CaaB Uses VMware to Deliver the Cloud to MSP Customers

July 24, 2019 Alix Paultre

Cloud services provider CaaB is leveraging VMware Hypervisor to help Managed Services Providers, VARs, and hosting companies operate in the global cloud infrastructure. “Cloud infrastructure based on VMware Hypervisor is more stable and reliable,” said Yohay Azulay, Founder of CaaB. “We ensure MSP clients reap the benefits directly by including it as a regular part of our cloud offerings.”

CaaB services are available from 13 separate data centers around the world, and are used by more than 6,000 end customers. The VMware infrastructure allows CaaB to deliver an infrastructure with 99.99 percent SLA. While VMware Hypervisor is running in the background, every service provider has access to a VCenter that allows them to completely manage individual client accounts.

CaaB’s VMware-based cloud infrastructure is distributed across purpose-built data centers in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East, so servers can be launched from any location instantly, running Windows or Linux according to individual configuration needs.

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