NaviSite launches NaviCloud Director IaaS platform
Sep 02, 2013 (MarketLine via COMTEX) --
NaviSite, Inc., a provider of cloud-enabled hosting, managed applications and services, has launched NaviCloud Director, a VMware vCloud Powered IaaS platform that uses VMware vCloud Director 5.1.
NaviCloud Director further enhances NaviSite's public cloud portfolio by offering businesses an IaaS platform designed for truly virtualized 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, the company said.
NaviCloud Director will give customers access to VMware APIs and developer community. In addition, customers will be able to customize their networking architecture to map specifically to their technology philosophy. Advanced users, such as those with in-house vCloud Director experience, will have the ability to access the native vCloud Director user interface for further user flexibility, the company added.
Additional key features include easy access through AppCenter, vCloud Director, and APIs; mix & match billing models for fixed costs or pay as you go; flexible network architectures allowing for optimal application configuration or regulatory compliance; and ability to access and integrate with other NaviCloud and NaviSite Managed Services to accommodate complex applications and business needs, the company reported.
"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 recognize 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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