Virtualization Technology News and Information
Concergent Named Virtuozzo Reseller by SWsoft
Concergent, based in Wichita, Kansas, is now authorized to resell SWsoft Virtuozzo operating system server virtualization software, which will be packaged with corporate IT services from Concergent.

Concergent provides backup and co-location services for small-to-large customers throughout the U.S., as well as a full range of information technology services to Midwest clients in a variety of fields including healthcare, education, real estate, manufacturing, and hospitality.

SWsoft Virtuozzo will help to dramatically reduce information technology infrastructure costs by making better use of existing assets, improving flexibility and availability, as well as enhancing overall manageability of IT assets.

"The Virtuozzo technology is an excellent complement to our existing product portfolio," said Dan Reisig, managing member of Concergent. "There is no question that our customers will see significant benefits from this type of cutting-edge OS virtualization technology."

"There is increasing demand for effective virtualization solutions," said Kurt Daniel, vice president of marketing and alliances, SWsoft. "Concergent is a welcome addition to our efforts to deliver IT solutions that meet this growing demand."

SWsoft Virtuozzo dynamically partitions a single Windows or Linux operating system instance into highly-efficient and scalable virtual environments. Virtuozzo includes patented technology that enables density of up to hundreds of virtual environments per physical server.

Unlike virtual machines and hypervisors, Virtuozzo addresses the challenges of operating system sprawl faced by today's data centers. Its unique architecture and management tools make Virtuozzo the ideal solution for provisioning, monitoring and managing virtualized server resources.
Published Tuesday, July 03, 2007 6:22 AM by David Marshall
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