Software enables it to simultaneously run multiple execution environments called 'containers' on a single physical server and a single OS.
Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltd, a provider of web hosting solutions, today announced that its new virtual private server are powered by Parallels, a virtualization and automation software provider. The company states that being Parallels Gold Partner, it is offering four VPS service plans for the Linux and Windows platforms.
Each level – Starter, Basic, Standard and Enterprise – is managed through Parallels System Automation and Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, it adds.
It declared that its new VPS offerings are provisioned and managed through Parallels Virtuozzo Containers operating system virtualization software and Parallels Automation datacenter solution. It adds that Parallels Virtuozzo Containers enables it to simultaneously run multiple execution environments called 'containers' on a single physical server and a single OS.
Further administrators can install any application, server software or OS component. Parallels Automation allows to more efficiently manage the VPS infrastructure and scale to add new services such as shared hosting, SaaS, and Hosted Exchange, avers the company.
"We are pleased that Blacknight chose Parallels solutions to power its new VPS offerings and bring the benefits of virtualization to its customers in Ireland," said Serguei Beloussov, CEO of Parallels.
"Parallels software gives Blacknight the flexibility and control to meet the needs of their customers, both large and small, and provides an open platform that will allow Blacknight to add new services and take advantages of emerging opportunities like software as a service."
"By partnering with Parallels, Blacknight is able to bring innovative virtualization technologies to the Irish market," said Michele Neylon, Blacknight Solutions.
"Parallels Virtuozzo Containers and Parallels Automation are 'best-of-breed' solutions that will give our customers the control and flexibility of a dedicated server at a fraction of the price."
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