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Racemi Reduces Cloud Migration Times by 60 Percent with Upgraded DynaCenter Product

Company also demonstrates momentum with strategic global systems integrators and highlights Amazon Web Services marketplace offering during AWS re:Invent

LAS VEGAS, Nov. 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Racemi, the expert in seamless cloud migration, today announced key upgrades to its DynaCenter product and expansion of the company's capability to facilitate application migration to Amazon Web Services (AWS). Improvements to DynaCenter include up to 60 percent faster migrations, support for single tenant server environments and new region availability in Frankfurt and Sydney through the AWS Marketplace.

DynaCenter now supports dedicated instances in AWS, ideal for enterprises that need single tenant environments in the cloud. The new capability also enables bring your own license (BYOL) for enterprise customers who want to move their infrastructure to AWS without having to repurchase licenses for their Microsoft Enterprise applications. These enhancements were developed in response to the enterprise market's rapid adoption of cloud and designed to allow Racemi to meet its customers where they are on their cloud journey, ensuring that the move to the AWS is as automated and as seamless as possible.

Racemi has experienced tremendous momentum this year in their partnerships with major global SIs like Accenture, Deloitte and CSC. The relationship with CSC in particular highlights the strategic focus and investment CSC and Racemi have made to accelerate cloud adoption. Together, they provide the expertise and technology to enable customers to rapidly migrate enterprise workloads to private and public clouds. The traction made with CSC illustrates Racemi's ability to lead clients' transition to the digital enterprise.

"There is no question that adoption of public cloud services is continuing to rise, with Gartner projecting 16.5 percent growth in 2016 to total $204 billion," said Lawrence Guillory, CEO of Racemi. "Enterprise CIOs are finding that they need to drive continued innovation, which means that they must embrace digital transformation or risk falling behind to their competitors. More and more, we are seeing larger enterprise organizations realizing the value of cloud, faster, through rehosting. This was the motivation behind expanding our services and GSI partnerships. Racemi wants to provide cloud enablement strategies that blend rehosting alongside replatforming. Our experience proves that this will result in lower project costs and improved project predictability for our customers."

In recent months, Racemi has also achieved recognition as an AWS Competency Partner for workload mobility technology, which can currently be downloaded in the AWS Marketplace practically free of charge. DynaCenter is just one part of Racemi's holistic approach to enterprise migrations. Already offering services for every phase of cloud migration, from planning and discovery to cut-over, the company will announce support for additional cloud environments early next year as well as migration services bundles to serve the mid-market.

Racemi is exhibiting DynaCenter and other solutions in booth #2431 at AWS re:Invent this week.  

About Racemi
Founded in 2001, Racemi is a solution provider with a single focus: make migration to the cloud easy. Its purpose-built DynaCenter migration software, expert global professional services and proprietary RACE methodology help enterprise organizations, such as GE, IBM and Kellogg's, realize the benefits of fully automated cloud migration. As a pioneer of server cloud migration, Racemi empowers its customers with the knowledge, guidance and solutions to execute their cloud strategy and realize the benefits of digital transformation in the data center. For more information, visit www.racemi.com.

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