IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+

Managed cloud services for your enterprise infrastructure

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Facilitate differentiation with flexible configuration options

IBM SmartCloud Enterprise+ is not a one-size fits all solution. With flexible configuration options, you can configure your cloud infrastructure to meet your unique needs. With access to a variety of standard configuration options, you gain the flexibility to choose the appropriate configuration that meets both the capacity and performance requirements of your application workloads across many different types of use cases.

Your choice of enterprise operating systems

x86 operating system

IBM Power Systems™ operating system

Your choice of virtual machine capacity options

We offer a set of standard, pre-defined configurations for CPU, memory and storage for individual instances. With this approach, you gain flexibility as well as cost-effectiveness.

x86 options 32-bit configurations 64-bit configurations

Small Medium Large Small Medium Large Extra large
Virtual CPUs 1 2 4 1 2 4 8
Virtual memory (gigabytes) 1 2 4 2 4 8 16
Instance storage (gigabytes) 64 128 192 64 128 192 384
IBM Power Systems options 64-bit configurations

Small Medium Large Extra large Jumbo
Virtual CPUs 1 2 4 8 16
Virtual memory (gigabytes) 2 4 8 16 32
Instance storage (gigabytes) 64 128 192 384 512

Your choice of software

IBM and non-IBM software can be included in the service catalog at your request, including:

Managed services based on ITIL practices to provide governance and control

Monitoring and management of operating systems (OS) include:

ITIL-based managed services for more consistent and efficient service management include:

You may also choose supporting managed services to enable additional management and resiliency:

Self-service web portal for rapid access

Designed for ease of use, our self-service portal offers automated service activation to speed provisioning times and reduce the need for error-prone and manual processes.

Using a standardized, web-based portal, you request the creation or destruction of an environment through a graphical user interface. At a high level, the provisioning process involves the creation of an instance based on four key areas: