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CloudHealth Technologies Named One of InformationWeek’s ‘25 Cloud Vendors to Watch’ for 2017
Cloud Service Management Leader Listed Alongside Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services and Google Cloud Platform
BOSTON– September 29, 2016 – CloudHealth Technologies, the leader in Cloud Service Management, today announced that it has earned spots on InformationWeek’s “125 Vendors to Watch” and its “25 Cloud Vendors Worth Watching” lists for 2017.
InformationWeek, along with sister publications Dark Reading and Network Computing, compiled a list of “125 vendors taking the technology industry by storm,” billing it as a “roundup of the hottest vendors in cloud, data management, DevOps, infrastructure, and security.” The publications identified 25 vendors to watch in each of the above categories. They stated that the listings offer a “one-stop location” to familiarize readers with a “range of players” and are “not intended to be comprehensive overviews.”
In an accompanying blog, InformationWeek describes cloud services as “necessary and growing ingredients of enterprise computing.” It included CloudHealth as one of “25 options to consider in your cloud ecosystem” – listing cloud services for public, private and hybrid clouds, along with management and monitoring tools.
“The rapid pace of technological change puts more pressure on IT organizations than ever before, but also offers unprecedented opportunities for companies to rethink how they do business,” said Susan Fogarty, Director of Content, InformationWeek & Interop ITX. “We are pleased to recognize technology suppliers that are helping our readers to navigate the possibilities.”
“We are honored to be included as one of the industry’s 25 cloud vendors worth watching,” said Dan Phillips, CEO and co-founder of CloudHealth Technologies. “The listing validates what our customers have been saying for years: They are rapidly adding cloud resources but need an effective way to manage them as they scale. CloudHealth is helping many of the world’s top brands visualize, optimize and automate their cloud environments.”
CloudHealth Technologies has 500+ customers in a wide range of vertical industries. It recently raised $20 million in Series C funding from Tier 1 venture capital firms led by SAPPHIRE Ventures.
In the cloud blog, InformationWeek states that CloudHealth’s “offerings include the CloudHealth Platform for monitoring workload performance on AWS, which allows automation of some cloud tasks. Its tools also provide billing details that a generic Amazon bill lacks.”
About CloudHealth Technologies
CloudHealth Technologies gives organizations a new, more efficient way to visualize, optimize, and automate their cloud environments. The CloudHealth Cloud Service Management platform integrates with services across the datacenter and cloud, giving enterprises, startups, and service providers access to a centralized hub of robust data analytics. Using a policy-driven approach aligned to business processes, customers leverage CloudHealth to drive cost savings, improve agility, enhance security, and reduce complexity. With CloudHealth, customers are able to innovate faster without sacrificing governance or control.
The world’s cutting-edge companies rely on CloudHealth to meet their cloud management needs, including Amtrak, Dow Jones, Acquia, and Sumo Logic, among others. Based in Boston, MA, the company is backed by Sapphire Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, .406 Ventures and Sigma Prime Ventures. For more information, visit www.cloudhealthtech.com or follow us on Twitter @cloudhealthtech and LinkedIn.
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