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CloudVelocity Named TIEcon 2013 Lightning Round Winner for SDI

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CloudVelocity Named TIEcon 2013 Lightning Round Winner for SDI

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Curator's Note: The content of this article was written by Rajeev Chawla over at the CloudVelocity blog. 

CloudVelocity is happy to be selected as a TiEcon 2013 Lightning Round Winner in the Software Defined Infrastructure category. We’re in great company with others, each of whom has also been recognized for their leadership and game-changing approaches and technologies that are likely to disrupt existing markets and entrenched players.

Here is the TiEcon 2013 announcement in its entirety.

Why CloudVelocity Won

Our unique approach to hybrid cloud deployment is transforming the way that public clouds can be used for disaster recoveryagile software development and cloud bursting.

We support existing, mix of physical and virtual environments, multi-tier apps, the kinds of environments that the traditional cloud deployment solutions tend to avoid. We reduce the risk, time and expense required to deploy these Windows and Linux apps into public Infrastructure-as-a-Service clouds, such as Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure.

CloudVelocity also enhances security and control in the cloud. We are the only automated cloud migration solution that integrates critical hybrid cloud services (including LDAP, Active Directory and authentication) so that clouds can be deployed as seamless extensions of data centers for increased agility, resilience and scalability. We also eliminate virtualization vendor lock-in, because we work with both physical and virtual environments.

Congrats to the CloudVelocity team!

To check out the full list of Lightning Round Winners, visit tiecon.org/content/announcing-the-2013-lightning-round-winners

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