About K7 Cloud

With Cloud Computing, organizations around the world, start-ups or well established companies, gain the capability of being able to access almost infinite computing, storage and networking resources in a truly on-demand fashion. The best part is that they are able to do this with little or no up-front investment. As a hosting provider, do you have the capability to serve the new cloud to your customers? Or, as an organization running high traffic web applications, is your infrastructure able to scale easily to provide better service to your users and do your server utilization graphs make you happy? K7 Computing exists to solve these issues for you in the most optimal fashion, and lets you concentrate on what you do best: Running your core business.

Providing Core Infrastructure Technology to the next generation of Cloud Computing Providers is K7 Cloud, the Cloud Computing division of K7 Computing. With products that let you offer Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Auto-Scalability, High-Availability and Automation in the Cloud, K7 Cloud is your one-stop Cloud Technology Enabler.

K7Computing was started in 1991. Headquartered in Chennai, India, K7 Computing brings 16 years of experience and expertise in delivering high quality security software solutions to consumers and small business segment by protecting & safeguarding their digital assets from any kind of malware attacks over the internet. A clear vision and focus in building a proven technology over the years has resulted in acquiring 9+ million satisfied customers by 2009.

K7 Computing's Cloud Computing division, K7 Cloud Solutions was formed as a result of K7 Computing's acquisition of BinaryKarma, a Chennai, India based start-up working on products in the area of Virtualization Management.

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