Founded in mid-2011 by former CoreSite executives, Ajubeo is a cloud infrastructure service backed by Colorado private equity firm Grey Mountain Partners. Earlier this year, Ajubeo launched its cloud infrastructure platform from its Denver cloud hub.
As an enterprise-level member of the VMware Service Provider Program, Ajubeo can now offer its VMware vCloud Powered service as a cloud services suite across a single platform.
The services support a vast set of applications and offers the advantage of VMware’s application mobility.
Launched in August, VMware vCloud Suite 5.1 integrates virtualization, cloud infrastructure and management offerings into a single product.
“Ajubeo is proud to receive the VMware vCloud Powered badge for our cloud infrastructure service offering,” said Chuck Price, president and CEO at Ajubeo. “When Ajubeo began architecting our enterprise-class cloud IaaS platform, selecting VMware as our core virtualization technology partner was 100 percent on-brand with our performance, security and management objectives. We look forward to working closely with VMware, staying at the forefront of cloud computing technology as infrastructure-as-a-service continues to shape how businesses address complex, evolving IT challenges faster and with dramatically improved capital efficiency.”
Combined with achieving enterprise-level VMware Service status and VMware’s vCloud Powered badge, Ajubeo proves to existing and prospective customers that its IaaS platform is built on industry-leading virtualization technology, particularly the VMware vCloud Suite 5.1.
As a key VMware technology partner, Ajubeo ensures that its staff has VMware Sales and Technical certifications.
The company also participates in the VMware vCloud Powered Test Drive initiative, enabling qualified customers to test Ajubeo’s virtual private data centers for free for a 60-day period.
Ajubeo also participates in the VMware Beta program, promoting the most recent virtualization and cloud technology.
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