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Bit Refinery is First to Offer VMware vCloud Director to Customers

Bit Refinery, a leading cloud service provider, today announced it is the first to offer VMware vCloud™ Director to its customers. This software gives Bit Refinery’s customers complete control over their virtual cloud environments, enabling them to create VMware virtual machines on the fly and become even more agile and competitive in their respective markets.

“Before VMware vCloud Director, our customers relied on us to manage most of their cloud infrastructure,” explained Tom Nats, Managing Partner for Bit Refinery. “But now, they can purchase resources from us such as CPU, memory, and storage, enabling them to create virtual machines through the software’s self-service application. VMware vCloud Director gives them the freedom and flexibility to manage their own resources.”

VMware vCloud Director extends the resource pooling capabilities of VMware vSphere™ to enable enterprises and service providers like Bit Refinery to create virtual data centers – groups of computing, networking, and storage resources with defined management policies and performance levels. VMware vCloud Director also enables Bit Refinery to offer its customers a robust shared-software catalog, including Microsoft Windows and Linux operating systems. This, too, empowers their customers to set up new virtual machines quickly and easily.

"VMware vCloud Director gives us the ability and tools to properly deploy and manage our virtual servers in a secure and private cloud, which saves us time and money," said Rod Morgan, owner and principal of PortMorgan, LLC, a leading Internet services provider, including website hosting, online commerce, corporate email, server co-location, dedicated virtual servers, and remote backup. "The combination of Bit Refinery and VMware vCloud Director has helped us streamline IT and increase efficiency," he added.

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Published Wednesday, December 08, 2010 4:00 PM by David Marshall
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