Capacity is the amount of pooled resources available for allocation to your virtual machines in your Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand environment. You do not allocate resources to your virtual data centers. However, each virtual data center is implemented with initial capacity limitations. Adding multiple virtual data centers expands your capacity limits exponentially.

When you create a virtual data center in Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand, it is created in your environment based on the virtual data center template vdc-template, which allows for the following capacity:

Limits for Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand

Resource

Limits

VIRTUAL DATA CENTERS

Virtual Data Centers/Customer

4 Virtual Data Centers

vCPUs/Virtual Data Center

20 vCPUs (130GHz / 2.6GHz per vCPU)

vCPU Speed/Virtual Data Center

130GHz

Memory/Virtual Data Center

40GB

Storage/Virtual Data Center

4TB Standard Storage

VIRTUAL MACHINES

vCPU/Virtual Machine

20

Memory/Virtual Machine

40GB vRAM

Storage/Disk

4TB Standard Storage

Disks/Virtual Machine

16 (however, Virtual Private Cloud OnDemand supports adding 8 disks/virtual machine—use vCloud Director to add more than 8 disks to a virtual machine)

Powered on Virtual Machines/Virtual Data Center

20

Total Virtual Machines/Virtual Data Center

20 Powered On + Powered Off Virtual Machines = 4TB (Storage/Virtual Data Center)

GATEWAYS AND NETWORKS

Maximum gateways/Virtual Data Center

1

Routed Networks/Gateway

9

Isolated Networks/Gateway

Unlimited

Networks/Virtual Data Center

20

Virtual NICs/Virtual Data Center

100

Network Objects/Virtual Data Center

100

Public IP Addresses/Virtual Data Center

5

Public IP Addresses/Customer

20