BMIT expands its portfolio with a new load balancing solution

BMIT, Malta’s leading provider of data centre, cloud and managed IT services, has just enhanced its Managed Services portfolio with the introduction of a Load Balancer-as-a-Service. The company has opted for a Brocade-based solution, therefore ensuring that industry-leading technology is being adopted for both its data centre-based as well as on-premise customers.

In the process, BMIT also attained a Brocade Cloud Service Provider status.

BMIT’s Load Balancer as a Service provides an effective and highly reliable solution to distribute traffic effectively, so no single device gets overwhelmed with traffic. Additionally, it provides a range of features and functionalities to deliver faster, high performance user experience, while maximising the efficiency and capacity of web and application servers.

“Becoming a Brocade CSP was an integral part of our mission to simplify IT consumption by our customers. Our collaboration with Brocade ensures that we can deliver a load balancing solution on a pay-per-use model, and complete with full functionalities expected from top-end solutions”, commented Jack Mizzi, BMIT’s Chief of Marketing & Business Development.

Amar Ul-Haq Brocade’s Cloud Sales Manager– Software Division EMEA added, ”We are delighted to be collaborating with BMIT.  The company is a leader in its field and we strongly believe that Brocade’s services and technologies can further enhance BMIT’s offering as it seeks to extend its IT services portfolio to its customers.  We’re really looking forward to extend our expertise and collaboration with one of Malta’s leading IT companies”.

The Load Balancer as a Service offering is the lawww newcomer to BMIT’s portfolio, with other additions being a range of connectivity services over its new 40Gbps exclusive international network, data centre points of presence in Milan and Frankfurt, as well as the attainment of a Microsoft Cloud Service Provider status, and the offering of Microsoft Office 365 services on a pay-per-use model.

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