ServiceMesh Named Fastest Growing Cloud Computing Company

Wins UP 2010 Award From a Crowded Field of Over 230 Submissions

LOS ANGELES, CA–(Marketwire – November 18, 2010) – ServiceMesh, a provider of enterprise software and services that enable Agile IT operating models for Global 2000 clients, today announced it won the UP-START 2010 award for Fastest Growing Cloud Computing Company. The award was given at UP 2010, a premier cloud computing event that brings together business leaders, IT professionals and industry luminaries in a unique forum designed to showcase innovative cloud computing companies and technologies. ServiceMesh was selected as the award winner from a crowded field of over 230 submissions and 25 finalists.

“ServiceMesh demonstrated impressive growth numbers, which were verified by PricewaterhouseCoopers and stood apart as higher than all other nominees,” said Khazret Sapenov, Founder and Chairman of UP 2010. “The company distinction as Fastest Growing Cloud Computing Company is well deserved, and ServiceMesh is the company to watch in the booming cloud computing marketplace.”

ServiceMesh helps large enterprises adopt extremely flexible and cost effective Agile IT operating models which encompass a range of internal and external IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and cloud service providers. These solutions allow the world’s largest enterprises to drastically reduce the time and resources consumed by their current IT operations and infrastructure, and instead redirect it so IT can become more innovative, more adaptable to business change, and support new business models. Although many companies in the cloud computing space claim that they have enterprise-grade solutions, only ServiceMesh has already delivered and proven these solutions to Global 2000 companies, including global leaders in the financial services, health care, and retail industries who have collectively cut billions out of their IT budgets.

“It’s an honor to have our hard work and customer successes recognized through this award,” said Eric Pulier, CEO of ServiceMesh. “While cloud computing continues to receive intense interest from Global 2000 enterprises, many of these enterprises are struggling to reconcile cloud operating models with the enterprise requirements for governance, security and lifecycle management. The exponential growth seen by ServiceMesh over the past years is a testament to our ability to deliver solutions to these problems in demanding customer environments. We’re very thankful to our customers and partners who have worked with us to make these results possible.”

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About ServiceMesh
ServiceMesh delivers enterprise-grade solutions to enable Agile IT operating models for Global 2000 clients. ServiceMesh solutions consist of advisory services, market-ready IT optimization strategies, and the ServiceMesh Agility Platform™ to automate and manage the lifecycle of cloud-based, “everything-as-a-service” environments.

Enterprise customers select ServiceMesh to design and implement IT strategies that offer game changing competitive advantages through a federation of internal and external IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, and cloud service providers. Customers use the Agility Platform to automate their plan, build, share, and run lifecycle with the security, governance, transparency, identity management, and policy control required by large enterprises. Some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated companies in financial services, health care, and other IT-intensive industries rely on ServiceMesh to realize quantum improvements in business agility, lower operating costs, and to enable new business and economic models that support their strategic business initiatives. To learn more, please visit www.servicemesh.com.

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