Verizon Adds Server Cloning to Cloud Service

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 16, 2010

Verizon Business has enhanced up its Computing-as-a -Service (CaaS) on-demand cloud computing infrastructure. According to this report on Channel Web, Verizon's CaaS offering lets enterprises and SMBs provision infrastructure and on-demand computing resources like physical and virtual server, storage and network capacity. All provisioning on Verizon CaaS is managed via Verizon's management portal. The changes to its cloud service come under the company's 'Everything-as-a-Service' vision.

Verizon has enhanced its its Computing-as-a -Service (CaaS) on-demand cloud computing infrastructure.

"According to Verhoeven, the CaaS update adds a new server cloning option which lets IT admins customize configurations of CaaS virtual servers by creating a reference server image, or a golden image, that can be reused to speed deployment of server clones supporting the same application. For example, if an admin tweaks an operating system or application setting, or localizes server languages, that customization can be repeated using server cloning."

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