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Novell and Vodacom demonstrate how to move seamlessly to the cloud at VodaWorld



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September 22, 2010 11:38 am

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Today at the VodaWorld event in South Africa, Vodacom Business is demonstrated to their global customers how they can move to the cloud seamlessly using Novell’s Workload IQ solutions. By using Novell’s Workload IQ solutions, Vodacom Business services can support a customers IT environment through workload migration, virtual and physical data replication and protection to achieve a scalable cloud. By allowing customers to provision their own resources remotely, add machines to their resource pool as they need them and giving customers the ability to do all of this from their desktops gives customers the flexibility and control to manage their IT assets whenever and wherever.

Markus J. Krauss, VP Service Providers Novell EMEA, co presented this cutting edge technology at the VodaWorld event alongside Richard Vester Executive Head of Managed Hosted Services for Vodacom Business. In their session titled, “Infrastructure-as-a-Service for a demanding business,” Kraus said, “the partnership between Vodacom Business and Novell is helping customers achieve a more secure, cost effective and scalable cloud computing environment.  The work we are doing with Vodacom Business is yet another proof point for Novell’s strategy to become the leader in the intelligent workload management marketplace.”

You can download the presentation at SlideShare here.

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