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September 22, 2010

Appko launches Virtual Private Cloud for enterprise applications

Combines virtualisation specific hardware, virtual and physical hybrid networks, and high performance I/O

By CBR Staff Writer

Appko, a provider of cloud computing, has launched virtual private cloud (VPC) for enterprise applications from Oracle and enterprise ERP systems.

The VPC is a combination of virtualisation specific hardware, virtual and physical hybrid networks, high performance I/O, and staff with experience in Oracle Applications and ERP systems.

The company said that the VPC uses technology and architecture for virtual computing, combines Cisco and custom hardware, physical and virtual networks, and software from VMware to create VPC.

In addition, the firm has created partnerships and an ecosystem necessary to support Oracle and ERP systems on its VPCs.

The VPC is a special purpose virtualised environment for running large distributed enterprise applications with high I/O requirements, and can also run Oracle technologies.

The company said that the private cloud computing will work best in large enterprise environments as these systems will be converged (combining servers, networking, storage, and systems management) and highly virtualised.

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