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DBR360 launches complete cloud architecture environment

New virtual data centers will deliver broad capabilities for enterprises and service providers

FAIRFAX, Va., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- DBR360, a leading managed services provider, today announced the deployment of its enterprise-grade multi-tenant cloud offering. Architected to easily scale virtual data centers by volume and geography, this enhanced solution brings significant capabilities to customers seeking to connect their private networks to the Cloud.

Driving this offering are the greater than anticipated obstacles being experienced by enterprises as they integrate new cloud strategies with their existing IT infrastructure. These challenges are becoming more evident as enterprises continue to gain confidence in cloud technology and experience the significant impact it has on how they conduct business. Specifically designed to address such concerns, the DBR360 solution combines a suite of cloud virtualization infrastructure services with managed network services and back-end storage.

From virtual data center and private cloud services to managed hosted environments, DBR360 integrates cohesively with a customer's business operations. The customer retains transparency and control of their virtualized data center through advanced tool sets and an embedded, industry-leading orchestration engine.  

"Most current offerings, regardless of private or public clouds, require the customer to perform the heavy lifting with regards to integration," says company founder and CEO David Baule. "In addition, these deployments have little to no cohesion with the enterprise's current network needs or systems architectures. Often, they simply default to best-effort Internet access — which may not provide the performance and security demanded by business-critical applications."     

DBR360 is addressing this challenge of combining cloud and network strategies by connecting its cloud environment to strategically placed carrier gateways throughout the United States. From these locations, DBR360 can more easily gain access to provider networks with metro, domestic and international reach, resulting in improved performance, security and resiliency. This simple, yet sophisticated, design enables the enterprise's virtual data center environment to work seamlessly with their existing network, while DBR360 serves as an extension of their IT staff.

"With mission-critical enterprise applications being moved to the Cloud, our approach addresses the need with a higher degree of customer care and an eye toward enhanced security, reliability and consistency," says Baule. "While there has been a growing amount of buzz surrounding the Cloud for years, I truly believe DBR360 is pioneering the path of cloud continuity."      

About DBR360
DBR360 is a leading managed service provider that integrates advanced networking technologies and virtualization infrastructure into private and public cloud solutions. DBR360's name speaks to its ability to Design, Build and Run advanced solutions to help clients align their cloud and network strategies and realize measurable gains in efficiency, security and reliability — and in the process, gain a competitive edge and better perform on their mission. DBR360 delivers cloud, private network and IT infrastructures for enterprises, service providers and system integrators. DBR360's advanced infrastructure-as-a-service capabilities incorporate its virtual data center environment, industry-leading orchestration engine, backend storage, distributed carrier gateway deployments and professional service organization to deliver high performance, secure, scalable and cost-effective solutions. These scalable solutions, coupled with DBR360's easy to use management controls, enable customers to focus on their core business objectives and leave the technology investment (and driving) to DBR360. DBR360 is headquartered in Fairfax, VA. Learn more at www.dbr360.com.

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