April 16, 2013
PROVO, Utah, April 16 — Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of High-Performance Computing (HPC) and private cloud workload management software, today announced it has been included in the list of "Cool Vendors in Cloud Management, 2013” report by Gartner, Inc. The report examines five emerging vendors providing cloud management platform and/or cloud migration capabilities.
“CIOs, vice presidents (VPs) and directors of IT, as well as enterprise and infrastructure architects looking to deliver cloud-based, on-demand services that require infrastructure optimization (workload balancing),” are who the report indicates should care. “Service providers may also be interested in this solution, due to its ability to optimize the infrastructure, thus dropping service delivery costs.”
Gartner’s annual “Cool Vendor” report focuses on highlighting innovative vendors, products and services with best-of-breed capabilities that enhance the ROI and benefits for customer private cloud strategies. Their in-depth research examines both the capabilities and real-world value and experience customers have with the products and vendors.
“We believe to be recognized as a ‘Cool Vendor’ by Gartner for our cloud management technology is confirmation of our pioneering work in policy-based optimization for this space,” said Robert Clyde, CEO of Adaptive Computing. “Our Moab Cloud Suite allows enterprise IT leaders and cloud architects to maximize cloud return on investment through cost savings in capacity and management complexity. Moab’s ability to perform ongoing service optimization ensures organizations achieve both agility and service performance with their private cloud.”
Moab Cloud Suite, Adaptive Computing’s intelligent cloud management software, automates the decisions and processes of delivering and managing diverse resources to support workloads as demand and conditions change based on business policies and service level goals. It provides touchless cloud service optimization across the full cloud service life cycle, including agility, cost savings and service performance. Moab Cloud Suite uses the patented Moab intelligence engine to automate service requesting, provisioning, optimization and management based on multi-dimensional policies that mimic real-world decision-making. Moab Cloud Suite enables organizations to create agile, automated and adaptive private clouds from their diverse IT infrastructure.
About Adaptive Computing
Adaptive Computing is the largest provider of High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management software and manages the world’s largest private cloud computing environment with Moab, a self-optimizing dynamic 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 private cloud.
Source: Adaptive Computing
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