London, UK – September 2, 2013 — / — Databarracks has become an official VMware vCloud Powered provider of public cloud services.

vCloud Powered services are built using the world’s most widely deployed and proven VMware infrastructure technologies.

Peter Groucutt, managing director at Databarracks, cites easy integration and enhanced flexibility as the key benefits of using a vCloud Powered service provider:

“If you run a virtualised environment using VMware, or if you run your own private cloud service on-premise using vCloud and you want to start using public cloud services, the most straight-forward way to do so is with a vCloud Powered provider. You get a common platform and single view of all of your workloads both internally and with your service provider.”

“vCloud powered services give you enterprise-class security and support for all of your existing systems without recoding. Businesses won’t need to modify existing applications in any way to be cloud ready”

“We want to make it as easy to use cloud services as possible. Most of the organisations we work with have built their on premise environment using VMware. As a vCloud Powered services provider we can offer the fastest route to public cloud services and provide real value from cloud computing.”

Groucutt predicts that hybrid models of cloud will be a more popular choice over moving entire infrastructures, in the initial instance: “The first and most simple cloud service businesses tend to adopt is Disaster Recovery. Tools like Zerto and Veeam which are built for VMware environments are an excellent way to replicate your workloads to a service provider. Our aim is to show IT departments how easy it is to integrate these time and cost-saving tools with your existing systems, without compromising on service or security.

“That is why we are offering free test drives of both our Disaster Recovery and Infrastructure as a Service platforms. The 30-day trial allows you to host up to 5 VMs with 100GB of SSD storage, as well as up to 200GB standard storage. Hosted from ultra-secure, ex-military nuclear bunkers; your data remains safe and you remain in control.”

The free, ‘no strings attached’ test drive of Databarracks’ platform is available through the vCloud Service Provider Partner page, or directly by clicking here:


About Databarracks:
Databarracks provides secure, Infrastructure as a Service, Backup as a Service and Disaster Recovery as a Service from UK-based, ex-military data centres.

Databarracks is certified by the Cloud Industry Forum, ISO 27001 certified for Information Security and has been selected as a provider to the G-Cloud framework.

For more information, visit:

Nick Bird or Andrew Chatterton
Spreckley Partners Ltd
Tel: +44 (0) 207 388 9988

Source: Databarracks

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