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GigaSpaces Outshines over 70 Nominees to become a CloudBeat 2011 Innovation Showdown Finalist

Today, GigaSpaces announced that it has been selected as one of the 10 finalists in the CloudBeat 2011 Innovation Showdown. Proving that the company has what it takes to stand-out in the crowd, GigaSpaces was picked by a panel of experts and advisors as one of the hottest companies in the cloud space. As a finalist, GigaSpaces will have the chance to present its Cloudify solution to over 500 influencers, investors, and press live at CloudBeat 2011.

GigaSpaces was selected as an innovator for its newest product offering, Cloudify, currently the only solution that enables real apps to migrate to any cloud without any code changes, and with full control. With its disruptive built-in recipes, Cloudify is the only truly independent and open platform that is able to bring even the most complex mission-critical apps to any cloud with the click of a button. With strategic partners in this space, including Microsoft, CA, Citrix, Cisco, Rackspace and others – GigaSpaces’ technology is production-ready without forcing lock-in on any of those layers.

Hosted by VentureBeat, CloudBeat 2011 is taking place Nov. 30-Dec. 1 at the Hotel Sofitel in Redwood City, CA. Using a customer-centric approach (vs. vendor-centric), the event will hone in on 12 case studies to dissect the most disruptive examples across all layers of the cloud. Join in for an information-packed two days that will offer actionable lessons and networking opportunities, as industry leaders define the key processes and architectures companies must put in place in order to survive and prosper.

There is still time to register for CloudBeat 2011 and see Adi Paz, EVP Marketing and Business Development and Uri Cohen, VP Product Management of GigaSpaces present in-person. Head here to find out details:

Published Tuesday, November 29, 2011 6:03 PM by David Marshall
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