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Cloudhelix Utilizes PernixData FVP Software

June 24, 2014

PernixData said that Cloudhelix has deployed PernixData FVP software to improve application performance in its multi-tenant hosting environment.

According to a release, with FVP storage acceleration software, Cloudhelix has optimized the performance of all virtualized applications in an efficient manner, enabling the company to best meet existing client needs while growing its hosting business with confidence.

Cloudhelix has been experiencing interest from clients to move business critical applications into their cloud environment. This has resulted in increased I/O demands on the company's storage infrastructure. During a recent IT build out, the company wanted to take measures to ensure this increased load would not adversely impact application performance.

"We had to find a way to balance the increase in workload with client performance expectations in a scalable and cost-effective manner," said Angus Malcolm, technical director at Cloudhelix. "As technical director, I need to be confident when speaking with prospective customers that our storage subsystems will meet the demands placed on them. PernixData FVP provides that level of assurance both for me and for our customers, which has already helped us to close a significant new business opportunity and will therefore pay for itself in a matter of months."

"Like all companies, Cloudhelix wants to deliver high performing virtualized applications in a consistent manner, without wasting money on unnecessary storage hardware," said Jeff Aaron, vice president of marketing at PernixData. "PernixData FVP makes this possible with unprecedented scalability and reliability, making our solution a key infrastructure enabler for hosting and services providers throughout the world."

Cloudhelix is a VMware Service Integrator specialising in Hybrid Hosting.

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