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Citrix Cloud Center + 3Tera AppLogic Platform = Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing

Cloud computing customers are demanding enterprise levels of reliability, support and control.

“We carefully chose 3Tera to be one of our first strategic partners for C3 because of their deep experience offering a full and open cloud computing platform for running multi-tier applications in a massively scalable global cloud," said AJ Jennings, vice president of business development, Citrix Systems, as Citrix and 3Tera announced a partnership combining the new Citrix Cloud Center (C3) solution with 3Tera’s award winning AppLogic Cloud Computing Platform.

“Adding XenServer Cloud Edition to our application packaging technology, global cloud presence, and disaster recovery appliances creates the first open cloud computing platform ready for mission critical applications,” said Barry X Lynn, Chairman and CEO, 3Tera (pictured). Lynn added:

“As cloud computing moves from early adopters to mainstream users, new customers are demanding enterprise levels of reliability, support and control. Our Cloudware architecture allows us to work with Citrix to incorporate commercial, industrial strength virtualization into AppLogic.”

The partnership with Citrix, Lynn said, will make enterprise grade cloud computing solutions available to customers of all sizes in external hosted clouds, or as a platform that can be deployed in corporate data centers behind customer firewalls.

By combining C3 solution with AppLogic, the companies are elevating the benefits of virtualization to a new level – from physical servers and virtual machines to entire virtual data centers and applications running in the cloud.

The initial focus of the collaboration between the companies will center on the new Citrix XenServer Cloud Edition, a key component of the Citrix C3 product family. 3Tera will also embed XenServer Cloud Edition in future versions of its AppLogic Cloud Computing platform.

3Tera's President & CTO Peter Nickolov is a speaker at SYS-CON's Cloud Computing Expo, an adjunct to the upcoming Virtualization Conference & Expo in San Jose, CA (November 19-21, 2008). Nickolov is part of a star-studded industry lineup of speakers that includes:

The International Cloud Computing Expo 2008 Speaker Faculty Includes:

Jonathan Bryce - Founder at Mosso (Rackspace)
When Is The Right Time For Standards?
Omer Trajman - Director of Field Engineering, Vertica Systems
Cloud Computing Meets Data Warehousing
Mike Feinberg - SVP, Cloud Infrastructure Group, EMC
Trusting the Cloud: Timing and Adoption of Cloud Technologies
Patrick Harr - CEO, Nirvanix
Cloud Storage: A Paradigm Shift in IT
Mike Eaton - CEO Cloudworks
Marketing A Paradigm Shift
John Janakiraman - CTO, Skytap
Cloud Adoption: Deploying Your Existing Applications to the Cloud
Billy Marshall - Founder & CEO, rPath
On the Path to Cloud Nirvana
Nati Shalom - CTO, GigaSpaces
Getting Ready for the Cloud
Stuart Charlton - Chief Software Architect, Elastra
Infrastructure-as-a-Service Model of Early Cloud Computing
Javier Soltero - Co-Founder & CEO, Hyperic
Clouds Are No Substitute for Competence
Reuven Cohen - Founder & Chief Technologist, Enomaly
The World Wide Cloud: Bridging the Data Center and The Cloud
David Young - Co-Founder & CTO, Joyent
The Open Cloud: Building a Customer-Centric Cloud Computer
Thorsten von Eicken - CTO & Founder, RightScale
Deploying into the Clouds: Concepts, Benefits, and Experiences
Alan Williamson - Founder, Blog-city.com
Walking Freely Among the Clouds
Dr. Rich Wolski - Professor, U.C. Santa Barbara
An Open Source Cloud Computing Infrastructure Designed for Research and Development: Eucalyptus
Songnian Zhou - Co-Founder & CEO, Platform Computing
Cloud Computing: Beyond the Buzz
Dave Durkee - Founder, CEO & Technical Director, ENKI
Achieving 4 or 5 Nines in the Cloud
Kevin Haar - CEO, Appistry
Simplifying Cloud Computing for the Enterprise
Peter Nickolov - President & CTO, 3Tera
Solutions for Instant Disaster Recovery in the Cloud
Gordon Jackson - Technical Director, Univa UD
Improving the Clouds - Raising the Bar For IT-as-a-Service
Kevin Gardner - Executive Chairman, SOASTA
Load Testing: Cloud Computing's 'Killer App'?
John Keagy - Co-Founder CEO, ServePath
SaaS in the Cloud
Gerrit Huizenga - Cloud Architect, IBM
Private Clouds: Pay Attention to What is Behind the Curtain!
Rachel Chalmers - Research Director, The 451 Group
The Storm Cloud of Innovation

 

High Octane Virtualization Conference 2008 West Speaker Faculty Includes:

Alex Bakman – Founder and CEO of VKernel
How to Find and Resolve Capacity Bottlenecks in Virtual Server Environments
Michael Berman – CTO of CatbirdCatbird
Virtualization and Compliance
Ken Berryman – VP of Endpoint Virtualization, Symantec
Virtualization Power Panel: The Shape of Virtualization To Come
Donato Buccella – CTO of Certeon
Preparing Your Enterprise for Virtualization
Joe Fitzgerald – Co-Founder & CEO of ManageIQ
Enterprise Virtual Management for Next-Generation IT
Anup K. Ghosh – President & CEO of Secure Command
Using Virtualization to Secure Your Users' Desktops
Michel Gien - Co-Founder & EVP of VirtualLogix
Virtualization Power Panel: The Shape of Virtualization To Come
Mike Kemp – CTO & Co-Founder of Liquid Computing
Beyond Hypervisors to Complete IT Infrastructure Management
Lynn LeBlanc - CEO & Founder of FastScale
How to Adapt Physical, Virtual & Hybrid Infrastructures on the Fly
Jay Litkey – Founder & CEO of Embotics
Control VM Sprawl Before It Controls You; Best Practices
Bob Lozano – Chief Strategist & Founder of Appistry
Application Virtualization: Achieving Web-Scale
Dave McCrory – CTO of Hyper9
Future Proofing Virtualization Management for Heterogeneous Environments
Dwayne Melancon – VP of Corporate Development for Tripwire
Seven Practical Steps to Mitigate Virtualization Security Risks
John Suit – CTO of Fortisphere
Policy-Based Management: Leading Practices and Pitfalls in a Virtualized Environment
Bob Quinn - Chairman, Founder & CTO of 3Leaf
Next Generation Virtualization and Open Architecture
Baldwin Ng - Senior Product Manager, Microsoft
Jump Start Your Virtualization Projects with Microsoft Virtualization Solution Accelerators
John Whaley - Founder & CTO, MokaFive
An IT Admin's Dream Come True: The Promise of Desktop Virtualization
Dan Avida - General Partner, Opus Capital
Startup Opportunities in the Virtualization Services Market
Roland Wartenberg - Director of Virtualization Strategy, SAP
SAP Enterprise Virtualization - How Virtualization Drives Your Business
David Snead, Attorney at Law - W. David Snead, P.C.
Virtualization - Legal Minefield?
Steve Wilson - Vice President of xVM, Sun
Virtualization from Desktop to Datacenter
Ratmir Timashev - President & CEO, Veeam
Considerations and Solutions for VMware Backup & Recovery
Ed Walsh - President & CEO, Virtual Iron
Server Virtualization and the New Data Center Operating Environment
Hank Wright - VP and GM of Monitoring Solutions, Veeam
VMware Virtual Infrastructure Operations

 

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