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CloudCheckr and UX World Announce Strategic Partnership

CloudCheckr and UX World proudly announce that they have entered into a strategic partnership to deliver customers more effective solutions for optimizing the performance of Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud infrastructure. The companies will begin joint product development, integrate their technologies, and deliver new capabilities for improving availability and security of cloud infrastructure, which are recognized as major barriers for public cloud adoption.

“CloudCheckr and UX World share a common goal, lowering the barriers to cloud adoption,” said Aaron Newman, CTO and Co-Founder of CloudCheckr. “Our respective solutions both address the complexity of maintaining uptime and enhancing security on cloud infrastructure.”

CloudCheckr monitors the underlying Amazon Web Services resources and configurations to provide visibility into a customer’s AWS security and availability posture that is currently unavailable through native AWS functionality. CloudCheckr users can more tightly manage their AWS infrastructure and policies than simply using the native AWS interface. Its cutting edge analytics provide decision support for managing and scaling AWS deployments while optimally balancing performance, risk and spend.

UX World responds to the cloud-specific problem of impermanent IP addresses for virtual servers, streamlining the process for diagnosing failed cloud servers and rapid re-provisioning. The UX World virtual DNS appliance is the leading solution for maintaining DNS security within the outsourced DNS management environment of cloud computing and invaluable for cloud users. “I am pleased to partner with CloudCheckr. Like us, they recognize the importance of creating cloud-native solutions to solve cloud-unique issues,” said Nick Desai, CEO and Founder of UX World. “We look forward to working with CloudCheckr.”


Published Tuesday, March 19, 2013 6:41 AM by David Marshall
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