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Platform as a Service (PaaS)

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Over the Wire is offering a special Platform as a Service (PaaS) bundle designed for customers to build their own virtualised environments. This bundle allows business to configure and manage their environments without the need to invest in the expensive infrastructure that “as-a-service” products typically require. PaaS comes with the following resources as standard, however additional resources and Microsoft licenses can be purchased as required. Alternatively, companies wishing to start small can purchase a PaaS Starter Pack.

Platform as a Service (PaaS) Bundle - vCPUs RAm, Disk, Recovery, and Portal Access

Access to Over the Wire’s Portal provides you with full control over your environment, allowing you to build VM’s, allocate resources, and manage and monitor your systems, while Point in Time Recovery comes as standard for 1.2TB of disk space. The PaaS Bundle also comes with a one month cooling off period as standard. Companies may choose to terminate their contract at any time during this period without penalty*. Organisations will also receive one free month at the beginning of their contract for every year they commit to.

$1200.00

per month
Ex. GST

 

$1200.00

Setup Fee
Ex. GST

 

First Month Free
on a 12 Month Contract
First Two Month Free
on a 24 Month Contract
First 3 Months Free
on a 36 Month Contract

PaaS Management Portal Demonstration

Additional Resources

Pricing for additional resources is provided as a guide only. Please consult with your Over the Wire Account Manager for confirmation. Prices are valid as at 1st June 2014. All amounts are ex GST.

Individual Component Pricing

Component

Monthly Charge

Extra vCPU

$24.00

Extra 1GB Memory

$18.00

Extra 1GB Disk

$0.30

Point in Time Recovery (per GB of VM Space)

$0.06

Additional Bundles

If your business requires multiple bundles of resources (in the allocations detailed over the page) these can be purchased at an additional cost of $1200.00 per month. Businesses requiring multiple bundles are not required to pay additional setup fees, however the first one, two, or three month free period will only apply to one of the bundles ordered.

Starter Pack

Platform as a Service (PaaS) Starter Pack - vCPUs RAM, Disk, Recovery, and Portal Access

For businesses wishing to start small, Over the Wire is also offering 12-month starter packs. Should you need to upgrade the starter pack at a later date, you can upgrade to the full bundle by paying the difference for each of the setup and monthly fees ($600.00 once off and +$840.00/month respectively). However, businesses doing this will not be eligible to receive the first one, two, or three free months on their respective contracts. Customers using the starter packs may also purchase additional resources at the prices listed above.

$360.00

per month
Ex. GST

 

$600.00

Setup Fee
Ex. GST

*Cancellation of the contract during the cooling off period will not incur a cancellation charge, however the setup fee is non-refundable.
† For 12, 24, and 36 month contracts the cooling off period constitutes the first free month. Where businesses order multiple bundles the free period will only apply to the first bundle ordered.


Make an Enquiry

We'd love to hear from you. If you are interested in using Over the Wire's PaaS offering, please fill out the form on the right and one of your Account Managers will be in touch. Alternatively, give us a call on 1300 689 689 and ask to speak to an Over the Wire Account Manager today.

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