December 18, 2009
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 17 -- Appistry, a pioneer in enterprise cloud application platforms, believes reality will set in for the cloud computing market in 2010. The company says 2010 will see more real applications deployed in the cloud and more traditional IT failures incorrectly attributed to the cloud, in addition to the first massive, public cloud security breach.
Members of Appistry's leadership team discussed this and other key issues shaping cloud computing in its second annual "Appistry Predicts" roundtable webinar held on Dec. 16, 2009. A replay of the webcast is available at http://www.appistry.com/go/appistry-predicts-2010. Additional details can be found on the Appistry blog at http://www.appistry.com/blog/2009/12/appistry-predictions-for-cloud-computing-in-2010/.
According to Appistry, the following cloud computing predictions will play out in 2010:
Appistry simplifies cloud computing for the enterprise, opening the door to a more agile and scalable IT environment. Appistry CloudIQ Platform addresses the complex challenges of delivering and managing a wide variety of applications and services for both public and private clouds. The company's platform is designed specifically for cloud environments, delivering transparent scalability, application portability, and automated management to new and existing applications. Appistry customers include FedEx, GeoEye, Lockheed Martin and Northrop Grumman. For more information about Appistry, visit www.appistry.com.
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