Improvements affect implementations of VMware vSphere 5.1, vCloud Director 5.1, and vShield Manager 5.1.
September 09, 2013
Cloud server computing services provider Infinitely Virtual has completed a comprehensive system-wide infrastructure upgrade.
This includes improvements to its VMware vSphere 5.1, vCloud Director 5.1, and vShield Manager 5.1 implementations with self-managed firewall options and support for VXLAN (improving flexibility and streamlining operations).
Along with the vShield Manager upgrade, Infinitely Virtual has rolled out larger and clustered Self-Managed Firewall Options with multi-interface support and load-balancing features. SMBs have a choice of four options—Compact, Compact Clustered, Large, and Large Clustered—depending on the level of performance required.
Infinitely Virtual’s new routers and new firewalls are sourced from virtualization hardware provider Juniper Networks. Infinitely Virtual installed Juniper’s MX series while enhancing its existing SRX firewalls. Juniper’s network infrastructure solutions are designed to help SMBs migrate to virtualized applications rapidly and securely.
Juniper’s MX Series 3D Universal Edge Routers are designed for demanding carrier and enterprise applications.
Juniper’s SRX Series Services Gateways are high-performance network security solutions designed to offer high port-density, advanced security, and flexible connectivity within managed platforms. These solutions support fast, secure, and highly-available data center and branch operations.