Virtual private cloud (VPC)

Tenants can be connected into a logical cloud instance called a virtual private cloud (VPC). The VPC is the user’s private space within the Pan-Net cloud, where its components (VMs or containers) belong to the same administrative domain.

The VPC is fully isolated from other tenants, which gives the user freedom in creating applications and networking between them without any risk of interference (see Figure 1).

A VPC has no limitation in terms of bandwidth and traffic volume. Security rules and traffic filtering is set by the Pan-Net service operations team as requested by the user. The same security policies apply for all components within the VPC. No NAT function is used between tenants.

Figure 1. Structure of a virtual private cloud.

More details about VPC can be found under Concepts in Virtual private cloud