Virtuozzo is a leading provider of high-density container, hypervisor, and virtualized storage solutions that enable service providers, ISVs, and enterprises to deliver secure, highly available, and hyper-converged virtualized platforms and services. An industry pioneer, Virtuozzo developed the first commercially available container technology in 2001, which today is used by over 700 worldwide partners to enable over 5,000,000 virtual environments running mission critical cloud workloads. A longstanding member of the Open Source community, Virtuozzo also owns and/or contributes to numerous open source projects including OpenVZ, CRIU, P.Haul, KVM, Docker, and the Linux kernel.
With Virtuozzo Storage, unused disk space on server nodes can be turned into low cost cloud storage. Its highly available, distributed storage system has built-in replication and disaster recovery. And most importantly, you can build fault-tolerant, multi-machine storage clusters using nothing more than your servers' pre-existing, locally attached hard drives—with no additional hardware costs.