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  • Patent number: 10127059
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 2, 2009
    Date of Patent: November 13, 2018
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 9052933
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 24, 2013
    Date of Patent: June 9, 2015
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Peter Holland, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Publication number: 20120096158
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Application
    Filed: October 18, 2011
    Publication date: April 19, 2012
    Applicant: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, JR., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 9294384
    Abstract: A dynamic service routing protocol (DSRP) communicates messages (e.g., containing information regarding network routes and tables) across a partial-mesh network of nodes. Gateway nodes (i.e., computing devices that operate as a final sink point for a service route) are connected to edge routers (i.e., computing devices that operate as a transit for a service route) but not necessarily to other host nodes. Gateway nodes asynchronously and/or dynamically send DSRP messages for updating the router nodes' routing tables and to minimize manual route configuration.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 15, 2013
    Date of Patent: March 22, 2016
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Peter Holland, Bradley M. Schick
  • Publication number: 20130013738
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 14, 2012
    Publication date: January 10, 2013
    Applicant: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, JR., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Publication number: 20100138830
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2009
    Publication date: June 3, 2010
    Applicant: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, JR., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorski, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 9798497
    Abstract: Generating a virtual storage area network (VSAN) is disclosed. From the perspective of a customer's virtual machine, the VSAN is a logical network of storage devices that provide features that are typically associated with a physical storage access network, such as block level data storage; logical disk arrays; tape libraries; optical jukeboxes; quality of service; disk mirroring, backup and restoration services; archival and retrieval of archived data; data migration from one virtual storage device to another; sharing of data among different virtual machines in a network; and the incorporation of virtual subnetworks.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 8, 2016
    Date of Patent: October 24, 2017
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Bradley M. Schick, Bulat Shelepov, Nikolai Slioussar
  • Patent number: 8972978
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: May 2, 2009
    Date of Patent: March 3, 2015
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 8473627
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 18, 2011
    Date of Patent: June 25, 2013
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Publication number: 20090288084
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Application
    Filed: May 2, 2009
    Publication date: November 19, 2009
    Applicant: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, JR., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardsen, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 9063763
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 24, 2013
    Date of Patent: June 23, 2015
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Peter Holland, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 9870238
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 26, 2012
    Date of Patent: January 16, 2018
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Jr., Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
  • Patent number: 10817318
    Abstract: A multi-tenant virtual machine infrastructure (MTVMI) allows multiple tenants to independently access and use a plurality of virtual computing resources via the Internet. Within the MTVMI, different tenants may define unique configurations of virtual computing resources and unique rules to govern the use of the virtual computing resources. The MTVMI may be configured to provide valuable services for tenants and users associated with the tenants.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 11, 2018
    Date of Patent: October 27, 2020
    Assignee: Skytap
    Inventors: Nicholas Luis Astete, Aaron Benjamin Brethorst, Joseph Michael Goldberg, Matthew Hanlon, Anthony A. Hutchinson, Gopalakrishnan Janakiraman, Alexander Kotelnikov, Petr Novodvorskiy, David William Richardson, Roxanne Camille Skelly, Nikolai Slioussar, Jonathan Weeks
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