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Sanbolic Enables Business Apps in Public Cloud

Sanbolic Enables Business Apps in Public Cloud

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Sanbolic Teams with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to Enable Business Critical Applications in the Public Cloud -- New and Unique Microsoft SQL Server Solution Helps Amazon Web Services Customers to Increase Business Agility and Competitive Advantage
 


Waltham, MA, September 24, 2012) -- Sanbolic, a market leader in distributed data management, today announced its joining the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network, in order to offer its recently announced Melio™ AppCluster™ Microsoft SQL Server public cloud platform to the enterprise, government and startup customers of AWS. The new offering will enable AWS customers to span and/or move business critical applications from their on-premise data centers into the AWS cloud, and in doing so appreciate all of its intended advantages such as pay-as-you-go flexibility, long-term investment/vendor lock-in avoidance, instant elasticity and an open and agile infrastructure - all delivered on a secure technology platform built and managed by AWS.

Microsoft SQL Server has become one of the most widely deployed database server and information platforms in the world. Likewise, SQL Server clustering has become one of the most prevalent solutions for ensuring its high availability. And, while it is an incredibly popular solution, it is not without its share of challenges – such as SQL Server sprawl, management complexity and out of control costs. In response, customers around the world have turned to Sanbolic to help eliminate this sprawl, improve utilization, reduce the management burden and dramatically lower costs – while ensuring even higher levels of availability and scalability. With the recent addition of cloud support for its Melio AppCluster software, customers are now able to extend capabilities previously limited to their on-premise data center into the cloud and consequently, enjoy all of the additional benefits the cloud can provide.

"From a technical standpoint, the new Sanbolic AppCluster SQL Server platform available via Amazon Web Services will provide AWS customers with the ability to simplify management and increase availability, while ensuring lighting fast failover and load balancing across physical and virtual SQL Servers," said Momchil "Memo" Michailov, CEO and Co-Founder, Sanbolic. "From a business benefits viewpoint, customers can now reallocate their time and expertise to activities that speed time-to-market, increase competitive advantage and directly contribute to the bottom-line."

"This is an attractive offering for those IT organizations looking to scale or add high availability to their SQL Server environment," said Terri McClure, Senior Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). "The combination of Amazon Web Services' highly reliable, scalable and low cost infrastructure in the cloud, combined with Sanbolic's Melio Microsoft SQL Server high availability platform can provide customers with a very powerful solution for ensuring better IT responsiveness and higher availability with a compelling ROI for their business critical applications."

For further information, please visit: https://aws.amazon.com/solution-providers/isv/sanbolic-inc.

About Sanbolic, Inc.

Founded in 2000, Sanbolic® is a global leader in distributed data management. Its Melio™ software suite delivers dramatically increased levels of application availability, scalability, protection and performance while decreasing cost and management complexity across enterprise data center applications such as Microsoft SQL, Microsoft SharePoint and Windows file-/web-serving, Citrix XenDesktop virtual desktop (VDI), and Microsoft Hyper-V private cloud environments. For further information please visit the Sanbolic website at: www.sanbolic.com or email: info@sanbolic.com.
 

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