Cloud Operations

Enterprise Compute

About Enterprise Compute The Enterprise Compute service enables ASET to consolidate four services into one. CPU, Memory, OS License, and base storage for virtual machines (VMs) are now known collectively as Enterprise Compute. What problems it solves The four services consolidated as a single

Shared File Server

About Shared File Server The Shared File Server service is a low-cost solution for customers that want their data in a secure, managed environment. Customers on the Shared File Server are separated both logically and physically. Each customer will have their own data space that is only accessible by

Virtual CPU

About Virtual CPU The Virtual Central Processing Unit (CPU) is a physical central processing unit assigned to a virtual machine which gives the operating system the ability to calculate the number of concurrent operations that it can perform. Virtual CPU allows agencies to add and remove CPUs to and

Virtual RAM

About Virtual RAM The Virtual RAM (Random Access Memory) service allows space for your computer or server to write and read information to be accessed by the CPU (Central Processing Unit). This allows agencies to add and remove memory to their existing on-prem servers or cloud instances. What

Virtual Instance License

About Virtual Instance License Virtual Instance License provides agencies the ability to leverage ADOA-ASET for volume licensing for OS (Operating Systems) loaded on virtual servers hosted by the ADOA managed services team. Agencies that have Windows licensing will receive other licenses at a

Virtual Storage

About Virtual Storage Virtual Storage provides agencies with a solution to add additional storage to existing virtual machines. This service is built on the most up-to-date disk technology, which provides fast response times while sustaining large numbers of data transfers. What problems it solves

System Backup

About System Backup System backup is a solution for backing up server OS (Operating Systems) and data in the event the OS or data becomes corrupted, lost, or deleted and needs to be restored. In the event of system data loss, the backup process duplicates state files and data of the current computer