Panavisor emphasizes providing world-class computing to SMB’s. What about enterprises? We answer that question with a question – What is an enterprise but a federation of SMBs? An enterprise’s engineering department has different needs than its HR department. The remote sales office in Des Moines has different needs than the marketing group in Paris. Comparing the SMB Ecosystem and the Enterprise Ecosystem:


In both cases, the challenge is to manage multi-tenant physical systems to securely provide the right privileges using the right resources to right site. We view this as a Rubik’s cube in which the operator of the Management Systems is challenged to line-up the desired privileges (SMB’s being different businesses, Enterprises being different functions) to the appropriate server resources while accommodating the class of site. Class of site is the scope IT control imposed by the location, ranging from total control in its own buildings to the Wild-West of ad hoc remote access.


The Enterprise Rubik’s Cube


In the Panavisor Quasi-Physical Network architecture or QPN, each privilege layer is a slice that is an isolated Virtual Private Data Center.


The “Slice” – An Isolated Virtual Private Data Center


Each slice is a Virtual Private Data Center with these attributes:

* Security – Segmentation by Isolation
* Support Users Anywhere
* Creation & Management of:

– User Services
– Server Resources
– Required Connections/Deployment

By virtue of our security by isolation, a hack of one slice is isolated from the other slices. By virtue of our advanced automation, delegation and reporting functions, IT can be more responsive to user demands, thereby fighting the twin scourges of VM Sprawl and Shadow IT. Enterprises can obtain the provisioning, orchestration and deployment efficiencies offered by the QPN architecture by adopting the Panavisor solution. Panavisor is a force multiplier for Enterprise IT departments.