XcellCloud | Virtual Private Cloud

Easily secure your cloud resources within private, isolated networks.
  • Firewall
  • VPN

    Private Routing

    Logging Load Balance

    Load Balance

    BGP Routing

    Intrusion Prevention Service

    VPC to VPC


    You are in the driver's seat with XcellHost VPC

    Flexible Infrastructure Components

    Private Network

    Your Virtual Private Cloud in Action



    Restrict access to your servers with the XcellHost Managed Firewall.


    Securely connect to your XcellHost VPC on a smartphone, computer, office, etc. via XcellHost's VPN.

    Private Routing

    Connect between other cloud servers without the need for an external IP address.


    XcellHost captures network traffic going in and out of your VPC and integrates this into an easy-to-read report.

    Load Balance

    Distribute incoming traffic load across multiple XcellHost servers for improved performance and redundancy.

    BGP Routing

    Enable Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) to your VPN and route your own IP ranges to XcellHost's Cloud infrastructure.

    Intrusion Prevention Service

    XcellHost's Intrusion Prevention Service analyzes network traffic flows and blocks the malicious security threats from coming into your VPC.

    VPC to VPC

    Connect your VPC network across other projects or even other companies (upon request) with secure VPN tunnels.


    XcellHost VPC with Managed Firewall

    In this scenario, the Firewall NATs a public IP address to the private IP address on the server. By default, all ports on the firewall are closed. To open a port, a request needs to be made to our SOC team detailing the specific port to open. For example, you may be running a web server, and you would need to open port 443 to allow HTTPS traffic to flow through

    XcellHost VPC with VPN and NAT

    In this scenario, we have the same functionality as the VPC with the XcellHost Managed Firewall, but with the addition of a secure virtual private network (VPN) from your network. This gives your company's system admins, developers, and other authorized personnel a secure way of accessing the environment. XcellHost uses IPsec and OpenVPN to connect, and we can connect our firewall to your firewall or our firewall to your device. Public IPs still NAT to private IPs, and ports can still be opened and closed.

    XcellHost VPC with VPN without NAT

    Like XcellHost's VPC with VPN and NAT, we can create a secure tunnel from your corporate network to the XcellHost cloud infrastructure. Additionally, we can completely segment off the public network to the cloud servers. This creates a complete extension of your network into the VPC.

    XcellHost VPC with Load Balancing

    In this scenario, we have added load balancing to the VPC. With load balancing, incoming traffic can be distributed across multiple XcellHost Cloud servers. This creates better performance and additional redundancy.

    XcellHost VPC with Replication

    In this scenario, we have added replication to another site with VPC for redundancy purposes. This creates a hot copy of your server to a completely different facility. In a disaster event, we can fail everything over from one facility to the next.


    Professional support and active monitoring 24/7/365
    Redundant bandwidth connectivity and multiple gigabit availability
    100% network uptime SLA
    Fully-managed application infrastructure with the help of our tier engineers.
    Automatically scale-in and scale-out
    Simple control panel
    On-demand provisioning
    Easy access to our team of expert
    Lessen your capex spend into an affordable opex model (own vs rent)


    XcellHost Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is a logically isolated network for cloud resources. VPC gives you more control over how your resources communicate, with isolation reminiscent of what you might achieve running systems on premises.


    Easily create multiple VPCs through our developer-friendly dashboard, CLI, and API. We automatically create VPCs for your resources when you don’t want to customize network settings.


    Configure your VPC to meet your precise requirements. Specify an IP address range to interconnect another network. Or configure Firewalls to control traffic in and out.


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    • Organizations that benefit most from VPCs are companies that need a private cloud environment but also want public cloud resources and savings.
    • VPCs come with all the features you’d expect from a public cloud, including: 1. Agility A VPC provides full control over the size of your network and the ability to deploy and scale resources at any time. 2. Security Although a VPC is part of a public cloud, VPCs are logically isolated networks so your data and applications are entirely separate from your provider’s other clients. Access is limited to your resources, unless you grant this. Logical isolation makes a VPC environment inherently more secure. However, public cloud security isn’t automatic, even with VPC – it must be intentionally deployed. Cloud security is always a shared responsibility between a cloud provider and its clients. Regardless of the cloud environment, users must take steps to secure data and applications in the cloud. For example, public cloud environments like Amazon AWS can be secured with third-party applications that automatically detect and manage threats. 3. Affordability VPCs are cost-effective. You’ll save money on hardware, labor, and other related cloud resources. The cloud provider will be responsible for all maintenance and upkeep for all physical servers and software. 4. Availability A virtual private cloud offers redundancy and fault-tolerant availability zone architectures to decrease downtime and keep applications and workloads available every moment.
    • Virtual private clouds can be configured to tighten down security at the highest level. For instance, an organization can create virtualized replicas of access control features usually employed by traditional data centers. Like data center security, a VPC can control access to resources by IP address.
    • When moving to the cloud, using a VPC is an affordable way to make sure your network infrastructure will grow with your business over time. It doesn’t make sense for most businesses to invest in private cloud infrastructure when a more affordable alternative – a VPC – is readily available.