Las Vegas, Nevada – (The Hosting News) Global hosting solutions and services firm, Hosting.com, has unveiled the public release of a new solution, designed to provide intuitive, scalable business solutions through a cloud computing environment.

Showcased at VMware’s VMWorld 2008, Hosting.com’s CloudNine solution provides immediate cloud computing for businesses of all sizes with high availability, dynamic scalability, and reduced costs.

Ilan Kinreich, COO, Radware remarked, ”It is evident that Hosting.com had the end-user in mind when architecting CloudNine. CloudNine provides high availability, scalability, and automation in an optimized virtual environment. Radware’s newly released Virtual Director will further optimize and automate CloudNine while ensuring Hosting.com continues to provide the industry’s best SLAs and Quality of Experience (QoE) to its clients.”

Hosting.com released a private CloudNine beta to select businesses and organizations earlier this year. Hosting.com’s general release beta is available now through November 30, 2008. Organizations that sign up for the beta will receive a production-ready virtual machine in CloudNine that is scalable, flexible and efficient. The beta machines will be free for 90 days, and can seamlessly transition into larger, complex hosted solutions during or after the beta.

Many enterprise companies and those in the SMB space are searching for opportunities to partially move their hosted infrastructure into a cloud-platform and others are looking to completely move to a cloud computing infrastructure to capitalize on the advantages cloud computing provides. Through its involvement in the new VMware vCloud initiative, Hosting.com is working with VMware and other leading technology providers to create standard APIs and services to allow organizations of all sizes to seamlessly extend their traditional IT infrastructures into the cloud. Hosting.com also offers private cloud solutions for clients that require a dedicated, single-tenant environment.

Jonathan Erwin, EVP, CloudNine Sales and Marketing added, ”Over the past 12 months, Hosting.com has successfully designed and deployed custom Cloud environments that include ESX Clusters with tailored processing, memory and redundant storage for clients seeking greater compute efficiencies. Client satisfaction and performance on these highly available solutions prompted the acceleration of CloudNine’s creation.”

CloudNine runs on a standards-based architecture utilizing world-class technologies from providers such as VMware, Radware, HP, Fortinet, Cisco and others. Hosting.com’s internal developers and solution architects worked closely with these manufacturers and others to stretch the boundaries of virtualization and provide a client-centric, easy-to-use cloud computing platform.

Since 1996, Hosting.com has provided managed hosting, colocation, disaster recovery and business continuance services to a global customer with a high level of security, reliability and responsiveness. Hosting.com monitors, manages, and enhances the web-based platforms of Web 2.0 companies, software as a service providers (SaaS), content distribution networks (CDN), and medium to large enterprises whose web presence is crucial and high availability mandatory. Hosting.com currently owns and operates its proprietary content delivery grid (CDG) via data center facilities in Louisville, Kentucky; Irvine, California; San Francisco, California; and Boston, Massachusetts.

For more information about Hosting.com, please visit: www.hosting.com.



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