To allow its customer experience enterprise-class server virtualization, Venyu has recently upgraded its cloud services with new load balancing and networking proficiencies in two of its offerings for cloud management.
The company has now added VMware vShield-based load balancer, a self-managed platform integrated into vCloud Director, and the F5 solution, offered as a fully-managed global solution.
VenyuCloud uses VMware vCloud Director 1.5 to expose a web-based management portal to the customer giving them complete control of a proven virtual platform. vCloud also allows Venyu's customer to experience enterprise-class server virtualization that is secure, scalable, and highly-available.
Also, Venyu claims that it is committed to store, protect and power these critical customer resources, the company places great emphasis on building up the most advanced, secure, redundant data center infrastructure. To keep up with the ever-growing demands for its business continuity, data protection and disaster recovery services, the company has added two secure data centers located in Baton Rouge and Shreveport-Bossier.
Both the centers are connected by an intercloud VPN to deliver failover capabilities and refined load balancing, as well as the ability to stretch the resources and workloads between the data centers.
With the help of the newly introduced feature, the company can easily reroute the data traffic in case of networking problems in one data center, enabling an active failover option that averts any loss in performance. The cloud technology also has in built firewall capabilities.
“As we bring data centers online, we can connect customer clouds to each one and join them as a virtual, unified cloud data center. This new functionality allows us to leverage what we are doing on the physical infrastructure and achieve workload balancing, high availability, and replication. This is where Venyu is bringing tremendous value to our customers," said William Sellers, Sr. Innovation Engineer at Venyu.
The company is currently offering its vCloud platform upgrade and private cloud custom solutions for advanced load balancing requirements.