Leverages Microsoft to Launch Private Cloud Services Leverages Microsoft to Launch Private Cloud Services is using Microsoft System Center Orchestrator (formerly Opalis) automation to launch private cloud services.  The virtual hosting and virtual servers are accessible to individuals, small and mid-sized businesses and any company who want comprehensive web hosting services. Users will benefit from speed, stability and reduced downtime that are at the core of the newly expanded cloud hosting services.

Owned and managed by SoftCom Inc., is a privately held company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. SoftCom provides reliable and cost effective Email and Web Hosting services to more than 10 million customers with in 140 countries worldwide.  The company notes that based on the Microsoft Dynamic Data Center Toolkit for Hosters, it provides high-availability Virtual Dedicated Services (VDS) that deliver flexible, scalable IT solutions for customers.

Windows VDS and virtual server hosting services are designed to meet the demands of businesses that need servers to operate in the new cloud environments with minimal downtime,” said Jeremy Adams, product manager of worked with Microsoft and their partners to design an optimally configured Hyper-V cluster solution that ensured workload is seamlessly moved to an alternate virtual machine.  This ensures that outages related to scheduled patching can be easily avoided.

Existing customers of will benefit from improved service because of the addition of Microsoft’s Dynamic Data Center Toolkit to enhance’s Hyper-V based private cloud services,” said Anil Reddy, director, Microsoft Server and Tools Business. “In addition, will be able to reach a new breed of customer who previously hadn’t considered a hosted option. New customers will see the value in this highly available, scalable private cloud platform built on Windows Server Hyper-V.”

By Anuradha Shukla

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