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Phoenix 2.0 Introduces Free Managed IT Package For San Francisco Bay Area Start-Ups

The PhaseZero Start-up Offer Includes IT Support and a One-Year Puppet Enterprise License

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Phoenix 2.0 today announced a package of free IT services aimed specifically at start-ups in the San Francisco Bay Area in order to stimulate local business growth and support entrepreneurship.  The PhaseZero Start-up offer includes one free day of on-site consulting, plus a year of Puppet Enterprise from Puppet Labs.

The combination of on-site IT support from Phoenix 2.0, and IT automation software from Puppet Labs is designed to help start-ups implement their IT infrastructure quickly, securely, and effectively. 

"We looked at the challenges faced by start-ups on a daily basis and realized we needed to offer a free solution that would make their lives easier, and help them focus on their core product or service," said John Sedivy, Client Services Director, Phoenix 2.0.

The PhaseZero Start-up package – worth up to $10,000 – is available to registered corporations in the San Francisco Bay Area with a physical office, and a minimum of four full-time employees.  Companies outside of the Bay Area may still be eligible for the offer, depending on support and DevOps required.  The full-day of on-site consulting with a Phoenix 2.0 senior systems engineer will help businesses by providing recommendations and advice around:

  • Scalability.  Dynamically scale operations with optimized cloud infrastructure services.
  • Reliability.  Maintain uptime and reduce the rate of failure with robust automation.
  • Flexibility and Agility.  Plan and organize IT architecture correctly so companies can rapidly respond to changing business needs.

More information about the offer can be found at www.p20inc.com or by emailing [email protected].

About Phoenix 2.0
Phoenix 2.0 provides sophisticated IT infrastructure support in the San Francisco Bay Area. It helps companies of all sizes bootstrap DevOps, Cloud and other infrastructure initiatives on a project basis. It also provides managed IT services to bring in-house IT to a secure and stable baseline. Phoenix 2.0 delivers tangible IT improvements that drive high reliability, flexibility and cost advantages for its customers. 

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