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SingleHop Launches VMware-based Virtual Private Cloud

SingleHop Launches VMware-based Virtual Private Cloud

SingleHop announces the launch of its new Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) infrastructure service.


This article originally appeared at The WHIR

Managed cloud hosting provider SingleHop announced on Tuesday that it has launched its new Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) infrastructure service. The offering leverages enterprise technologies from VMware, Veeam, EMC and others to provide a scalable private cloud.

VPC is integrated with SingleHop’s proprietary cloud automation and orchestration platform and gives customers granular control over resource allocation.

Based on VMware vSphere and VMware vCloud Director, SingleHop’s VPC offering has achieved VMware Hybrid Cloud Powered status. This means that its cloud service is interoperable with a customer’s VMware-based internal data center.

Using SingleHop’s LEAP interface, customers can deploy an unlimited number of virtual private clouds, and can manage them via VMware’s vCloud Director.

“Deploying a Virtual Private Cloud solves a number of common problems for businesses today. First, the pricing model is allocation-driven, easy to understand and fixed, meaning you don’t pay more just because you deploy a new Virtual Server inside of a Virtual Private Cloud,” Jordan Jacobs, Vice President of Products at SingleHop said. “Second, it’s scalable, in two ways. You can allocate and reallocate your resources to any Virtual Server inside of your Virtual Private Cloud anytime you want. And finally, the size of your Virtual Private Cloud itself can be scaled quickly and easily.”

SingleHop is part of the VMware vCloud Air Network of partners, which gives the company access to VMware technology to provide a VMware-based cloud infrastructure.

Last month, SingleHop launched its Enterprise On Demand Technology Partner Program, which brings enterprise-class technologies into its proprietary automation platform LEAP including solutions from initial partners Alert Logic and Radware.

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