OLLY becomes the Distributor of zVirt and Termit
OLLY IT has signed an agreement with Infoland for the distribution of zVirt and Termit, centralized management and secure remote access solutions both listed in the Unified Register of Russian Software. The collaboration agreement includes joint consulting services for technical support and migration from other virtualization platforms.
Being consistent with import substitution policy, zVirt virtualization platform enables management of virtualization servers, virtual machines, storage systems, clusters, and other virtualization units via a single console. Termit is the only product on the market that supports devices with Russian operating systems as terminal access clients. The solution ensures operation of geographically distributed company branches by providing mobile employees with access to business applications and desktops.
We upgraded our products to address customer feedback, added the most demanded functionality, released new versions, improved security, and streamlined administration. Termit is not simply a terminal access system, but also a secure VDI solution closely integrated with zVirt protected virtualization platform, the other our product. We redesigned management interfaces and role model of both products, added a backup system and tools for audit and performance analysis. Infoland has a clear systems development roadmap to keep its software compliant with the up-to-date requirements and substitute for foreign software without losing functionality.
“In late summer, we signed a cooperation agreement with OLLY becoming our exclusive distributor. Now we are planning to develop a partner network. We have jointly developed training courses for technical specialists and a certification program. To support sales, we have also prepared demo stands, enabling customers to consult with our specialists or test various use cases of Termit and zVirt,” said Igor Bondarenko, Product Owner, Infoland.
“OLLY has been distributing virtualization global leaders’ products in Russia and the CIS for more than 20 years to establish an effective sales channel and accumulate expertise. Import substitution has become a vital necessity for many end customers included in sanction lists. Therefore, the company’s management decided to diversify the product portfolio and include virtualization software from Russian developers: zVirt and Termit by the Russian company Infoland became the first such products. Hopefully, through our joint efforts, we will meet Russian companies’ demands for advanced information technologies,” said Alexey Kalistratov, Distribution Director, OLLY.
OLLY has been on the Russian IT market since 1992. The company is one of the largest virtualization software and hardware distributors specializing in products for building visualization server platforms, apps, and workstations, as well as products ensuring efficient customer experience in virtual environment.