Peter Weber: Carpathia to Offer VMware vCloud Gov’t Service via Early Access Program

Cloud Computing, ExecutiveBizCarpathia will launch the Early Access Program for its VMware vCloud Government Service based on feedback from the invited participants to its earlier beta-testing program on the enterprise-class hybrid cloud service.

Peter Weber, Carpathia CEO, wrote Friday on the company blog that the new program is open to federal CIOs and IT organizations that plan to develop and test cloud applications on the VMware-based community cloud.

Customers can buy the VMware vCloud Government Service to guide their cloud adoption initiatives, he said.

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