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KBC Clearing chooses XenSource




“We follow banking restrictions which require the separation of certain services on different servers,” said Rob de Wit, IT specialist of KBC Clearing. “XenSource has made our lives much easier by allowing us to follow these regulations through the provisioning of virtual servers. We have found XenEnterprise easy to use, enabling us to create virtual machines in minutes and reduce the number of physical servers, helping to simplify our data center and allowing us to more easily manage our virtual environments.”

KBC Clearing researched other vendors before deciding to virtualize with XenSource. The company made their decision after testing both VMware ESX and XenEnterprise, and finding XenEnterprise’s performance to be superior. Since deployment in July 2006, KBC Clearing has reduced its data center to an eighth of its original physical size, and cut costs by not needing to manage and purchase additional physical servers.

“Like many other XenSource customers, KBC Clearing chose XenSource based on the high performance and ease of use of our products including XenEnterprise,” said John Bara, vice president of marketing at XenSource. “XenEnterprise enables customers to achieve the benefits of virtualization quickly, easily and dependably. We are pleased to welcome KBC Clearing to our expanding list of customers.”


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