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Managed Private Cloud

Secure and controlled
cloud hosting

Experience the advantages of cloud technology on our single-tenant private cloud infrastructure, powered by VMware. With hardware dedicated to your business, enjoy improved security and control.
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The next generation of private cloud

We know that most businesses require a secure hosting solution that is easy to deploy and manage, and is scalable on demand. Enjoy greater performance, flexibility and increased cost-savings in a controlled, cloud environment – running on hardware that is dedicated to your organisation.






Why managed private cloud?

  • Zero downtime maintenance
  • No single point of failure
  • Full control of your server – no shared resources
  • 20 Minute hardware SLA
  • Lightning-fast HP 3PAR SANs

Best-in-class managed private cloud infrastructure

Discover our fully managed private cloud infrastructure, running on our high availability VMware platform. Our private cloud has dedicated HP blades to host VMs and storage with lightning-fast HP 3PAR SANs. All solutions can be set up to run across multiple data centres for disaster recovery.

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Discover our managed private cloud benefits


Global presence

When choosing where to host your data, it is important to consider where your end-user is located. The shorter the journey to the data centre, the better the performance will be. With 35 global locations to choose from you can ensure you close proximity to your customers, guaranteeing low latency.


Anti DDoS

Security is the backbone of our business. Therefore, to protect your business against malicious attacks, we have an extensive suite of security features available. We include 1GB of DDoS protection with every plan, at no additional cost. Many hosting providers will charge for this service.


Resilient power & cooling

Our data centres all offer multiple layers of redundancy for power and cooling, from a minimum of N+1 at some sites, right through to N+N at others. Power is fed diversely from separate national grids with UPS and on-site generators available to take over where necessary, ensuring no drop in service.


20-minute hardware SLA

Whilst a lot of our competitors offer a 20-30 minute SLA, this is for the response times of requests. If you select our recommended HPE BladeSystem servers, we can guarantee any faulty hardware will be identified, resolved and fixed within 20 minutes.


High availability built-in

We only offer high-availability platforms, running a minimum of two servers per customer to allow for failover if necessary. We eliminate single points of failure by using redundant BladeServer hardware to ensure your solution is running at optimal performance, at all times.


Extra-mile support

Our global support team are here to support your machine and make complex hosting simple. We got rid of tiered support, so when you call, you get straight through to your dedicated technical support engineer who will be ready to help you immediately.

Find your global data centre

Select your location

Take advantage of our strategic partnerships with leading data centre specialists and multiple bandwidth partners. Enjoy access to world-class technology, flexible service contracts and industry-leading SLAs with our global hosting offering.

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Features of VMware managed private cloud

We use VMware technology to power our cloud platform. VMware offers the leading software for server virtualisation and allows us to provide high performance, always available and easily scalable cloud solutions.

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Lean on our private cloud experts

Our experts can help you to overcome unique challenges around your cloud infrastructure, leading to improved levels of service and reduced costs.

With powerful computing infrastructure and expert management, we help to increase productivity, drive innovation and ultimately grow your business.

Use case

Keeping mission-critical applications online

Transactional websites such as holiday booking engines require uptime SLAs that match their mission-critical needs, especially at peak times throughout the year. Online travel agent, Travcorp, needed to get up and running on their private cloud very quickly. Our experts migrated them over to Hyve’s infrastructure in just one weekend, allowing them to start making transactions - and ultimately revenue - as soon as possible.

Use case

Data sovereignty, security and compliance

Maintaining regulatory compliance in the pharmaceutical industry is nothing short of essential. We helped Odyssey VC meet regulatory and compliance needs due to their clients’ reluctance to use mainstream public cloud services. Hyve enabled them to move their compliance software from in-house legacy infrastructure to a secure private cloud environment in multiple EU-compliant locations, including Dublin and Madrid.


Private cloud frequently asked questions

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Insights related to Managed Private Cloud with VMware

How we are supporting customers through the changes to VMware by Broadcom

How we are supporting customers through the changes to VMware by Broadcom

We have been officially announced as a VMware Cloud Service Provider partner at the Premier Partner level in the Broadcom Advantage Partner Program.

Hyve Managed Hosting has joined the Broadcom Advantage Partner Program

Hyve Managed Hosting has joined the Broadcom Advantage Partner Program

Global cloud hosting provider has been recognised as a VMware Cloud Service Provider partner at the Premier Partner level in the Broadcom Advantage Partner Program.

What is a VMware VCPU?

What is a VMware VCPU?

A vCPU stands for virtual central processing unit. One or more vCPUs are assigned to every Virtual Machine (VM) within a cloud environment. Each vCPU is seen as a single physical CPU core by the VM's operating system.