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All prices exclude GST.
bandwidth (from your Mission Critical Server to the end-user who is
viewing your content) is included on an unmetered basis, and is subject
to an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP). Included inbound bandwidth or data
usage will be quoted according to the specific design of your
environment. Custom bandwidth pricing can be provided for additional
Systems available with the service are 64-bit and comprise Ubuntu, Debian,
Windows Server 2008; Red Hat Enterprise is available
for an additional charge. Non-standard OS are available, however the
client is solely responsible for management and patching of
same OS. Host Management includes management (monitoring, proactive
troubleshooting and fault resolution) of the included standard OS.
***Web & DB Server Installation - Microsoft:
IIS, ASP, .NET 2.0, PHP; Linux: Apache 2.x, PHP, MYSQL, PostgreSQL. Management of Web & DB software included with Enterprise Managed services involves monitoring, proactive troubleshooting, and ensuring software is running with escalation through to the application owner if required. No DBA work is
included in software management. Installation of other software will
incur Professional Services.
+Microsoft: IIS, ASP, .NET 2.0, PHP; Linux: Apache 2.x, PHP
instance each of Server and Website Monitoring for all plans
(additional monitoring available for purchase). One instance of either Standard or Enterprise Application Monitoring included in each Enterprise VM plan.
+++Unlimited domains name management and hosting applies only to domains that are registered or transferred to Bulletproof.
Patch Management includes liaison with customer to test, plan and
rollout new patches that may affect their environment
balancing setup for Managed Services includes infrastructure changes,
but does not include server configuration for load balancing.
Setup for Managed Enterprise services includes both infrastructure and server
^^^External IP addresses are allocated based on standard ARIN/APNIC justification rules (one per server plus one per SSL etc)
If backups are considered mission critical or if data or server
configuration archiving is required, the Enterprise Managed Backup
service should be purchased.