Virtual Appliance Provides Entry Point for Small Deployments

The VersaVirtual appliance from Rockwell Automation provides all the computing, networking and storage capabilities needed to deploy and maintain up to 15 virtual machines in one ready-to-use appliance.

Virtual Appliance Provides Entry Point for Small Deployments
Virtual Appliance Provides Entry Point for Small Deployments

The appliance helps save time and money when virtualizing applications in two key ways. First, it avoids the potential pitfalls of a do-it-yourself virtualized architecture. Homegrown solutions can take weeks to deploy and require working with multiple vendors. The pre-engineered appliance arrives preconfigured, where it can be deployed in just hours. And instead of dealing with multiple vendors, users have one number to call for support. Second, it provides similar capabilities as an Industrial Data Center but with scaled down cost and complexity for smaller applications. This can break down barriers to virtualization for companies that are challenged by solution complexity, lack of skills or resources, and infrastructure costs. The product comes with one-year remote monitoring and administration so that users receive around-the-clock system monitoring to help prevent downtime. Customers will also receive support from certified IT/OT professionals who have an average response time of three minutes to help resolve technical issues.

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