May 03, 2012
New Zealand-based cloud service provider taps ScaleXtreme products to integrate with their VMware vCloud Powered Service
SAN MATEO, Calif., May 3 — ScaleXtreme, the leading provider of server automation products for the distributed data center, today announced a partnership with the leading New Zealand-based hosting company theCloud through the ScaleXtreme Cloud Service Provider (CSP) Program. The CSP Program enables theCloud customers to rapidly deploy and manage cloud servers on their VMware vCloud Powered Service, as well as provision new servers, manage existing servers, configure, monitor and run server automation jobs directly through their ScaleXtreme account.
"Since announcing our CSP Program we have been overwhelmed by the interest and excitement around this program," said ScaleXtreme co-founder and CEO, Nand Mulchandani. "Having an established, innovative company like theCloud as a customer solidifies our commitment to providing cloud service providers with the fastest and highest quality self-service server management products."
"ScaleXtreme have a turnkey solution which is world class and have enabled us to rapidly meet the expectations of our customers," said Bruce Trevarthen, CEO of theCloud Limited. "ScaleXtreme have proven themselves to be thought leaders in the Cloud industry and that insight and experience is helpful in our quest to roll out cutting edge solutions to New Zealand customers."
theCloud customers building virtual servers on their VMware vCloud Powered Service can use any of ScaleXtreme's three product offerings - Xpress, Xpert or Xtreme - to provision and manage their servers through unique management resources and individualized training modules. ScaleXtreme's Dynamic Server Assembly™ technology allows for customers to use pre-built server templates and launch a variety of applications without additional coding.
"Cloud computing is a hugely transformative change for IT and business in general. However, in order to gain the benefits that Cloud can bring, organizations need to be able to harness the scale and flexibility in automated ways. By including ScaleXtreme with its core offering, theCloud is helping to make real the benefits of the cloud for Kiwi businesses" says Ben Kepes, Cloud computing analyst and commentator.
"We are pleased theCloud and ScaleXtreme are supporting each other to complement theCloud's VMware vCloud Powered Service," said Joe Andrews, director, Cloud Product Marketing, VMware. "Server management is an essential part of cloud computing and cloud service providers can integrate ScaleXtreme's products with their VMware vCloud Service through the VMware vCloud API to deliver additional value for their customers."
The Cloud Service Provider Program consists of a reseller/affiliate agreement, an integrated API for user and account management, as well as management resources and training modules designed to enhance the customer experience. CSPs interested in becoming part of the program can learn more at www.scalextreme.com/solutions/csp or apply at email@example.com.
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ScaleXtreme provides powerful, cloud-based server automation products for the modern distributed data center. Built from the ground up to be simple, scalable and social, IT gets a single unified automation platform to build and control physical, virtual and public cloud servers. For more information, visit www.scalextreme.com.
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