RackHigh Launches VMware Based Enterprise Private Cloud Computing Services

RackHigh Launches VMware Based Enterprise Private Cloud Computing Services
RackHigh Launches VMware Based Enterprise Private Cloud Computing Services

Highly secure and industry standard compliant enterprise private cloud computing service would provide the industry grade performance for the enterprise customers.

RackHigh has announced this weekend on Sun, March 16, 2014 that its newly established private cloud computing service will be available for official launch. This new service will offer the private cloud environment that is powered by the vSphere Enterprise Plus platform of VMware.

While talking about the features and capabilities of this new private cloud computing service, the company said that it is a single-tenant pool of cloud computing resources with very rich features related to security and reliability. The service offers custom built for every client and directly connected to a highly scalable SAN storage solution of the company. In short, the private cloud offered by RackHigh is highly secure, scalable, flexible and reliable that meet all requirements of a robust industry grade cloud computing solutions for the enterprises.

According to the official statement of the company, the purpose designed, rule based auto scaling, custom built, automatic failover, remote system administration, live migration and industry grade security are other salient features of this private cloud service. The customers can deploy a virtually unlimited number of virtual machines within this private cloud computing service offered by the company. This service is also capable of handling multiple windows based or Linux based workloads and applications, which can easily be managed through another powerful VMware platform called vFabric.

While talking about the strengths of this enterprise private cloud service, the CEO of the company Mr. Shafiq Ur Rehman said, “Our VMware Enterprise Private Cloud stands out in the market because it enables users to deploy any number of virtual machines with no fluctuation in costs, as there is no hourly billing or per-user fee – Organizations can use it to deploy resources much faster to individual departments, because they can create and destroy virtual machines on the fly. It’s ideal for companies that have concerns relating to privacy or need to meet certain compliance standards that cannot be fulfilled with public cloud options.”

Shafiq further elaborated that they are offering a highly customized, private cloud service that combines enterprise cloud and automation platforms together. He further added that, “When it comes to Private Clouds, we’re setting the gold standard. With our new Enterprise Private Cloud offering, we’re combining the power of two of the industry’s best platforms; our own infrastructure automation platform and VMware’s vCloud Enterprise Plus cloud technology.”

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Question by call r: Cloud computing is becoming popular and it is expected most organizations will have some applications on it. D?
Cloud computing is becoming popular and it is expected most organizations will have some applications on it. Describe what applications would be suitable for cloud computing. Give examples

Best answer:

Answer by Mr. Smartypants
Cloud computing is using an entire network of storage, printing, etc. as a single computer. It’s just a way for users of a network to be more ‘in touch’.

Applications. Well, word processing for instance. All the official company documents will come up in a single folder, as if they were all on your own machine, even though they’re really distributed over many computers in the company. This includes reports, drawings, advertising, procedures and instructions, etc. etc. that are used throughout the company.

Databases are another application. If you want a report on an employee you don’t have to ask the Personnel Dept to send you a report, you can access the database yourself, from anywhere in the company (with the right permissions, of course).

My GF was a technical writer, writing instruction manuals for software. At any given moment, she could access the latest revision of the software and try different parts of it to use for her instructions. And the people using the software in-house could access the latest parts of her manual.

There are collaborative projects that have many people working on them, often on different continents. With cloud computing, everyone is working in the same ‘space’. Like two mechanics working on different parts of the came car, except one is in Philadelphia and the other is in Jerusalem. But at any time you can compile the project, or print it out, and everyone’s latest changes are there. Pretty cool if you think about it.

What do you think? Answer below!

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VMware Strengthens Cloud Infrastructure Strategy, Introduces New Products to Drive IT as a Service

VMworld 2010 Europe, VMware Inc. (NYSE: VMW), the global leader in virtualization and cloud infrastructure, continued to expand its strategy for modern IT infrastructures, announcing new and enhanced products and programs to help enterprises and service providers achieve the benefits of cloud computing while maintaining the control and freedom of choice they require.

Introduced at VMworld 2010 in San Francisco, IT as a Service is the transformation of IT to a more business-centric approach, focusing on outcomes such as operational efficiency, competitiveness and rapid response. This means IT will shift from producing IT services to optimizing production and consumption of those services in ways consistent with business requirements. This will change the role of IT from a cost center to a center of strategic value.

“The transformation of IT infrastructure to a hybrid cloud model has begun,” said Raghu Raghuram, senior vice president and general manager, Virtualization and Cloud Platforms, VMware. “VMware continues to drive this next generation of IT forward with solutions for enterprises and service providers that promise to redefine IT’s relationship with its business partners and enable IT services to be consumed when and how they best serve the goals of the business.”

The VMware cloud infrastructure and management vision is an evolutionary model of IT infrastructure based on virtualization that unifies hybrid, private and public cloud resource pools with consistent security, compliance, management and quality of service. Building on the VMware vSphere™ foundation, the cloud infrastructure products and services VMware announced in August at VMworld 2010 in San Francisco – VMware vCloud™ Director, the VMware vShield™ product family and VMware vCloud Datacenter Services – introduced a hybrid cloud model that seamlessly bridges private and public clouds.

VMware is also expanding its VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP), more than doubling the number of products available to participants and introducing new, simpler pay-for-use bundles and licensing. The addition of VMware vCloud Director, the Zimbra™ Collaboration Suite, the VMware vShield product family, VMware vCenter CapacityIQ, and several other VMware products will allow VSPP service providers to expand their offerings beyond infrastructure services to include platform as a service, desktop as a service, email hosting and many other incremental cloud services.

A cornerstone of the VMware vCloud Initiative, the VSPP provides pay-for-use licensing, market development funding, access to software and other programs to help service providers grow their businesses. Since its launch in 2008, the VSPP has experienced rapid growth with more than 2,900 service providers in the program today and 145 percent growth in the last 12 months.

About VMworld 2010 Europe
VMworld 2010 Europe builds on the theme of “Virtual Roads, Actual Clouds” laid out at VMworld 2010 in San Francisco in August. The European event will feature more than 115 unique breakout sessions from VMware and its ecosystem of partners and customers that are driving innovation in virtualization and cloud computing. More than 113 sponsors and exhibitors are supporting the conference including Global Diamond sponsors Cisco, Dell, EMC and NetApp; Global Platinum sponsors HP and Intel; and Platinum sponsors CA Technologies, Fujitsu, IBM, Mitel, Symantec, VCE and Wyse. Leading off the General Session keynote is VMware President and CEO Paul Maritz and CTO and Senior Vice President of R&D Steve Herrod on Tuesday, October 12 at 9 a.m. CEST (3 a.m. EST).

About VMware
VMware delivers virtualization and cloud infrastructure solutions that enable IT organizations to energize businesses of all sizes. With the industry leading virtualization platform – VMware vSphere™ – customers rely on VMware to reduce capital and operating expenses, improve agility, ensure business continuity, strengthen security and go green. With 2009 revenues of $2 billion, more than 190,000 customers and 25,000 partners, VMware is the leader in virtualization which consistently ranks as a top priority among CIOs. VMware is headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices throughout the world. source