Category Archives: Consumption Based Software Licensing

Encryption and Key Vaulting Give Virtustream Customers Enterprise-class Cloud

Tweet To make xStream into a leading enterprise-class cloud orchestration system, Virtustream brought in SafeNet data protection solutions give enterprise customers security and control of their data. While Virtustream has been using SafeNet’s authentication solutions for almost two years, they’re … Continue reading

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The Enterprise: I’m Not Sexy and I Know it

Tweet Rodney Rogers, chairman and CEO of Virtustream shares his thoughts in TechCrunch on the state of cloud computing within the large enterprise. The post discusses cloud solutions and their adoption (or not) in the voice of a large enterprise. … Continue reading

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Virtustream Offers “True Consumption-Based” Cloud Platform

Tweet Virtustream’s flagship offering is xStream, a Swiss army knife of a cloud platform built for large and complex IT environments with high security standards. The platform supports multiple hypervisors and can run as a public, hybrid, private or virtual private cloud … Continue reading

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Cloud Drives Shift toward Consumption-based Software Licensing

Forrester predicted it, and the cloud is forcing it. New pricing models for boxed and cloud-based software. If you’re considering a move to the cloud here are some questions to ask your cloud provider. Continue reading

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