August 22, 2012
PROVO, Utah, Aug. 22 — Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of private cloud management and High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management software, today announced a strategic partnership and technology development agreement with In-Q-Tel (IQT) to create a cloud operating system by integrating Moab Cloud Suite and an open source private cloud platform. By integrating best-of-breed components, Adaptive will enable broader applicability of private clouds within the Intelligence Community as well as in the commercial market.
Moab's policy-based decision engine enhances open source cloud, making it more efficient and capable as a cloud operating system. Moab brings policy-based optimization to cloud management, managing resource allocation, migrations, maintenance reservations, etc. Combining these capabilities with open source enables organizations to save time and money.
"The Moab integration with open source will lead to increased flexibility and cost savings for IQT's customers in the Intelligence Community," comments Rob Clyde, CEO of Adaptive Computing. "We are honored to be a part of this strategic partnership and look forward to a mutually beneficial relationship."
This innovative solution will bring the power of policy-based optimization to the open source platform, enabling much wider adoption for private clouds.
"Adaptive Computing's extensive experience in cloud management software and its unique development capabilities make the company relevant to needs in both the government and commercial market," comments Robert Ames, Senior Vice President in charge of the Information and Communication Technologies practice at IQT. "We are pleased this strategic partnership will help increase our customers' access to this important technology."
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Adaptive Computing is the largest provider of High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management software and manages the world's largest cloud computing environment with Moab, a self-optimizing dynamic private cloud management solution and HPC workload management system. Moab, a patented multi-dimensional intelligence engine, delivers policy-based governance, allowing customers to consolidate and virtualize resources, allocate and manage applications, optimize service levels and reduce operational costs. Adaptive Computing offers a portfolio of Moab cloud management and Moab HPC workload management products and services that accelerate, automate, and self-optimize IT workloads, resources, and services in large, complex heterogeneous computing environments such as HPC, data centers and cloud. Our products act as a brain on top of diverse infrastructure to enable it to self-optimize and deliver higher ROI to the business with our:
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In-Q-Tel is the not-for-profit, strategic investment firm that works to identify, adapt, and deliver innovative technology solutions to support the missions of the U.S. Intelligence Community. Launched in 1999 as a private, independent organization, IQT's mission is to identify and partner with companies developing cutting-edge technologies that serve the national security interests of the United States. Working from an evolving strategic blueprint defining the Intelligence Community's critical technology needs, IQT engages with entrepreneurs, startups, researchers, and investors to deliver technologies that provide superior capabilities for the CIA and broader Intelligence Community. For more information, visit www.iqt.org.
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