Consonus Introduces New Virtual Infrastructure-On-Demand Service
According to its announcement Wednesday, Consonus Virtual infrastructure services, known as VIS, provides secure virtual environments that delivers high availability and the ability to expand and contract dynamically for production environments or for disaster recovery. VIS Consonus can meet the growing demands of data without costly investments in computing infrastructure.
“Consonus is an operator of the main data center and has always demonstrated its expertise in managed services,” sales vice BLUELOCK Brian Wolff said in a statement. “BLUELOCK is excited to grow our partnership with Consonus as allowing more companies to access enterprise cloud computing solutions at a lower price.”
Administered and managed in a fully redundant and secure SAS70 certified data center type II Consonus VIS offers a fully integrated solution for disaster recovery. The infrastructure-in the resolution of the lawsuit also includes physical infrastructure such as servers, routers, firewalls, switches and storage devices, and 24x7x365 customer service.
Consonus latest offering data center is ideal for midsize businesses that may lack the capital and internal IT resources to run both virtual environments site. To help customers determine their needs, Consonus provides financial and technical teams who are experts in assessing customer environments today’s data center and development of integrated strategies and return on investment analysis for migration from physical to virtual environments managed.
Consonus VIS is the product of a partnership with technology management services and hosted virtual IT environments provider BLUELOCK (www.bluelock.com), creating pre-configured, secure and resilient infrastructure environments demand.
Consonus Vice President Daniel Milburn said the association with BLUELOCK has been extremely successful. “Our customers depend on us to deliver IT solutions and expertise of this partnership is a smart extension of the services we already offer,” said Milburn.