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#115859 9-Apr-2013 14:54
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Today I phone Vodafone about there Private cloud service and I spoke to about four people and none of them knew what it was or did not have any training to comment. The funny bit was I was tolled to phone the 0508 number to get better more information, ironically that was the number I called in the first place.

The impression I got was that it was an existing service brought over from Telstraclear as part of the merger and nobody as Vodafone could help.

My question is, is anybody using this service, how much does it cost and is it located in NZ?





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  #795745 9-Apr-2013 17:30
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The private cloud solution is for Business customers - virtual servers hosted in NZ, available only on private data network (Vodafone Private IP).

PM your details to me and I'll have one of the chaps call you back if you're interested.



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  #795763 9-Apr-2013 18:09
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Sounds pretty basic? What are the costs out of interest for the servers and connectivity?




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  #795988 10-Apr-2013 09:25
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Zeon: Sounds pretty basic? What are the costs out of interest for the servers and connectivity?


I would be interested to know this information as well.

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  #796992 10-Apr-2013 09:56
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Zeon: Sounds pretty basic? What are the costs out of interest for the servers and connectivity?


Probably anything but basic. Antonios gave you a general description. There probably is a lot of complexity happening behind the scenes for things to look "basic".





 

 

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  #803478 22-Apr-2013 09:40
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The upshot is quite expensive and servers are located in HP's data centre. I don't want to reveal the price as it was quoted to my company and would guess it's not truly apply for others.





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