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Razor Servers Launches First Pennsylvania Cloud Computing Service

"The future of hosting is Cloud Computing" - Matthew Kelly, CEO & President of Razor Servers

Razor Servers announced today that it will begin offering Cloud Computing services to its customers, using the Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), Service Provider Edition. This will be the first Cloud Computing service based in Pennsylvania.

Razor Servers will host the ECP cloud computing platform within its Philadelphia datacenter, enabling Razor Servers customer to access computing capacity on demand. Razor Servers Cloud Computing service is expected to be available to customers on June 15, 2009. Razor Servers Enomaly ECP-based Cloud Computing service can be used to host web sites, to power internal business applications, and to provide burst capacity to meet peak loads for existing systems. Razor Servers ECP Cloud Computing platform enables customers to access and manage any number of virtual servers, running Microsoft Windows, Linux, or any other operating system. Customers access and manage their virtual servers through a web-based dashboard. Customers can also automatically scale up and down their use of cloud servers through a robust web-based API.

“We are delighted to have Razor Servers among the select group of Charter Customers for the rollout of the Service Provider Edition of our Elastic Computing Platform”, stated Dr. Richard Reiner, CEO of Enomaly. “We believe customers of Razor Servers will benefit tremendously from having a Cloud Computing service available for their applications and overall needs.”

“The future of hosting is Cloud Computing,” added Matthew Kelly, CEO & President of Razor Servers. “We’re very excited to offer this Cloud Computing service, based on Enomaly’s platform. The ability to offer our customers Private Clouds, On Demand Services and Virtual Private Data Centers will be unmatched in the industry. Real time scalability is key in this day and age, which made this a logical addition to our services as part of our ongoing commitment to meet our customer’s highest expectations”.

About Razor Servers:
Razor Servers is a market leader in Dedicated Server, VPS, Gaming and Colocation hosting. Razor Servers provides it’s service to customers in over 65 countries. Razor Servers is based in Philadelphia, PA, USA. www.razorservers.com

About Enomaly, Inc.:
Enomaly is a leading vendor of Cloud Computing platform software. Enomaly's Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) is the answer for carriers, hosting providers, and enterprises that want to benefit from the power, flexibility, and compelling economics of cloud computing. Organizations around the world use ECP today to deliver Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to their customers and internal users, to seamlessly bridge computing tasks between their datacenters and public cloud providers, and to experience the increased business agility of cloud computing. Enomaly is based in Toronto, Canada, and has operations in Vancouver, Canada, South Korea, and Ukraine. www.enomaly.com

More Stories By Reuven Cohen

An instigator, part time provocateur, bootstrapper, amateur cloud lexicographer, and purveyor of random thoughts, 140 characters at a time.

Reuven is an early innovator in the cloud computing space as the founder of Enomaly in 2004 (Acquired by Virtustream in February 2012). Enomaly was among the first to develop a self service infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platform (ECP) circa 2005. As well as SpotCloud (2011) the first commodity style cloud computing Spot Market.

Reuven is also the co-creator of CloudCamp (100+ Cities around the Globe) CloudCamp is an unconference where early adopters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas and is the largest of the ‘barcamp’ style of events.