Halo Foundation Launches Xenserver Private Cloud Appliance

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted May 18, 2010

Halo Foundation Computing has announced the first Citrix Xenserver private cloud appliance that is designed to establish a cloud services model in the enterprise buy creating a provisional framework with very little complexity. According to the company in this PR Web press release, the new cloud appliance integrates virtualization security with automation and workflow within hours of installation.

The HaloFC Extended Enterprise Platform installs via OVF and will manage Xen based instances 5.X or Xen Org instances of the Hypervisor as well as XCP based clouds.

"Halo Foundation Computing is focused on making 'Enterprise Burstibility' possible by being able to create the Cloud services model via the Private Cloud Appliance over internal resources but when enterprises need to extend to reach the IAAS provider infrastructure there security and workflows can simply incorporate the IAAS resources as if they were local. Addressing such concerns as, security, work flow management, automation, resource forecasting, planning and compatibility with the major hyper-visors, Halo FC products also provide access to a market place of cloud providers with various features and prices. The Halo FC marketplace has capacity, solutions, and software to service the growing needs of the virtual world. Halo FC products are in beta with expected availability late 2nd quarter 2010."

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