LOS ANGELES–September 15, 2009—Infinitely Virtual, a rapidly expanding provider of high quality and affordable virtual server technology is upgrading from VMware Infrastructure 3.5 to VMware vSphere 4–a move that will both increase operational efficiencies for Infinitely Virtual, and provide its customers break-though virtualization features. VMware vSphere 4 is the industry’s first cloud operating system, and the next evolutionary step in IT computing.
The vSphere 4 upgrade features significant performance enhancements, which include increased scalability and performance. vSphere 4 includes support for up to 8 core virtual CPU’s, a maximum of 255GB of virtual machine ram, and can run on host machines that have up to 64 CPU cores and 1TB of memory. vSphere 4 workload throughput is improved as a result of resource management and processor scheduling. Hardware-assisted memory virtualization reduces both CPU and memory overhead. Storage is improved through a new paravirtualized SCSI driver, and additional ESX kernel-level storage stack optimizations. Significant enhancements to the vSphere 4 network subsystem result from the addition of VMXNET Generation 3, the third generation of paravirtualized NIC adapters from VMware.
The upgrade will also enable Infinitely Virtual to release new products, including those based on VMware Fault Tolerance, which provides continuous availability, without any data loss or downtime, to any application. IV also plans to offer support for vApps, which consists of one or more virtual machines and uses Open Virtualization Format to designate and enclose all components of a multi-tier application, as well as the operational policies and service levels relevant to it. This support for vApps guarantees flawless application movement between clouds.
The VMware vSphere 4 upgrade allows the Infinitely Virtual community to gain even more out of their infrastructure, and further reinforces the importance of virtualization in today’s hosting technologies. Infinitely Virtual looks forward to bringing customers the many benefits an upgrade to VMware vSphere 4 will offer.
“We’re very excited about this upgrade. vSphere 4 takes virtualization to the next level, increasing compute power in virtualized environments by an order of magnitude. And I really look forward to releasing some of the new products and features that this upgrade makes possible,” explains Adam Stern, President and CEO of Infinitely Virtual and Altay Corporation.
About Infinitely Virtual:
Infinitely Virtual is a leading provider of high quality and affordable virtual server technology, capable of delivering services to any type of business, including file servers, e-mail servers or web servers. As a virtual company, Infinitely Virtual is managed using Software as a Service or SaaS tools–an affordable way for businesses to use software as it’s needed, rather than licensing all devices with all applications. The company was established as a subsidiary of Altay Corporation, and through this partnership Infinitely Virtual provides customers with expert 24×7 Technical Support. With an innovative approach to virtualization, Infinitely Virtual provides aggressively priced options that competitors simply cannot meet. More information about Infinitely Virtual can be found at: http://www.infinitelyvirtual.com or call 866-257-8455.
About Altay Corporation:
Altay is an IT professional services company that designs, implements, and supports single- and multi-vendor data solutions. Altay’s pledge is to provide products and services that meet the highest standards of quality, designed for a client’s specific needs, and delivered economically—with the ultimate goal of helping customers reach their potential. Altay’s team is specialized in voice, video and data solutions, and it has a proven track record of providing excellent service to its customers. More information about Altay Corporation can be found at http://www.altayusa.com or call 866-54-Altay.