VMware Hosting Provider StratoGen Expands in To US Market With New Cloud and 25% Discount
January 6, 2012
January 6, 2012 – (HOSTSEARCH.COM) – Leading VMware hosting provider StratoGen yesterday launched its cloud platform in the United States with a 25% discount until January 31st, 2012.
StratoGen, Europe’s leading VMware hosting provider today launched its cloud platform in the United States built on the same enterprise class components that has made its European offering so successful.
“We are bringing some real innovations to shake up the cloud hosting market in the US” commented Karl Robinson, Sales Director. “Our VMware hosting platform gives you the ability to go way beyond simply hosting virtual machines - you can build and configure firewalls, create routed or internal networks, vApps and much more from a single user interface. What’s more, our unique SHARPlock service provides a facility to add multiple layers of additional authentication, to ensure we are one of the most secure clouds in the industry.”
The underlying hardware of the StratoGen platform is equally impressive with storage provided on high performance NetApp SANs and compute facilities on the latest HP blades. An all Cisco network and 100% uptime service level agreement complete the picture.
David Elliott, Technical Director said “We’ve taken a no compromise approach to the build out of our VMware Hosting platform. Based on our extensive experience with these enterprise class components in Europe, I’m confident the performance levels and stability of the platform will exceed those of competing services in the US. As always, the StratoGen team of VMware qualified support staff will be available 24/7”
StratoGen are offering a free 7 day trial of the service and customers who sign up before the end of January 2012 can enjoy a 25% discount.
StratoGen is a leading VMware hosting company with a worldwide client base and award winning cloud platform. StratoGen hosted VMware products include a 100% uptime service level guarantee.
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