zVirt Wins Digital Tops Award
Infoland zVirt, a virtualization management system, won the Digital Tops national award in the Digitalization Pivot category. Mikhail Orlovsky, Infoland Product Manager, presented the solution in the contest final at the Gaidar Forum.
The Digital Tops national prize was introduced in 2016 by the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration to award the best IT solutions improving the efficiency of both business and government. The contest is conducted under the patronage of the Ministry of Digital Development[, Communications and Mass Media] and with the support from Mail.ru Group, Russian SMB association OPORA, Skolkovo Foundation, and Softline Group. The 2020 competition entry gathered 400+ applications from across 55 Russian regions. The judges included directors of largest Russian enterprises and regional ministers of digital development.
Virtualization security and management system zVirt with web interface in the Russian language that allows users to manage virtualization servers, virtual machines, storage, clusters, and other objects in the virtualization environment via a single console. The system is fully compatible with the majority of Russian operating systems and backup solutions. Virtualization platform zVirt is listed in the Unified Register of Russian Software for Computers and Databases (#4984) maintained by the Russian Ministry of Communications and Mass Media. To learn more about the product, please visit the official website: zvirt.com.