Q9 Collaborates with Nutanix to Develop Private Cloud Solutions for Enterprises
FREMONT, CA: Q9, a firm offering outsourced data centre infrastructure for organizations with mission-critical IT operations announces the upcoming launch of its dedicated Private Cloud service. The service will facilitate its clients with advanced user control and flawless performance. Scheduled to be launched in 2016 in an alliance with Nutanix, the service will also deliver a certified, security oriented design and significant operational savings insight compared to the traditional three-tier IT infrastructure. It will also offer the feature of rapid hardware scalability.
"The Nutanix Prism interface provides a self-service single pane of glass through which our customers can access tremendous amounts of operational insight," states Strahan McCarten, SVP, Product Management & Strategy for Q9.
Customers can expect a wide range of benefits from Q9’s architecture such as built-in resilience, exceptional performance to support all types of workloads, reduced operational costs and unplanned downtime. The offerings also include rapid customization and stability and a single pane user control aimed to achieve simplified management of a virtual environment. The design is focused on security which covers the entire platform, automation and ecosystem.
Q9's data centers are effectively supported by an industry leading SLA (service-level agreement) that assures 100 per cent availability of power and network. The firm’s services include co-location, managed hosting, private cloud and interconnect services focused to serve a global ecosystem and enabling clients to improve their IT infrastructure.
"Nutanix provides an out-of-the-box cloud experience that supports the level of performance, control and rapid elasticity that customers are looking for,” adds McCarten.
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