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Varrow to Offer VMware vCloud Hybrid Service

Varrow Inc., today announced they intend to offer VMware vCloud Hybrid Service. VMware vCloud Hybrid Service is a secure infrastructure-as-a-service built on the trusted foundation of vSphere. Leveraging Varrow’s proven experience and expertise of private cloud infrastructure, Varrow can help customers move toward a hybrid cloud based on the same VMware platform in an easily integrated way.

"Varrow is excited to offer VMware vCloud Hybrid Service. vCloud Hybrid Service is an excellent fit within Varrow's cloud services strategy. Additionally, vCloud Hybrid Service is a great solution for those organizations that wish to adopt a simple infrastructure-as-a-service model with the flexibility to build a comprehensive hybrid cloud model," said Aaron Dawson, Managed Services Practice Director, Varrow.

"We are pleased to partner with Varrow to offer VMware vCloud Hybrid Service™, enabling customers to obtain comprehensive IT services from partners, while providing an easy and fast path to achieve the agility and efficiency of the public cloud," said Frank Rauch, vice president, Americas Partner Organization, VMware. "VMware vCloud Hybrid Service is built on the trusted foundation of VMware vSphere, and provides customers with a common platform to seamlessly extend their data center to the cloud, without having to change or re-write their applications."

Varrow is known for the quality of our technical talent and the passion of our people. We continually strive to build trusted, caring relationships with our customers, our partners, and each other. Varrow provides world-class technology solutions through advanced consulting, design, and managed services from the industry’s most talented engineers. Our solution focus includes data storage management, virtualization, disaster recovery, and cloud.

Published Tuesday, September 03, 2013 7:02 PM by David Marshall
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