World class data center and VMware hosting provider, StratoGen, has recently declared that it is now considered as a part of VMware vCloud Powered program. StratoGen boasts of excelling the bounds of VMware technology through this alleged program.
StratoGen award winning has further strengthened its position amongst leading VMware hosting companies. StratoGen is awarded for its technical proficiency and obvious commitment to follow VMware’s standardized lines. The company holds full potential to provide integrated and guaranteed IT solutions.
Karl Robinson, Managing Director, commented “We are delighted to be recognized as a vCloud powered service provider. As a specialist VMware hosting and disaster recovery company our first priority has always been the quality of our cloud platform. Being a vCloud Powered Provider allows us to guarantee interoperability with our customer’s on-site private clouds and provide validation of our competency and procedures.”
StratoGen, as a VMware service provider, believes in enterprise class infrastructure, offering VMware features embodied in virtual data center. This service is GUI grounded and facilitates StratoGen clients to figure out solutions about complex VMware environments deployment. Virtual data center of StratoGen enables enterprise owners to setup virtualized machines that may best suit their demanding needs.
The StratoGen cloud platform is supreme in a sense, as it delivers 100% agreed uptime service. StratoGen dais is an ultimate choice for those who rely on easily accessible fabricated environments. Clients can use StratoGen cloud platform for various problematic areas, such as disaster resurgence management, virtual desktop setup or resource servers’ incorporation to an integrated environment.
David Elliott, Technical Director commented,
“vCloud Powered status is largely based on technical proficiency so the StratoGen team was always likely to be one of the first to achieve it.”
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