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Savvis Brings Mission-Critical Application Support to Cloud with Premier Service Option for Symphony VPDC PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 13 September 2011 15:15


Savvis, a CenturyLink Company,  announced its new Premier service profile for the Savvis Symphony Virtual Private Data Center (VPDC) enterprise-class cloud solution. Symphony VPDC Premier offers a complete, worry-free service level for mission-critical, cloud-based enterprise applications.

Symphony VPDC Premier combines the high degree of resource commitment and priority, security, redundancy, support and performance needed for large-scale, essential enterprise applications. As a top-tier alternative, the service profile complements Symphony VPDC's existing Essential and Balanced profiles, giving users multiple tiers of service to match application need to service levels and cost.

We continue to enhance our cloud services to further enable innovation for our enterprise clients, proving that mission-critical clouds are possible," said Bryan Doerr, chief technology officer at Savvis. "Savvis Symphony delivers tight alignment between IT investment and business return, allowing our clients to seamlessly scale to production and refocus resources toward growing their business instead of staffing IT operations."

Like Symphony VPDC's other service profiles, Premier allows users to optimize their virtual data center infrastructure in many dimensions, including computing services, bandwidth, storage and security. Premier, however, takes reliability to a new level. The tier of service includes the most favorable resource attributes in network, memory, CPU and storage, including packet priority, CPU and memory reservation, disk access performances and provisioning ratios. Ultimately, this provides users with assurance that their applications will perform as expected, on a continuous basis, in the cloud.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 September 2011 15:21