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ZeroStack ouvre une agence européenne en réponse à la demande croissante pour un cloud autonome

ZeroStack, Inc., le leader dans la création d'un cloud privé autonome abordable pour toutes les entreprises, a annoncé aujourd'hui l'ouverture d'une agence commerciale européenne à Amsterdam, aux Pays-Bas, et recruté Ton Welling et Ronnie Oomen pour représenter ZeroStack en Europe.

« Une bonne partie de l'Europe occidentale et centrale ainsi que le Royaume-Uni disposent de solides règles de gouvernance des données qui exigent que les options locales soient à la fois intégrées avec un hébergement local, et auprès des prestataires de services gérés et de clouds publics », a déclaré Ton Welling, un vétéran avec 20 années d'expérience dans les ventes de technologies et notamment avec une vaste expérience dans les ventes d'infrastructures. Il a notamment travaillé par le passé chez Data Domain, EMC, Hitachi Data Systems, Pure Storage et V3 Systems.

« Ce paysage de fourniture de services offre une position ouvrant des opportunité idéales rendant les solutions intégrées fondamentales et essentielles à une transformation numérique de l'entreprise », a déclaré Ronnie Oomen, qui est également un vétéran comptant 20 années d'expérience dans les ventes et l’ingénierie technologique, et notamment avec une expérience par le passé chez Data Domain, EMC, Fujitsu, Pure Storage, et V3 Systems.

« Ton et Ronnie ont une vaste expérience du stockage, et ils occupent une position idéale pour porter le message de l'intégration de ZeroStack dans des solutions de stockage indépendantes », a déclaré Ajay Gulati, PDG de ZeroStack. « Nos clients européens ont manifesté beaucoup d'intérêt pour nos solutions de clouds autonomes, et cette équipe et la nouvelle agence nous permettront de servir ces clients plus efficacement. »

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ZeroStack utilise des logiciels intelligents et l'intelligence artificielle pour fournir une plate-forme de clouds privés autonome, pleinement intégrée, offrant l'agilité et la simplicité des clouds publics à une fraction du coût. Sur les installations, le système d'exploitation cloud de ZeroStack convertit des serveurs sans système d'exploitation en une grappe de serveurs dans le cloud auto-régénérateurs et fiables. Cette grappe est exploitée à partir d'un portail SaaS en libre service. Le portail SaaS collecte également des données de télémétrie et utilise l'intelligence artificielle pour créer des modèles qui aident les clients à prendre des décisions sur la planification des capacités, le dépannage et le positionnement optimisé des applications. L'App Store intégrée permet le déploiement en un clic de nombreuses applications qui constituent la plate-forme des « cloud native applications » les plus modernes. Cette solution s'intègre totalement dans les clouds publics pour permettre une migration sans heurt entre les clouds. Fondées par des ingénieurs chevronnés de VMware et de Google, l'entreprise est financée par Formation 8 et Foundation Capital, et son siège est à Mountain View en Californie. Pour de plus amples informations, consultez http://www.zerostack.com ou suivez-nous sur Twitter @ZeroStackInc.

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