Virtustream Enterprise Cloud is cloud storage software designed to handle complex IT systems and portfolios, to run complex business applications, and provides users with robust integrated security and compliance solutions. The platform is designed to support mission-critical, I/O-intensive apps, provides users with SLAs for guaranteed application performance, and is equipped with comprehensive planning and mitigation services.
Virtustream Virtual Private Cloud is third party hosted and managed cloud computing software.
Virtustream Public Cloud is software that provides government organizations and service providers with enterprise-class cloud computing that is visible to all its users.
xStream is cloud management software equipped with infrastructure orchestration, enterprise application automation and service delivery functionalities, and is designed to ensure that workloads are never I/O starved. The platform provides users with resource management and pooling tools for compute, storage and network, data center, application and infrastructure high-availability, and enables users to implement 2-factor authentication processes.
If you missed VMworld then you missed the opportunity to come by the Virtustream booth and meet Matt Theurer, Sr. Vice President, Solutions Architecture for Virtustream. Stop crying. All is not lost. You can experience the moment through the magic of recorded video! We happen to capture a moment on the show floor as Matt talks with an interested VMworld attendee who is simply trying to keep his desktops up to date in his 400-seat environment. Matt gives the basic lowdown on Virtustream.
How can you leverage your cloud technology and for what particular use case? Rodney Rogers, Chairman and CEO of Virtustream, discusses these questions and more in this SYS-CON.TV interview with Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan at the 9th International Cloud Expo, held Nov 7-10, 2011, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA. They discuss the State of the Union in the cloud computing ecosphere, including the perils of “cloudwashing.”