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Infinitely Virtual Offers All-in-One Control Panel for Dedicated Server Customers
By Anil Sharma, TMCnet Contributor
Infinitely Virtual, a rapidly expanding provider of affordable virtual server technology, has developed a new control panel for Infinitely Virtual’s Linux shared hosting and virtual dedicated server customers.
Officials with Infinitely said that the control panel, entitled InfinitePanel, will allow the company’s clients to manage all of their Linux servers from one easy-to-use control panel.
“Infinitely Virtual continuously strives to improve our virtual service. InfinitePanel allows customers the freedom to control all of their Linux from one control panel,” said Adam Stern, president and CEO of Infinitely Virtual, in a statement.
Company officials said that the implementation of InfinitePanel creates a convenient and easily-manageable control panel for Linux clients, and takes Infinitely Virtual further in its mission to seek out and deliver practical, reliable, and energy efficient virtual technology services at the industry’s lowest prices.
Recently Infinitely Virtual announced the use of NetApp’s SnapManager for Virtual Infrastructure, or SMVI, for backing up data.
The addition of NetApp’s SMVI to Infinitely Virtual’s technology lineup simplifies management, and increases productivity for backup, restore, and disaster operations in a VMware environment.
The NetApp SMVI works with VMware vCenter, automating and simplifying management of backup and restore operations. SMVI offers VMware administrators a simple management tool to create application-consistent backups for their virtual machines.
SMVI also allows users to instantly recover a datastore, VM, vmdk, or an individual file within a VM guest.
Following Infinitely Virtual on Facebook and Twitter offers Infinitely Virtual clients the opportunity to be up-to-the-minute informed on company news by receiving instant information from page updates and tweets.
Anil Sharma is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anil’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Erin Monda