Get acquainted with an example of a private cloud used in the gaming industry. We will share how we created a secure and fault-tolerant cloud for business use to guarantee stable access to the client’s services.
What kind of private cloud did the client need?
By the time the project had started, the client already had experience working with another provider who offered computing resources in a data center in the Netherlands. The client wished to increase the level of data security and to improve the performance of his main IT infrastructure. This led the client to consider our Tier III+ data center in Germany with multi-level security systems, fault-tolerant power sources and round-the-clock tech support.
The client’s key requirement was to ensure data safety for the business and for the client’s player base. Considering the heavy workloads with significant activity peaks, as well as the specifics of the client’s industry, we offered to build a fault-tolerant private cloud based on a server cluster with a separate data storage system.
- to build a redundant cloud cluster based on dedicated servers with separate data storage and a data storage system in the remote data center;
- to organize a LAN network within the cluster with an internal bandwidth of 10 Gbit/s;
- to connect the cluster to WAN with a bandwidth of 1 Gbit/s.