Published on : 19, Feb 2014
Greg Goelz to Present in the Cloud Service Provider Track
Cupertino, Calif., February 19, 2014: CloudByte, the first company to provide dynamically selectable storage performance on industry-standard hardware, announced today that Greg Goelz, the company chief executive officer, will be speaking on a technical panel in the Cloud Service Providers track at Cloud Expo Europe in London, United Kingdom. The Software Defined Everything panel, taking place on February 27 at 1:50 p.m. local time, will discuss the benefits and probable outcomes for service providers that adopt software defined infrastructures.
“This is certainly an appropriate topic for us here at CloudByte and I am glad to be part of this panel at a conference focused on the cloud market,” said Greg Goelz, CEO of CloudByte. “Our target market is the cloud service provider market and we have ongoing discussions with our current and potential customers about the best ways to build software-defined infrastructures that will help them compete with industry leaders such as Amazon. It is very competitive out there and the right storage solution can make a huge difference.”
Last month, CloudByte announced that the company was a winner of the 2013-2014 Cloud Awards Program in the Best Cloud Infrastructure category.
Targeted to the needs of cloud service providers – public and private – CloudByte’s patent-pending storage software solutions deliver dynamically selectable performance for each application or tenant. By providing unified block, file, and direct attached storage, CloudByte eliminates inefficient and costly storage silos and enables scaling from a single site to distributed cloud environments without disruption. Established in 2010 and managed by technology executives from companies such as Cisco, HP, IBM, NetApp, Novell, and SanDisk, CloudByte is venture-backed by Fidelity Worldwide Investment, Nexus Venture Partners and Kae Capital. For more information, visit www.cloudbyte.com or follow @cloudbyteinc.
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