May 31, 2012
PHOENIX, Ariz., May 31 — Phoenix NAP, a full service data center, premier infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider and primary network access point (NAP), announced today that software updates for its Phoenix NAP Secured Cloud offering are now complete.
"We are thrilled to have finalized the software updates for the Phoenix NAP Secured Cloud multifacility functionality," said Ian McClarty, Phoenix NAP president. "Soon users of our cloud solution will be able to create virtual machines at different facilities around the world and we couldn't be more excited!"
Phoenix NAP's first node location will be located in Amsterdam followed by Ashburn, Virginia. Additionally, Phoenix NAP Secured Cloud's newly updated software and system includes API options to automate VM creation and deletion, add firewall rules instantly, create and modify any server or service object in the system, and utilize the accounting and CRM system of your choice.
"As providing leading systems and solutions has always been our top priority, the opportunity to leverage API calls for automating a number of cloud management tasks falls right in line with our ease-of-use cloud philosophy," said William Bell, Phoenix NAP director of Information Systems. "Following this software update, we look forward to growing and expanding our features, functionality, and global presence even more in the future."
Phoenix NAP is a PCI DSS Validated Service Provider and a SOC Type 2 audited facility.
About Phoenix NAP
Phoenix NAP, a full service data center, premier infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) provider and primary network access point (NAP) for the Phoenix, AZ, metro region leads the path for technology systems and solutions through its innovation and vastly redundant data center systems. Our highly personalized approach ensures that all of your requirements are met. Whether it's high-density colocation, flexible storage, physical servers or Phoenix NAP Secured Cloud services, our enterprise-grade facility and certified NOC technicians supply IT solutions to fit your every need. For more information, visit the company's website at http://www.phoenixnap.com.
Source: Phoenix NAP
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