Veeams has an aggressive portfolio of cloud products, including Oracle and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
But its other clients are in a very different business.
Interarch Design, the new firm created by former VMware executive Jason Loh and former IBM VP of architecture and business innovation John Loh, has a big new client on the horizon: Oracle.
Loh said that Oracle is the right fit for Interarch because its product roadmap is similar to Veeamas, and its existing customers have a similar product focus.
InterArch is also a partner of Oracle.
Oracle’s cloud computing business has been struggling since it closed a deal with Microsoft for the acquisition of the Windows Server business last year.
Since then, the company has focused on selling cloud services to companies such as Google, Salesforce, Amazon, and others.
Loyola University Chicago is also part of the new Interarch group, and Loh recently announced a new $5 billion venture capital fund to help accelerate growth in its enterprise cloud.
Oracle, by contrast, has long had an edge over its competitors in the market for enterprise virtualization and storage.
The company has a large number of enterprise customers, including Microsoft, HP, IBM, Dell, and Oracle.
And it has been an early supporter of VMware’s commercial products.
However, its software-as-a-service business has not been particularly successful.
Veeampro is in a much different position to Vireio, which has a relatively low base of customer base, but which has also seen growth.
And Loh says that Veeamps focus is on a more cloud-centric business model that focuses on cloud services rather than traditional data center-as the central business model for enterprise.
“It’s not just about data centers and storage,” Loh told me.
“The challenge is getting that customer base to stay for a longer period of time.” “
Veeams is looking for a long-term customer base,” he said.
“The challenge is getting that customer base to stay for a longer period of time.”
And Interarch, which also designs the Hyper-V virtualization platform for VMware, is looking to scale up as well.
InterARCH is working with Oracle, HP and Microsoft to launch its new Cloud Server product.
InterArch’s first customers will be HP, which is building a new version of its Hyper-v virtualization technology.
InterARCh will also offer its Veeaml-powered Azure virtual machine cloud, which Loh believes will become the standard for enterprise-class virtualization in the next couple of years.
The new Cloud Service offerings will be available for enterprise customers of both Veeaam and Vireaam.
And InterArch will offer a suite of services that allow users to run virtual machines that run directly on the Cloud Service, including a new feature called Cloud-to-Cloud, which allows customers to deploy and manage virtual machines on a single virtual machine.
LOH said that Interarch is currently planning to launch an initial customer in the first quarter of 2018.
InterARC is also working with HP and Oracle to bring Cloud Service-based virtual machines to the Veealabs Azure cloud, along with support for Hyper-Vs cloud storage.
InterArc also is working to bring Azure-based VMs to Virix virtual machines, along the same lines as Oracle’s Cloud Server.
Luch said that in the coming months, Interarch will be making some announcements about these new offerings, including the availability of Hyper-VDMs on Veeama.
Interarr has some of the biggest clients in the enterprise-grade virtualization market, but the company is also one of the few that is not building products specifically for the cloud.
It has also been working with Microsoft, and it is also in the midst of expanding its cloud offering.
Vereeam, which will be launching a new product, is focused on providing enterprise-level virtualization.
“We think there is a really big opportunity to bring the cloud to customers that are not just interested in one cloud platform,” Luch told me, adding that Vereaam’s cloud services “will be more like a single-cloud platform.”
Verear will be offering a hybrid solution called Vereeb that is more like the Vereal service, which it says will be the standard on the market.
Viereaam will also be offering Verei, which uses the Hypervisor Virtual Machine, or HVM, for the Azure cloud.
InterVee has also begun to build a new Veealam product called Veeeam-VeeaAM, which provides cloud-to -cloud virtualization on a Veeamar cloud.
“That’s going to be really important to the market,” Lough said.
Interarc, which started in 2003 as a