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GeoElastic : Adhoc Geo-Targeted Virtual Computing Alliance

Enomaly is proud to announce the creation of the GeoElastic Virtual Computing Alliance. GeoElastic is a adhoc global alliance of hosting providers who have come together to create a global elastic computing cloud of geographically targeted virtual servers.

The GeoElastic Alliance of regional hosting centers enables members to offer collective hosting services that can withstand the crush of daily requests for rich, dynamic, and interactive content, transactions, and applications specifically targeting the regions requiring the most demand. When delivering on these requests, GeoElastic intellegently detects and avoids regional Internet problem spots and vulnerabilities, to ensure web based applications perform optimally, media and software download flawlessly, and applications perform reliably.

Learn More at: http://www.GeoElastic.com

What is What is Virtual Geo-Targeting?

A sudden increase in traffic from China? No problem, the load balancer creates 10 new instances in the Asian Cloud and point all Chinese traffic to those instances.

Geotargeting, or geographical targeting, is a way for servers and applications to automatically adjust for a geographical location. Load Balancing tied directly to geo-targeting allows you to target system resource more specifically to the region requiring the most demand. Each cloud could handle various "storm fronts" and allows customers to intelligently & elastically adapt their environment based on real world conditions. This approach allows for an adaptive scaling for only the regions that require it. By providing operating system level geotargeting, administrators can more intelligently create an elastic computing server environment.

Powered By Enomalism Virtualized Server Dashboard

The Enomalism Virtualized Management Dashboard (VMD) is a powerful open source, web-based virtual server manager built on the XEN hypervisor. Designed to answer the challenges of fragmented hosting environments, Enomalism provides an easy to use interface to provision elastic virtual servers, applications and services using the Enomalism clustered grid environment and the Elastic Computing Platform.

To learn more about Enomalism , visit http://www.enomalism.com

Published Sunday, April 01, 2007 11:47 AM by David Marshall
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