New Delegation Manager leverages Virtual Private Data Center (VPDC) and Datacenter Abstraction Layer (DAL) to enable true cloud computing www.qlayer.com
"Q-layer's Virtual Private Data Center concept establishes a new level of flexibility for data center operations," said Mark Bowker, analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group ( www.enterprisestrategygroup.com). "With Q-layer Delegation Manager, the company provides enterprises and service providers with a comprehensive computing solution that extends the benefits of virtualization by enabling IT to hand off a pool of resources based on credits and then apply chargeback for usage. Q-layer is establishing itself as an innovator in creating agile data centers for cloud computing."
"PINS is partnering with Q-layer in order to bring a true cloud computing offering to market," said Jan Willem des Tombe, CEO of PINS, a leading Dutch hosting and managed services provider,. "We see a huge market opportunity for cloud computing services, to make data center functionality accessible to all our customers. Q-layer's Virtual Private Data Center concept introduces unprecedented flexibility to our customers, while leveraging our existing data center infrastructure."
The Q-layer Delegation Manager augments existing data center infrastructure including Hypervisors, networks and storage devices. The system provides complete orchestration of these underlying assets to enable data center agility for cloud computing. To facilitate this ecosystem, Q-layer is also working with leading technology partners to create complete virtualization solutions for the next generation data center.
"We are excited to be working with Q-layer to create comprehensive virtualization solutions for the virtualized data center," said Jon Toor, vice president of marketing at Xsigo, the technology leader in data center I/O virtualization ( www.xsigo.com). "The combination of Xsigo's leading I/ O Virtualization solutions and Q-layer's VPDC and data center orchestration capabilities will bring incredible new levels of flexibility to data center operators and users."
Cloud computing turns data center infrastructures into an agile services delivery platform. New services such as servers, storage or applications are available on-demand to both technical and non-technical users, with usage- based chargeback. By enabling the Virtual Private Data Center concept, users of Q-layer's Delegation Manager are provided with a portal designed to make cloud computing a reality today.
"With Q-layer's Delegation Manager, end-users can provision and deploy a complete data center within minutes," said Paul Speciale, vice president of product management at Q-layer. "Our technology has been proven in leading data centers, and leverages the capabilities of existing data center infrastructures to provide the most simple and extensible cloud computing solution for data center operators."
The Q-layer Delegation Manager will be generally available in the third quarter of 2008. Pricing starts at $1,995 per host, for any number of Virtual Machines. For more information about Q-layer's Virtual Private Data Center, please visit www.qlayer.com.
Q-layer is the leading enabler of cloud computing through virtual private data centers (VDPC). With the Q-layer software, datacenter managers can drastically increase the efficiency of their datacenter and give their users the agility they need to obtain their business goals. Q-layer leverages on the emerging virtualization technology introduced by VMware, Microsoft and Xen and was the first company to introduce full datacenter virtualization by integrating server, network and storage virtualization. To find out more about Q-layer, visit www.qlayer.com. Q-layer is headquartered at 883 N Shoreline Blvd, Suite B-100, Mountain View, CA 94043 and can be contacted by phone at 1- 877-715-6436 or by e-mail at Email Contact.
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