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Cellarit: Virtualization with VMware successful!

You, the client, are the hero! You have paid for something that has delivered you the promise as promised! You ought to celebrate!

"At the end of the day virtualization made sense and is a cheaper solution on a monthly basis," Witt said. "Effectively, as a virtual customer we are removed from the hardware cycle. If we retained the old cycle, every few years we were forced to evaluate a move to the latest hot box."

Witt said hardware capacity is no longer a concern for Cellarit because "at the end of day we can dial up any usage on the virtual server."

"To us as an e-commerce company with customers in Australia and around the world using our service 24x7, being able to expand in a seamless fashion rather than in large physical chunks is much smoother," he said. "At the end of the day we are all about providing the highest level of service to customers."

Witt is confident the reliability of a virtualized solution, built with VMWare Inc.'s virtual infrastructure, will be higher than the physical machines and will not be disrupted by it because Bulletproof is monitoring the systems.

What more can I say, Nothing succeeds like success!

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