ALLENTOWN, PA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/13 -- INetU, the industry's experts in complex hosting and a global provider of business-centric managed cloud and application hosting, announced today more enhancements to its Client Center, available now to all INetU customers. Feature additions to the Client Center include dynamic virtual scaling, the ability to add unmanaged virtual machines and available access through an Application Programming Interface (API).
As the remote interface between INetU and its clients, the INetU Client Center helps cut down on the complexities of migrating to the Cloud by offering one central location for customers to monitor and manage their cloud resources. This interface also includes the capability to add virtual machines, integrate private, hybrid and INetU Gated Community Cloud products while tracking additional services like security, logging and support requests. With these recent updates, INetU customers can now utilize:
•Dynamic Virtual Scaling - the ability to scale virtual machines to allow for increased or decreased memory/CPU as needed. This provides flexibility during high traffic times, such as holiday seasons for ecommerce companies. •Unmanaged Virtual Machines - Along with the option of managed virtual machines, INetU clients can now easily add unmanaged virtual machines (VMs). Unmanaged VMs can be added at a lower price point and are ideal for less critical systems such as development or testing where managed services like monitoring, tuning and backups are not required. •Access Through API - the capability to access the Client Center through an API, enabling customers to integrate it with their custom applications or services.
Long term INetU client, MemberClicks, is a regular user of the Client Center. MemberClicks provides refreshing technology solutions to small-staff membership organizations. From public and members-only websites to online membership management and event registration, MemberClicks empowers organizations to save time and sanity.
"The INetU Client Center has proven to be a valuable tool for us," Aaron Gunn, Principal Architect at MemberClicks, said. "Within the portal, we have the ability to monitor our cloud systems at a glance and quickly drill down to the details that have the greatest impact on our business. This is key to efficiently discovering and resolving any issues that may arise and finding ways to optimize our web presence. Another added benefit that makes the Client Center convenient is having our monitoring overview and ticketing on a single dashboard for quick reference."
"In the changing world of business, companies must have the ability to work and evolve rapidly," said Andrew Hodes, director of technology. "INetU Clients now have even more control and visibility into their servers and can make adjustments on the fly as needed. Cloud hosting can be complex, but the INetU Client Center continues to simplify the experience by providing one pane of glass to monitor and manage everything."
About INetU Managed Hosting
INetU, Inc., a leading managed hosting and cloud provider, delivers secure, high performance and reliable hosting for businesses worldwide. INetU expertly provides compliant solutions for e-Commerce, Healthcare, Financial Services, SaaS and more. With domestic and international datacenters, INetU has the global reach to support even the most complex hosting environments. INetU is PCI, SSAE 16/SOC 1, SOC 2/3, ISAE 3402 and Safe Harbor compliant and provides HIPAA guidance and assurances.
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