Telecommunications provider Verizon Business announced on Monday that it has started to provide a virtualization service to its enterprise customers. Verizon Business says with its new managed virtualization service, businesses can effortlessly provide applications to users with the equivalent dependability as the conventional one-application-to-a-server model.
Verizon says the launch of this new service is the product of three years of supporting VMware ESX Server in a staging and development environment. Verizon Business has currently deployed a shared VMware Virtual Center management infrastructure to configure and operate a virtualized environment.
Customers can also leverage the complete VMware Infrastructure product suite, which consists of VMware VMotion, VMware High Availability and VMware Distributed Resource Scheduler.
Michael Marcellin, VP of product marketing for Verizon Business stated “Verizon Business is all about empowering our customers. With our newest virtualization option, customers can run leaner and meaner, while out-tasking the management of these complex environments. What’s more, this offering can even help companies to be ‘greener,’ which is a big plus in today’s eco-friendly business environment.”
Supported by service level agreements of up to 99.9 percent for availability and uptime, Verizon Business virtualization service is now available in the US.
Last week, Verizon embarked on support for the California Broadband Task Force’s measure for ‘next-generation’ networks, as it expects future fiber, wireless and broadband business challenges.
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