share resources, leading to greater virtualization density. Say goodbye to zombie VMs and over-provisioning. Incorporate self-service provisioning, allowing developers to spin up their own instances, while managing your entire organization’s resources with a centralized administrative portal.

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STORAGE

Designed for the exascale era, our custom clouds offer guarantees against data corruption and near-instant snapshots with deduplication. And with a software-based RAID controller, you can eliminate a common point of hardware failure. Build cloud-native apps with options for object storage and distributed filesystems to achieve high availability for your microservices.

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NETWORK

A private cloud without network virtualization is like a two-legged stool: it just falls over. Independent network stacks —with virtual NICs for every container or VM—means virtualization is baked into your instances, instead of being bolted on top. Create virtual devices, network fabrics and VLANs to easily achieve network isolation for sets of containers or VMs.