Flexiant Launches New Cloud Virtualization Platform
That hosting companies compete with global market leaders in the field of virtualization of clouds, the software developer Flexiant (www.flexiant.com) has launched their cloud Extility FlexiScale service, which offers a proven alternative and viable to develop a cloud computing platform in the premises.
According to the announcement on Tuesday Flexiant, Extility is a virtualized cloud platform license that provides all the benefits of server management in real time of goods to end users through its user interface and API. For these benefits to end user the ability to shape the server requirements to meet and exceed the demands of a constantly changing market landscape, allowing server provisioning and reconfiguration in minutes or seconds instead of hours or days.
“We have been pioneers in cloud computing for six years and worked in the web hosting industry for 12 years,” said Tony Lucas Flexiant founder. “We know this industry inside out and we believe will transform Extility Internet hosting to enable scalable services accessible technology to reduce operating costs and carbon footprint.”
Participants can not only enjoy the competitive advantage of providing world class, scalable services, but also the cost savings using Extility unified platform, which means you will be able to do so at reasonable prices in a market that analysts Gartner project to compensate more than 20 percent of corporate IT infrastructure in five years.
FlexiScale Extility Flexiant is based on cloud virtualization software. Now in its final beta test cycle, FlexiScale 2.0 will launch 23 March 2010. A complete reconstruction of the first cloud platform in Europe, FlexiScale 2.0 not only allows end users benefit from a fully scalable hosting infrastructure, but also extends to the world IT services companies with the opportunity Messaging to expand its offering to existing customers, while differentiating their services in an increasingly demanding market, where almost all IT services have been commoditised.