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New Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platform from NaviSite

Article Type: News          Published: 08-2013         Views: 4526   



NaviCloud Director will give cloud-based businesses access to VMware APIs and developer community.

NaviSite has launched NaviCloud Director – a VMware vCloud Powered Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) platform that uses VMware vCloud Director 5.1, and is designed to provide cloud-based businesses a more flexible, customisable, enterprise class, production-oriented hybrid cloud environment. NaviCloud Director further enhances NaviSite’s public cloud portfolio by offering businesses an IaaS platform designed for truly virtualised applications. To build the new platform, NaviSite took into account its extensive experience in cloud services in addition to industry needs, upcoming trends and feedback from its customers and partners.

NaviCloud Director will give customers access to VMware APIs and developer community. In addition, customers will be able to customise their networking architecture to map specifically to their technology philosophy.

“VMware has partnered with NaviSite to integrate NaviCloud solutions on vCloud Director,” said Geoff Waters, senior director, Cloud Service Provider Programs, VMware. “We are proud to partner with NaviSite as they continue to deliver innovative cloud solutions for its enterprise customers, powered by vCloud Director.”

“NaviSite has always designed its solutions to meet customer needs, and introducing NaviCloud in 2010 was the first step to taking our customers to the cloud,” said David Grimes, Chief Technology Officer, NaviSite. “Today we recognise that customers are more savvy about cloud computing, so we’re excited to offer them a solution that will give them a truly user-defined cloud environment, but with the support of NaviSite’s Army of Experts should they need it.”

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