SingleHop Launches Virtual Private Cloud

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Hosted IT provider SingleHop announced the launch of its Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) services, which combines the security of a public cloud with the scalability of a public cloud.

“Deploying a Virtual Private Cloud solves a number of common problems for businesses today,” said Jordan Jacobs, vice president of products at SingleHop.

  • First, he explained, the pricing model is allocation-driven, easy to understand and fixed. That means businesses don’t pay more when they deploy a new virtual server.
  • Second, it’s scalable, in two ways: One, businesses can allocate and reallocate resources to any Virtual Server and, two, they can scaled the size of the VPC itself.

SingleHop’s VPC is built on enterprise technologies from companies such as VMware, Veeam and EMC. In fact, it has achieved VMware Hybrid Cloud Powered status because it uses VMware technology, namely VMware vSphere and VMware vCloud Director  

VPC also is fully integrated with SingleHop’s global cloud automation and orchestration platform. Customers can deploy an unlimited number of VPCs from within SingleHop’s LEAP interface, and can manage each VPC individually through direct, administrator-level access to VMware’s vCloud Director. SingleHop is also a member of the vCloud Air Network.

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