Today at VMworld 2011, NetApp and VMware announced a new joint solution that enables organizations to evolve to a secure cloud computing model at their own pace.
Zumapalooza 2011, Zumasys’ 5th Annual Customer Solutions Summit, was held at the Hard Rock Hotel earlier this week, attracting more than 300 attendees from 21 states and Canada.
Zumasys announced that it is the first provider to achieve both VMware vCloud Power status and the NetApp Gold Service Provider designation.
Zumasys announced the results of a multi-year technology partnership with The Prentice School, a non-profit, independent day school for students with dyslexia.
Prime Time International, a leading produce grower, packer, and shipper based in Coachella Valley, California is now fully hosted on the Zumasys Cloud.
The combination of the VSPP program and new VMware vCloud Director architecture is also helping to facilitate the build out of Zumasys’ second production site.