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Accelerite Reduces Time-to-Value for Enterprise Hybrid Cloud Deployments with Rovius Cloud

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Accelerite, a provider of software for digital transformation infrastructure, today announced the general availability of Rovius Cloud, an enterprise hybrid cloud platform that significantly eases deployment, monitoring and management of on-premises and public cloud compute, storage and networking resources. Rovius Cloud federates on-premises resources with public clouds including AWS, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure. This reduces time-to-value from weeks to hours and lowers costs by up to 50 percent. ‘The productivity enhancements and economic efficiencies promised by hybrid cloud deployments are offset by the deployment and management complexity introduced by many of the available solution sets,’ said Roy Illsley, Principal Analyst, Ovum. ‘Solutions such as Rovius Cloud that integrate private and public cloud provisioning, monitoring and management and allow users to select their own server, storage, networking and hypervisor solutions eliminate many of the barriers to success’.”

The release goes on, “Rovius Cloud can be deployed on commodity hardware, hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) or traditional blade servers. Unlike current open source, HCI and virtualization vendor-driven approaches to hybrid cloud deployment, Rovius Cloud is server, storage (SDS, NAS, SAN, All) and hypervisor (VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, XenServer) agnostic. The Ops Manager (available both as on-premises or cloud based deployments) at the heart of the platform provides resource discovery, integrated deep infrastructure monitoring, log analytics, performance monitoring and capacity planning. Remote debugging and instant resolution provide further stability and efficiency for IT management and sys admins.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Accelerite

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