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    R$ 45 1GB RAM 40GB disk 300Mbps unmetered - VIVO Cloud Server One - Sao Paulo



    Oferta destinada a clientes Pessoa Jurídica

    Preços válidos até 31/12/16

    Instalação sujeita à análise de crédito e viabilidade técnica.

    O Vivo Cloud Server One está hospedado no Data Center Vivo Tamboré e conta com uma estrutura robusta de firewalls, antivírus e proteção contra ataques DDoS para entregar altos níveis de segurança corporativa.

    Certificado em TIER III – Design, Facility e Operations –, o Data Center foi construído respeitando a sustentabilidade (certificação Leed Gold) e a partir do conceito de crescimento modular. Dessa forma, garantimos flexibilidade para atender às demandas e às evoluções tecnológicas.

    https://assine.vivo.com.br/empresas/...o-cloud-server


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    Huawei / OpenStack

    23/06/2016

    A Vivo Empresas – área da Telefônica voltada para B2B – acaba de lançar uma solução de cloud especifica para as micro, pequenas e médias empresas, o Vivo Cloud Server One.

    O Vivo Cloud Server One é uma solução de infraestrutura de TI, que disponibiliza servidores em nuvem capazes de hospedar blogs, sites, rodar sistemas diversos da empresa e armazenar arquivos utilizando a tecnologia de ponta do maior Data Center comercial da América Latina.

    Pensado especialmente para empresas que não têm expertise em TI, o Vivo Cloud Server One oferece uma interface simples onde o próprio cliente pode criar e acessar o servidor virtual. São onze tipos de pacotes com tarifações fixas em Reais a preços competitivos, que variam de acordo com a quantidade e a capacidade de máquinas virtuais.

    Com o Vivo Cloud Server One, a empresa não tem que se preocupar com compra de equipamentos, espaço, manutenção, limites de trafego ou oscilações de fatura. Tem interfaces acessíveis à qualquer empresa, possibilita redução de custos e maior eficiência, além da segurança proporcionada pelo Data Center da Vivo, um dos maiores e melhores da América Latina, com certificação Tier III.

    O serviço utiliza a plataforma de computação em nuvem da Huawei, composta por servidores, equipamentos de redes e armazenamento, e sistema operacional de grande capacidade baseados no padrão aberto Openstack.

    http://www.telefonica.com.br/servlet...ayoutNoticia01

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    Casas Bahia

    Na época do lançamento dos microcomputadores existia uma critica que os equipamentos eram anunciados focando caracteristicas (megahertz do processador XY564654-Z, quilobytes de memória, etc), contrariando a prática de enfatizar beneficios e, eventualmente, as caracteristicas que suportam esses beneficios. Exemplo: esse carro é muito seguro (beneficio) .... porque utiliza freios ABS (caracteristica). Aquela abordagem era adequada para vender micros para o nicho de hobistas, e aqueles sujeitos que assinam posts com lista de peças de seus equipamentos, mas as vendas dispararam devido aos aplicativos para desktop lançados, exaltando beneficios, claro. Mas um servidor na Internet o buraco é mais embaixo. Caracteristicas são importantes. Talvez um gerador de sites seja uma solução boa o suficiente para determinados clientes, dispensando serviços de um Web designer; pacotes CMS e outros atendem a necessidade de milhões de usuários, dispensando serviços de programadores; e hospedagem compartilhada e servidores gerenciados dispensam inúmeras tarefas que exigem conhecimentos de administração de sistemas, banco de dados, segurança, etc. Porém manter servidores (virtuais ou fisicos) não gerenciados não é a simplicidade malandra que a Vivo, e não só ela, sugere. O comprador desse produto não pode ser privado de informações básicas, como sistema de virtualização e de armazenamento utilizados, e deveria ser poupado de cretinices oficiais como "sistema operacional de grande capacidade baseados no padrão aberto Openstack". O que se encontra no lerdissimo site da Vivo é falta de informação técnica para um produto que exige conhecimentos técnicos. O interessado que se submeta à burocracia e análises de crédito e que pague antes para descobrir depois o que está comprando. E que seja paciente -- no ReclameAqui tem um consumidor que acusa a Vivo de não ter entregue o VPS decorridos 30 dias e o atendimento telefònico ser inexistente.

    BTW a Vivo me ligou oferecendo acesso "100 megabytes". Questionei se não seria 100 megabits. "Não, é megabytes mesmo". Se o vendedor não foi treinado para conhecer o minimo, não apostaria uma mariola que a coisa seja diferente no resto da empresa.
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    Company Trend Analysis - New IaaS Offering To Bolster Vivo's SME Appeal

    BMI View: Vivo's new IaaS IT offering is aimed at bolstering its enterprise business as its core consumer mobile business underperforms. Vivo will experience stiff compet ition from both operators as well as dedicated IT players. While economic headwinds pose an upsi de risk to service take- up, political uncertainties in the market may impede service deepening in the medium to long run .

    Vivo Empresas has launched an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering, dubbed 'Cloud Server One'. The service specifically targets small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with affordable data hosting and storage solutions via a Huawei cloud platform deployed in its eight Brazilian datacentres. Vivo is focusing more on the enterprise market in order to offset underperformance in its core consumer mobile business. We have a brighter medium-term growth outlook for IT services relative to software and hardware in the overall Brazilian IT market. This is a positive for the uptake of Vivo's IaaS offering, but we note that the operator will experience heavy competition from local and international players.

    The IT services market is crowded: operators, such as Claro, Oi and Embratel as well as dedicated IT players such as IBM and Ativy have been aggressively investing in datacentres and cloud computing services. With 1.2mn enterprise customers, Vivo Empresas is small but can leverage its wider voice, broadband and value-added service (VAS) customers for growth. This will keep customer acquisition costs low in the early stages of roll-out while also giving the operator access to a relatively loyal customer pool.

    Datacentre And IaaS A Focus For SMEs' Cloud Spending
    Brazil Cloud Computing Forecasts


    This article is part of our Americas coverage. To access this article subscribe now or sign up for free trial

    http://www.telecomsinsight.com/compa...ppeal-aug-2016

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    Huawei's FusionSphere Cloud OS



    FusionSphere provides an integrated, enterprise-class OS for migrating to fully virtualized and distributed IT infrastructure — cloud-based infrastructure for today's most resource-intensive enterprise applications; giving users secure access to applications and resources anywhere, anytime, and on any device.

    Exploiting hardware-based and software-based x86 virtualization, FusionSphere creates a virtual data center for each user. Transparently, FusionStorage and UltraVR components provide backup and disaster recovery services, ensuring resilient access while applications are in use, and fast recovery from any fault or disruption.

    • Efficient: Designed and tested for high-performance, high-availability, large-capacity resource clusters, extensibility, and customizable automatic management capabilities
    • Secure: End-to-end security protection, multiple disaster recovery options, and comprehensive defense mechanisms provided in FusionSphere's Trusted Platform Module
    • Converged for manageability: Centralized physical and virtual resource management, management of multiple data centers; a complete cloud OS solution for private, public, and hybrid clouds
    • Open for growth: OpenStack-based architecture, hardware, and software support with comprehensive APIs and rich embedded Systems Development Kit (eSDK) accommodate unbounded flexibility


    http://e.huawei.com/en-IN/marketing-material/ProductMarketingMaterialNotLogin?id={7A8990C4-371C-4502-97AA-27C2FFE4BAB6}&userinfo=public&itemId={6180267F-44AF-4360-BD32-FD55D471FA0D}

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    Why Huawei is championing OpenStack

    Paul Mah
    22 September 2015

    With version 6.0 of its FusionSphere cloud operating system, Huawei has added more enterprise features and consolidated its support for the OpenStack open source cloud platform. At the launch in Shanghai, we spoke to two Hawei CTOs to find out more.

    Huawei integrated a range of capabilities, such as active-active disaster recovery, host and storage replication, and the ability to manage both virtual and physical networks in FusionSphere 6.0 which was announced at the Huawei Cloud Congress (HCC2015) held in the Shanghai Expo Center last week.

    A quick adopter

    The ten thousand HCC2015 attendees can’t have missed Huawei’s commitment to OpenStack, but the general IT industry might not have picked up on the Chinese giant’s rapid adoption and increasing contribution to the open source stack, that allows organizations to set up their own private cloud with a handful of servers. Despite a relatively late start with its first code contribution to OpenStack just two years ago (A storage driver in Grizzly), Huawei has risen to the number six position in terms of code commits for the Liberty release due in October – ahead of companies such as Cisco, Intel, and VMware.

    Why does Huawei like OpenStack? At the Shanghai conference, DatacenterDynamics spoke with two CTOs from Huawei: Leung Wing Kin of the enterprise business group, and Jacky Wang of the carrier business group.

    Why open source, and why OpenStack?

    “People are changing their attitudes towards open source,” said Leung, an industry veteran who first cut his teeth in IT more than two decades ago as a network and system integrator. As recently as ten years ago, developers were happy with a “copy and paste” mentality when it came to open source, but Leung says the IT environment in China has since evolved, and now cares about being able to contribute back.

    According to Leung, Huawei’s decision to put its weight behind OpenStack is an intuitive response. The market has already reached a consensus on OpenStack as the preferred platform for cloud deployments, says Leung, and Huawei currently has several ongoing projects involving OpenStack, including some for large banking customers which he did not name.

    “OpenStack is an ideal implementation for cloud computing. You can look at it as the public and private cloud; OpenStack can be the background for both,” said Leung. “There could be version specific design or hybrid, [but] from a theoretical standpoint, it is the same. We consider OpenStack as a way to address both [deployment scenarios].”

    The emphasis on public cloud deployment may seem strange, but is easily understood in the context of Huawei’s carrier business, which still makes up the lion’s share of the company’s revenues. Wang, the CTO of the carrier business group offered additional insights on this front.

    “[The carrier industry is] translating from traditional services to more services for their customers. There is pressure to create more dividend. They try to get more revenue from different areas,” said Wang, alluding to how offering public cloud services has become an avenue for carriers to generate more revenues. And carriers are certainly well-positioned to roll out such capabilities.

    “Carriers [are strong] in the network, they have traditional data centers, they already have customers from the enterprise,” explained the CTO of the carrier business group. “If they supply public cloud [services], they can provide more [value] to their customers.”

    The shift towards open source in the enterprise is relatively straightforward to understand, and Leung emphasised how the industry is moving away from proprietary products such as those from VMware towards open infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) platforms and technologies such as OpenStack and KVM.

    “Many companies are doing the planning, or even doing a pilot [of OpenStack]. The primary focus is dynamic service orchestration with a quick time to market,” Leung said, pointing to how it is now common to find companies dabbling in technologies such as software defined networking (SDN), software defined infrastructure (SDI) and virtual extensible LAN (VXLAN). This is not to say that traditional virtualization or VMware is out of the picture, though.

    “OpenStack is actually the model they [are] based on. They also need to think about the transition and migration and coexistence with VMware,” he told us. So while it is evident that OpenStack is fast becoming the de facto enabler for the cloud, it is its open source nature that really makes it appealing to enterprises.

    Doing OpenStack better

    In an earlier report about the use of OpenStack at Pacnet (now Telstra) to enable its network-as-a-service offering, Jon Vestal, vice president of product architecture told us that he does not upgrade to every release of OpenStack, known for its rapid release cadence.

    With two major releases per year and multiple minor revisions in between, we were curious about how this affects real-life deployments. And given its relative newness in the market, are there enough IT professionals in the market with the right skills to properly deploy and manage OpenStack?

    When we posed these questions to Leung, he said the rapid releases are due to the sheer number of contributors, an issue which has affected other popular open source projects. Ironically, this presents what he calls a golden opportunity for the company to address the challenges in the market, as large system integrators and managed services providers look for partners – such as Huawei – to manage and differentiate their OpenStack offerings to their clients.

    “There are not that many IT people who are running OpenStack installations,” acknowledged Leung, explaining that many organizations turning to OpenStack are still in their pilot phases. “This is a common thing with new technology development,” said Leung. “People see the benefits, they also see the risks, in terms of maturity of solution, and of the people who can run it.”

    As it is, organizations are migrating to OpenStack on an application by application basis, according to Leung. Presumably, this gives them the opportunity to figure out the ropes without being being thrown into the proverbial deep end of the pool.

    For his part, Wang is more sanguine about the requisite expertise to deploy OpenStack, which he says is increasing. Moreover, he points out that it is easier to retrain IT professionals into cloud experts than training someone from scratch. Wang should know, given that he is an adjunct professor at the Beihang University in Beijing – considered to be one of the top universities in China – where he lectures on mobile Internet and cloud computing.

    Moving into the future

    Initial deployment pains aside, the beauty of a standardized cloud platform such as OpenStack will be how it can make the deployment of cloud services much easier in the future. Both Leung and Wang admitted that much work remains to be done with OpenStack.

    Leung pointed out that enterprises are still looking for feature parity compared with entrenched solutions such as VMware’s vSphere, while Wang said that carriers expect a level of reliability, authentication support, security and audit functions which may not be available or fully integrated yet. This is where Huawei is stepping into the gaps to deliver these capabilities, as well as by contributing into the thriving open source project.

    Ultimately, Huawei with its ample engineering resources is well positioned to support customers who opt to go with OpenStack. “We have many customers, we can invest more developers and researchers into the platform,” says Wang. “Different customers also have different issues; we solve many [software] bugs, we can help others on this.”

    http://www.datacenterdynamics.com/co...48.fullarticle

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    OceanStor DJ

    September 21, 2015

    Huawei has launched the latest version of its enterprise cloud operating system. FusionSphere 6.0 was unveiled at Huawei Cloud Congress in Shanghai, alongside FusionInsight and FusionStage.

    The cloud operating system aims to helps customers run their services more smoothly over virtual servers, private clouds, public clouds, hybrid clouds, desktop clouds and network function virtualisation infrastructures (NFVIs).

    The strategy is to build all components, systems and ecosystems of FusionSphere on open source software and to comply with native OpenStack standards, said Joy Huang, VP of Huawei’s IT product line. It also supports OpenStack application programming interfaces (APIs) so that third-party apps based on native OpenStack can run on Huawei FusionSphere 6.0 without any adjustment.

    Huawei has also released OceanStor DJ, a data service platform that offers storage and management services on demand by unifying storage resources, which it claims will raise operating operation efficiency in data centres. Administrators can now select from a menu of data management services and pool the resources across their cloud data centres. OceanStor DJ also offers archiving and offline data services.

    Huawei said it is ‘working closely’ with 30 storage application vendors to provide easy to use data services such as data protection, databases, big data and data security through OceanStor DJ.

    “OceanStor DJ provides storage as a service (SaaS) for enterprise IT systems, freeing up engineers from the heavy workload in managing data storage and focusing them on service transformation and innovation,” said Fan Ruiqi, president of Huawei’s storage product line.

    Huawei storage products have a community of dedicated users, strong customer support and the ability to manage growing amounts of data, said Eric Sansonetti, VP of Business Partnerships at database company VoltDB. “We foresee ample opportunities to partner in the growing area of real-time analytics and data challenges,” said Sansonetti, “an open data service platform for partners will help push the development of software-defined storage.”

    Huawei announced that it is currently ranked 7th in the latest official ranking of commitment to Openstack.

    Huawei also participates in the open-source container field and is among the founding members of Open Container Initiative (OCI) project and Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).

    http://www.businesscloudnews.com/201...loud-congress/

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    Data center Telefônica Vivo Tamboré (Santana do Parnaiba, SP)


    Avenida Marcos Penteado de Ulhôa Rodrigues, 1.690, Tamboré

    • Opened in September 2012
    • Project by HP/EYP
    • 4.600 m2 of Data Hall (1.760 racks) in 33.600 m2 of built area
    • Total power capacity of 33 MW
    • Modular infrastructure growth
    • Tier III Design and Facilitiy certifications
    • Leed Gold certification


    Com investimento total de R$ 400 milhões, o Data Center Telefônica Vivo Tamboré foi construido em terreno de 70 mil metros quadrados. Térreo e 1o andar, com pé direito de oito metros, são destinados à facilities e salas de servidores. Um mezanino e quatro pavimentos administrativos completam as dependências do edifício.

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i6oRgZiVuCk

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