SingleHop Launches Virtual Private Cloud IaaS Solution for Enterprises

SingleHop has launched Virtual Private Cloud, a cloud-enabled managed infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering for enterprises. Here are the full details about SingleHop's new release.

Dan Kobialka, Contributing writer

October 23, 2014

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SingleHop has launched Virtual Private Cloud a cloudenabled managed infrastructureasaservice IaaS offering for enterprises
SingleHop has launched Virtual Private Cloud, a cloud-enabled managed infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) offering for enterprises.

Chicago-based infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider SingleHop has launched a private cloud solution that leverages tools from EMC (EMC), Veeam, VMware (VMW) and other technology giants.

SingleHop’s new release, Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), is a cloud-enabled managed IaaS offering that “provides a groundbreaking way for businesses of any size to benefit from a private, yet scalable cloud strategy,” SingleHop said.

“Our customers can take advantage of our enterprise-driven network and managed services,” Jordan Jacobs, SingleHop’s vice president of products, told Talkin’ Cloud. “Our flagship offering gives customers the ability to granularly choose the level of management they need. We can fully manage our customers’ entire VPC environment, [or] they can manage it themselves and everywhere in between.”

Jacobs noted VPC provides customers with:

  • Flexibility to granularly allocate specific resources to their VPC

  • Fixed pricing

  • Support for multi-tiered environments

“I believe Virtual Private Cloud will have a considerable impact on customer satisfaction when it comes to creating their ultimate cloud environment,” Jacobs added.

VPC achieves VMware Hyper Cloud Powered status

SingleHop also pointed out VPC has achieved VMware Hyper Cloud Powered status, and customers can deploy an unlimited number of VPCs from within the SingleHop LEAP platform’s interface.

“Deploying a Virtual Private Cloud solves a number of common problems for businesses today. First, the pricing model is allocation-driven, easy to understand and fixed, meaning you don’t pay more just because you deploy a new Virtual Server inside of a Virtual Private Cloud,” Jacobs said in a prepared statement. “Second, it’s scalable, in two ways. You can allocate and reallocate your resources to any Virtual Server inside of your Virtual Private Cloud anytime you want. And finally, the size of your Virtual Private Cloud itself can be scaled quickly and easily.”

Jacobs noted VPC gives customers “a flexible medium between cloud servers and private cloud” that customers can use to extend their current cloud environments as well.

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About the Author(s)

Dan Kobialka

Contributing writer, Penton Technology

Dan Kobialka is a contributing writer for MSPmentor and Talkin' Cloud. In the past, he has produced content for numerous print and online publications, including the Boston Business Journal, Boston Herald and Dan holds a M.A. in Print and Multimedia Journalism from Emerson College and a B.A. in English from Bridgewater State College (now Bridgewater State University). In his free time, Kobialka enjoys jogging, traveling, playing sports, touring breweries and watching football (Go Patriots!).  

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