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enStratus Joins Open Virtualization Alliance
Minneapolis, MN (June 23, 2011) – enStratus today announced that the company has joined the Open Virtualization Alliance, a consortium committed to fostering the adoption of open virtualization technologies.
"The goal of enStratus is to provide unified cloud management and governance across all leading public and private cloud platforms," said George Hadjiyanis, VP of Sales and Marketing for enStratus. "The mission of the Open Virtualization Alliance is very much aligned with our goal so we look forward to participating in the program going forward."
The Open Virtualization Alliance will provide education, best practices and technical advice to help businesses understand and evaluate their virtualization options. The consortium complements the existing open source communities managing the development of the KVM hypervisor and associated management capabilities, which are rapidly driving technology innovations for customers virtualizing both Linux and Windows® applications.
To read the full press release, please click here.
For more information about the Open Virtualization Alliance, visit www.openvirtualizationalliance.org.
About enStratus Networks
enStratus™ is a cloud infrastructure management solution for deploying and managing enterprise-class applications in public, private and hybrid clouds. enStratus has a multi-cloud architecture that provides security, reliability and cloud independence.
We deliver governance for the cloud through a patent-pending security architecture and a powerful management console across all leading public and private clouds including Amazon Web Services, AT&T Synaptic Storage, Cloud.com, CloudSigma, EMC Atmos, Eucalyptus, Google Storage, GoGrid, OpenStack, Rackspace, ReliaCloud, ServerExpress, Terremark, VMware and Windows Azure. Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, enStratus serves hundreds of organizations worldwide including Korea's largest telecom provider KT, SAIC, Predictix, Quantum Retail and The Cloud Security Alliance. To learn more about enStratus, visit www.enstratus.com.