The Linux Shared Hosting NG Service Module for Parallels Operations Automation makes it possible for service providers to significantly cut infrastructure costs for delivering the service, reduce churn, and decrease planned and unplanned downtime.
RENTON, WA; 24 September 2010: Cloud services enablement leader, Parallels, today launched Linux Shared Hosting NG (Next Generation) Service Delivery Solution that will reduce infrastructure and operating expenses for service providers, achieve up to ten times greater density of web sites per server compared to traditional solutions, and enable to deliver shared web hosting service with guaranteed SLAs.
The new module uses clustering, load balancing and proprietary site isolation technology to deliver 99.99% or better uptime with consistent performance for shared web-hosting services. Small businesses that rely on their web sites value this level of reliability and performance.
Service providers are able to achieve ground-breaking profitability and margins through reduced infrastructure and operating costs, reduced churn, and increased average revenue per user by enabling the delivery of hundreds of additional services through Parallels Automation Service Delivery system.
"The shared web hosting market is large and growing. The keys to success in this competitive space are lowering operating costs and delivering a complete set of services for small business customers that leads to higher ARPUs and increased profitability. The Linux Shared Hosting NG module addresses the needs of service providers by achieving these objectives and allowing them to focus on their core business," said Jack Zubarev, President of Marketing and Alliances at Parallels.
Linux Shared Hosting NG is deployed as a module within Parallels Automation Cloud service delivery software. Service providers that automate Cloud service delivery using Parallels Automation system are able to profitably host and syndicate hundreds of Cloud services including messaging and collaboration, SaaS applications, and various virtualized infrastructures services.
"We are constantly looking to offer the best Cloud based services to our customers," said Mr Dennis Ng, CEO at Pachosting. "The Linux Shared Hosting NG module reduces operational expenses, eliminates the need to develop and maintain a system that implements clustering and site isolation, and our small business customers get world class reliability for their web site at an affordable price."
Parallels is a global leader in virtualization and automation software that optimizes computing for consumers, businesses, and Cloud services providers across all major hardware, operating systems, and virtualization platforms. Founded in 1999, Parallels is a fast-growing company with more than 700 employees in North America, Europe, and Asia. For more information, please visit www.parallels.com.