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RiverMeadow to Showcase Industry Leading Cloud Migration Offerings at Cisco Live

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 --

  • RISC Networks and RiverMeadow to Highlight Innovative Approach of Preparing, Planning and Migrating to Cloud IaaS
  • RiverMeadow to Give Away 70" 3D LED Vizio TV, iPad Mini and Personalized Workshops for Cloud Migration Assessment

RiverMeadow Software™ Inc., developer of the world's only automated cloud onboarding and workload mobility platform developed specifically for carrier and service provider clouds, will be participating at Cisco Live, Cisco's annual IT and communications conference, May 18-22 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California. Cisco Live offers unparalleled opportunities for businesses to increase their knowledge of Cisco products, solutions and services via in-person events, live webcasts, and on-demand learning opportunities.

Many businesses face similar challenges when migrating to a cloud environment. With data center demands continuously evolving, organizations require a streamlined, automated way to migrate their server workloads into the cloud. RiverMeadow will be showcasing the RiverMeadow SaaS, an extensible, adaptable, API-driven migration tool that automates cloud onboarding and workload mobility between public, private and hybrid clouds, at the Cisco Investment Pavilion, booth #929 kiosk i14, located next to the Cisco Campus. The company will also be exhibiting together with Verizon, a Cisco Powered Partner, at booth #528 where the companies will be demonstrating how to migrate customer workloads onto Verizon's cloud platform.

"At RiverMeadow, we know that the challenges of migrating to the cloud can be daunting and expensive. That's why our RiverMeadow SaaS enables carriers and cloud service providers to deliver the incredible benefits of cloud computing to end user customers with minimal cost and complexity," said Mark Shirman, president and CEO of RiverMeadow Software. "We're looking forward to showcasing our latest cloud migration technology developments at Cisco Live. The event offers a great opportunity for us to educate IT and data center professionals worldwide about how to solve cloud migration challenges, while also meeting fellow innovators to discuss the newest advances in the field."

Cisco Live will also feature an integrated demonstration of RISC Networks and the RiverMeadow SaaS, showcasing an innovative approach of preparing, planning and migrating workloads to Cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS). Using RISC Networks CloudScape workload dependency visualization and cloud readiness analytics, along with RiverMeadow's SaaS, businesses can quickly find workloads on their network and easily move them to optimal target clouds. Additional details on this solution, as well as pricing, can be found at and

Cisco Live is Cisco's premier education and training destination for IT professionals worldwide. Attendees will gain the knowledge, skills, and expertise on the technologies that will drive the ongoing convergence of people, processes, data, and things -- creating the Internet of Everything that will enrich businesses and lives through greater potential and increased opportunity. Additional information on Cisco Live can be found at

For more information on RiverMeadow, visit the company's website or follow the company on Twitter at @RiverMeadow1 and on Facebook. Also, follow the continuing adventures of SaaS and RiverMeadow as they save Jimmy from the Workload Liberators and their evil agents -- see the new video from RiverMeadow here.

About RiverMeadow Software
RiverMeadow Software, Inc. sets the standard for cloud migration with its industry-leading RiverMeadow SaaS that automates the migration of physical, virtual and cloud-based servers into and between public, private and hybrid clouds. RiverMeadow, a privately held company founded in 2009, is headquartered in San Jose, California. For more information please visit

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