Nimbula - Cloud Operating System technology delivers Amazon EC2-like services behind the firewall. Allowing customers to efficiently manage both on- and off-premises resources, Nimbula Director quickly and cost effectively transforms under-utilized private data centers into muscular, easily configurable compute capacity while supporting controlled access to off-premise clouds.
Okta, – A startup helping companies manage applications running on cloud infrastructure, recently announced that it has raised $10 million in a first round of venture funding.
Appirio – Is a cloud solution provider offering products and professional services that help enterprises accelerate their adoption of cloud technologies. Appirio’s innovation and expertise have been recognized by BusinessWeek as one of America’s Most Promising Startups and by AlwaysOn as On-Demand Company of the Year
StorSimpleUniquely provides you with the ability to deploy on-premises, next-generation storage to address today’s application-related challenges while providing you with the ability to leverage public or private cloud storage when you’re ready
Nimbsoft – With the Nimsoft Monitoring Solution (NMS), you can monitor and manage all business applications, from the datacenter to the cloud, including SaaS, hosted, and virtualized environments—all with a single product, architecture, and console.
GreenQloud - The Worlds First Truly Green Compute Cloud based on clean electricity produced by environmentally friendly geothermal and hydroelectric energy.
Spoon.net – Spoon is a pioneer in application virtualization and cloud computing technologies. Spoon enables users to launch desktop applications from the web with no install, so you can test and use applications instantly, wherever you are. Spoon.net has over a thousand apps available for launch from the cloud with a simple browser plugin
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