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Elasticity

Our cloud platform keeps the underlying infrastructure completely opaque to the application while still allowing the application to leverage the elasticity of the cloud – to grow and shrink based on demand. All the underlying problems of deployment and management on the cloud infrastructure are managed with minimal human and application level intervention.


The elasticity associated with infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) allows you to grow and shrink computing resources to meet the demands of the application. It comes with the availability of a flexible model where you can leverage computing resources on an as-needed and pay-as-you-grow basis.


Reliability and Availability

Omnilogic has dedicated staff with specialist knowledge to ensure that our platform runs without disruptions. Our cloud is built from the ground up to produce a reliable service that eliminates and minimizes service interruptions and data losses. By migrating to the cloud, our customers benefit from our specialized knowledge and substantial investment in a robust hardware and software platform. Likewise, all our servers are located in highly secure environment, Omnilogic Data Center, a tier 3 data center, that ensures our customers the highest levels of reliability and service.


Agility and Adaptability

Business agility is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s a requisite capability. If companies are to compete and win, they must have a strategy for broad and pervasive business agility. Using cloud-computing services, customers gain significant agility being given by the ability to scale up and down the capacity in order to facilitate a business response to changing conditions or opportunity.

There are countless blogs dedicated to virtualization and Cloud Computing in general. These links below will launch you straight into the center of virtualization blogging on the VMware side of things.

 
Economic Aspects

Cost Reduction

Significant cost savings can be achieved through transitioning existing infrastructure to cloud infrastructure. By not owning physical hardware, users benefit from having no hardware maintenance costs or depreciation. Likewise scalability and pay-per-usage allow tight cost controls and avoid over purchase of capacity.


Speed time to market

By removing the need to purchase physical infrastructure, developing solutions and bringing new products to market more quickly.


Higher Return on Investment (ROI)

The more flexible and the less restrictive the cloud platform, the less existing systems need to be adapted to work on that platform. Higher ROI can be achieved by using cloud computing that doesn’t need new users to significant change the way they use computing resources. Omnilogic cloud computing solutions can be used without no additional investments in hardware or software.


Turn CAPEX into OPEX

OmniVCloud services are also very attractive regarding the Cap-ex reduction, because they doesn't involve additional investments in infrastructure, but next to the constant cutting-edge technology and maximum data security, it additionally provides 24x7 availability and, last but not least, additional on-demand resources, all with optimum costs.

Technological benefits

Virtualization

In such an extremely difficult market, affected by many challenges and by user's exactingness and orientation towards maximizing financial results by means of continuous cost minimization, the cloud-computing concept capitalizes the consolidation technologies to the maximum by applying the virtualization policies on a wide scale. By hiding the underlying complexity of virtualising hardware, users can benefit from increased ease of use and be relieved of the overhead of managing and maintaining physical hardware.

Automation

Omnilogic cloud computing resources are generally controllable via an API. One of the key benefits of this API is its ability to grant the user meaningful control of their resources from anywhere.

There are countless blogs dedicated to virtualization and Cloud Computing in general. These links below will launch you straight into the center of virtualization blogging on the VMware side of things.

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VMware technology

VMware technology (and cloud computing because of it) has a very healthy blog scene, partially because of the community-centric mindset that VMware has always had.

The community outreach guy, John Troyer (@jtroyer on Twitter), is the man of the hour at VMware, making sure their blog has a healthy contribution rate and many contributors. He writes a blog posting himself now and then too.

From the main VMTN blog page, there are many employee as well as other virtualization related blogs.

You can find the VMTN blog aggregate at:

http://blogs.vmware.com/vmtn/


One of the main contributors to the VMTN blog has his own blog site as well. One of the most prolific bloggers about VMware I think I've ever seen, Duncan Epping (@DuncanYB on Twitter):

http://www.yellow-bricks.com/


Jason Boche (@jasonboche on Twitter) is a nuts and bolts guy with a lot of experience with VMware and virtualization technology. He's been around since the early days of ESX Server:

http://www.boche.net/blog/

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Cloud Computing on-demand

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