Server migration is the process of moving data from one server to another. More often than not, it requires minute planning and assistance by experts. All this is necessary because a failed server migration can create lots of headaches and added costs.
RiverMeadow Software helps companies that are looking to complete server migrations. It will now be offering its cloud migration SaaS to VMware Service Provider Program (VSPP) partners.
RiverMeadow claims that it is the only company that can enable server migration in the cloud and keep the costs and complexities down at the same time.
Cloud migration comes with its own set of benefits. Cloud migration reduces the cost and the time required to migrate the servers. Since the purpose of migrating servers is to save money and time, this seems like a good option for most companies. Cloud migration is ideal for startups, small companies and even large businesses looking to save money.
“RiverMeadow's cloud migration SaaS (News - Alert) helps customers easily and cost-effectively onboard servers into VMware vCloud environments by automating the migration process from start-to-finish," said Parag Patel, vice president, Global Strategic Alliances, VMware. "It can help accelerate the onboarding of enterprise workloads into VMware environments, and we are pleased that RiverMeadow will offer this solution to our community of VSPP partners.”
Recently, the company partnered with CoreSite and Violin Memory Inc. to facilitate cloud onborading for more than 275 carriers and other cloud service providers in the CoreSite (News - Alert) ecosystem. The enCloud software helps the server migration process by producing a disk image for in standard data-collection process. This disk image is user friendly and can be used in popular cloud stacks such as VMWare's vCloud.
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Edited by Rich Steeves