July 18, 2013
July 18 -- Virtustream, Inc., the leading enterprise class cloud software and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider, announced that it has won the award for Best Public Cloud Backup and Recovery Implementation at the 2013 Asigra Cloud-Based Data Recovery Awards. Winners were announced at the Asigra Cloud Backup Partner Summit in Toronto on July 9.
“With our continued focus on quality, our service provider partners continue to exemplify the leadership that only the best can provide,” said David Farajun, Chief Executive Officer at Asigra. “The partners named in the Asigra 2013 partner awards program showcases partners who have demonstrated their ability to excel and win in the competitive backup and recovery market. We applaud the winners and encourage others in our partner ecosystem to showcase their successes as we grow our businesses together.”
With an extensive global ecosystem of service providers to choose from, Asigra ultimately selected partners that have continued to demonstrate success in deploying private, public and hybrid cloud backup services that meet the business needs and requirements of customers. Virtustream’s advancements in innovation and significant contributions to the cloud-based data recovery market placed the company on the winner board.
“Partnering with Asigra has enabled us to deliver a top-tier enterprise class cloud backup solution, and being honored with this award recognizes our industry successes,” said Simon Aspinall, Chief of Vertical Markets, Strategy and Marketing for Virtustream. “Given that our target market is enterprises with stringent business requirements, backup and disaster recovery are critical – and we are proud to have developed a solution that thoroughly addresses those needs.”
Virtustream partnered with Asigra in April 2013 to enhance its end-to-end data recovery capabilities. The company’s xStream cloud management software for private, virtual private, public and hybrid clouds delivers an innovative approach to deploying mission-critical applications in the cloud. Leveraging Virtustream µVM (micro-VM) technology, xStream provides enterprise-grade security and compliance, multi-tenant efficiency, application performance SLAs and consumption-based charging for both legacy (SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, etc.) and web-scale applications.
Virtustream is a leading cloud innovator offering enterprise class cloud solutions to enterprises, governments and service providers. Virtustream enables businesses to move complex production applications to the cloud – whether private, public or hybrid – while delivering the full economic and business benefits of the cloud. Virtustream offers xStream, cloud management software for private/public/hybrid clouds and also offers the Virtustream Cloud which provides secure, high availability, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) to enterprises. Both xStream and the Virtustream Cloud deliver secure, cloud efficiency with performance SLAs for mission critical applications (SAP, Oracle, Microsoft and thousands more). Virtustream’s solutions are backed by professional services to design, migrate to, and manage clouds.
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