Archive for May 19th, 2009

 

Network World Puts GoGrid in “10 Cloud Computing Companies to Watch” List

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009 by

Jon Brodkin of Network World pulled together a list of 10 Cloud Computing companies that they deemed important enough to watch this year. Brodkin’s list is a solid one, with each company profile containing:

  • Name
  • Founded Date
  • Location
  • Cloud Offering
  • Why we’re watching it
  • CEO
  • How the company got into cloud computing
  • Who uses the service

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The 10 Cloud Computing Companies that they list (in order of appearance in the article) are:

  • Amazon
  • AT&T
  • Enomaly
  • Google
  • GoGrid
  • Microsoft
  • NetSuite
  • Rackspace
  • RightScale
  • Salesforce.com

The GoGrid listing is as follows:

Company name: GoGrid (a division of ServePath)

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Press Release: GoGrid and AppZero Partner to Ease Movement of Windows Server Applications to the Cloud

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009 by

This morning we announced our technology partnership with AppZero. With AppZero, GoGrid users can easily move applications within the GoGrid infrastructure and elsewhere. For a quick summary of what AppZero can do for GoGrid users, please review the AppZero partner page. The full press release is below as well as online.

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GoGrid and AppZero Partner to Ease Movement of Windows Server Applications to the Cloud

Using AppZero, companies can now seamlessly move Windows Server Applications within the GoGrid cloud, enabling previously unseen efficiencies.

San Francisco, CA, May 19, 2009 – GoGrid, the Cloud Computing Division of ServePath, LLC, and AppZero, pioneer of server application virtualization today announced a technology partnership to make it easy for enterprises and independent software vendors (ISVs) to move their server-based Windows applications from the datacenter to the GoGrid cloud. The GoGrid and AppZero solution allows enterprises to instantly provision complex server-based applications to use the GoGrid cloud as a cost-effective approach for running applications. Many enterprises utilize cloud computing for provisioning and running development environments, as well as for low utilization applications and business continuity fail-over – most often in a hybrid (cloud/datacenter) model for spiky or burst- oriented applications. AppZero’s application mobility technology allows IT organizations and ISVs to move Windows server applications to the cloud risk-free and without violating Windows licensing requirements.

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