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OpSource Recognized as a Top Ten Cloud Computing Leader to Watch

Top Ten Cloud Computing Leader To Watch

SANTA CLARA, CA–(Marketwire – June 29, 2010) –  OpSource, Inc., the leader in enterprise cloud and managed hosting, today announced that Datamation.com recently recognized the company as one of the top ten cloud computing “leaders to watch in a list which also included IBM, AT&T, and Cisco. Leaders were chosen based on objective criteria, including customer traction, experience and market cap or financing, as well as subjective criteria, such as ability to innovate, ease of use, and how well cloud offerings integrate with the company’s broader portfolio.

With hundreds of customers such as Adobe, SAP, Taleo and Xactly, OpSource was recognized as a leader because of its unique position as the “go-to ‘cloud operations’ provider.” Offering more than traditional hosting services, OpSource provides Application Operations, which includes database management, compliance management, change management, performance management and application optimization. In 2009, the company introduced OpSource Cloud, a cloud service for companies requiring pay-as-you-go flexibility and 100% availability as well as high security and control.

OpSource was also chosen for its vision and solution-oriented strategy. The company predicts a near future where the cloud marketplace is built around an ecosystem of developers, integrators, telcos and VARs. OpSource believes in this ecosystem because enterprise customers buy solutions, and they increasingly see cloud hosting and managed hosting services as a component to an overall solution. To this end, OpSource has already inked a partnership with NTT America this May, under which NTT America will deliver enterprise cloud services built on OpSource Cloud.

“We believe that more than half of Infrastructure-as-a-Service will eventually be sold through channels and solution providers,” said Treb Ryan, CEO, OpSource. “We are gratified that a leading publication like Datamation.com has confidence in our vision for this future, and we thank them for this recognition.”

About OpSource

OpSource provides cloud and managed hosting solutions that enable businesses of all sizes to accelerate growth and scale operations while controlling costs and reducing IT infrastructure support risks. More than four hundred Software-as-a-Service ISVs, cloud platform providers, carriers and enterprises rely on OpSource’s expertise, experience and agility to operate high-availability, business-critical hosting environments. Our industry-leading Application Operations service goes beyond traditional hosting by providing application management, change management, performance management and application optimization. OpSource Cloud™ is the first cloud to bring together the flexibility, availability and community of the public cloud with the security, performance and control the enterprise demands. Founded in 2002, OpSource is SAS 70 Type II, PCI DSS Level 1 and European Safe Harbor certified and has operations in California, Virginia, UK, Ireland, and India. For more information, please visit www.opsource.net.

OpSource, OpSource Cloud, OpSource On-Demand, and the OpSource logo are trademarks of OpSource, Inc. All other trademarks and company names mentioned are protected by their respective owners.

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