Xand Provides Kubisys Thin Capture Technology to Hosting Customers
Increase their managed hosting services, X and Y (www.xand.com) has partnered with data center provider Kubisys software (www.kubisys.com) to offer its “capture fine” The technology, which offers organizations the ability to quickly and easily create clones of your production environment for testing software.
According to the announcement of X and Y on Thursday, X and Y will be using a capture device rack-mountable slim to expand its offerings to customers hosting. Thin cloning capture offers full production environment in just 15 minutes, keeping the production network configuration complete, the application stack and the data set.
“The Thin Kubisys capture device will help us provide tremendous value to our customers,” said the director of X and alliance partners Aarti Comstock said in a statement. “Thin Kubisys capture offers a truly innovative way to optimize the processes of change management, testing and quality control, allowing our team to quickly deploy the replicas of production and run what-if” scenarios for our clients, saving them time and money. ”
Cloning point in time will be an addition to the full X and managed hosting solutions for companies, including application and server hosting, security, data storage, systems engineering, network operations, Internet connectivity and business continuity suites of office, and now.
“Kubisys is very pleased to partner with X and Y to use our fast innovative production system cloning solution,” said executive director Kubisys Vasken Setrakian in a statement. “The experience of X and Y in the data center infrastructure and operations, which now includes Delgada capture, allow them to expand their solution offerings. We look forward to working together to significantly improve software testing and deployment capabilities of many customers X and Y “.
X and maintains a data center of 30,000 square feet at its headquarters 30 miles north of Manhattan, as well as space in several places in the hotels of the major airlines, each connected by a different backbone defeated, privately owned and operated optical fiber.