Peak 10 Deploys VMware vSphere 4 Platform

Peak 10 announced the deployment of VMware’s vSphere 4 platform as an enhancement to its virtualization services infrastructure.

vSphere 4 further enables Peak 10 customers to implement internal cloud computing environments with access to external cloud resources, while maintaining a high level of security and integrity.

The platform solidifies Peak 10’s end-to-end infrastructure, offering customers pools of virtualized resources that federate between on and off-premise environments on-demand and with ease. Both large and small organizations can achieve the primary benefits of cloud computing, as vSphere delivers high levels of application availability, lowered cost per application workload, and increased management tools.

Peak 10’s deployment of VMware’s vSphere 4 platform, provides its customers with enhanced physical features for operational efficiency including twice as many virtual processors per virtual machine (VM), four times the memory, three-times increase in network throughput, and additional SAN tiers available for high-end databases. In addition, Peak 10 private cloud customers will be able to utilize vSphere upgrade checks, virtualization health checks, capacity planning, dedicated resource pools, integrated VirtualDR services, dedicated and managed clusters, and hosted VMs.

Peak 10′s managed IT and data center services improve performance, reliability, lower costs and maximize internal resources for customers while keeping their valuable information technology assets close to the business. The company combines its secure, private network and enterprise-class data centers with world-class engineering and support to serve market-leading companies nationwide. As a managed services leader, Peak 10 offers a wide range of technology services including virtualization, full service hosting, and cloud-based services in a cost-efficient and reliable platform for its customers.

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