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Virtuozzo poised to accelerate growth of its container, storage and virtualization technologies.

Virtuozzo announced today a new brand identity, online resources and expanded channel program to significantly accelerate growth of its industry leading container, storage and virtualization technologies. Service providers have made Virtuozzo containers the most deployed in the world with over one million instances, establishing Virtuozzo container-based products as proven alternatives to hypervisor-based virtual machines.

Combining the scale and scope of a well-established business, with the entrepreneurial energy and focus of a startup, Virtuozzo will now significantly add value to its partner ecosystem through a number of initiatives including:

  • Customer-focused and agile product development process bringing new products and capabilities to market faster
  • Dedicated sales force exclusively serving the current and future needs of its’ customers
  • Expanded channel enablement through new business and technical training to simplify the build and sales of services on its’ virtualization and storage platform
  • Tight alignment of commercial product offerings with its’ OpenVZ Open Source that enhances development flexibility of new services

“As a stand-alone company, we are able to sharpen our focus as a company and deliver on our commitments to add unprecedented value to our customers,” said Rob Lovell, chief executive officer, Virtuozzo. “Partners can expect a faster revolution of our roadmap focused on containers, virtualization and storage technologies.”

Headquartered in Seattle with offices in London and Moscow, the newly incorporated Virtuozzo is led by executives with extensive experience in the cloud, networking and hosting industries.  Virtuozzo pioneered the first commercially available container technology in 2001, and today has more than 5 million mission critical cloud workloads powered by Virtuozzo infrastructure. 

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