Cloudscaling Presents at Under the Radar

written by Clare Ryan on April 27, 2012 in Under The Radar with 2 comments
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Launched 2006, San Francisco, CA
Twitter: @cloudscaling
Website: www.cloudscaling.com

In case you missed it, here is their company profile:

Company Description:
Cloudscaling designs and builds open cloud infrastructure solutions for enterprises, service providers and governments who want the cost, performance and scalability of the leading public cloud services, but inside their datacenter. It delivers this via the Cloudscaling Open Cloud System, the first complete cloud infrastructure solution based on OpenStack technology and proven to run at large scale. Cloudscaling has more production OpenStack experience than any other company, including successful deployments at KT (formerly Korea Telecom), Internap and others. The Cloudscaling engineering team comes from cloud pioneers like Amazon Web Services, NASA, GoGrid, RightScale and eBay. Founded in 2006, Cloudscaling is headquartered in San Francisco.

Presenter: Troy Angrignon | VP Sales & Marketing | Cloudscaling
Troy Angrignon is a sales and partnering executive with 20 years of experience in the IT arena, spanning network consulting services, enterprise software, software as a service, enterprise and web 2.0, and cloud computing. As Vice President of Sales & Partnering at Cloudscaling, Troy is responsible for global sales and partner development. Prior to Cloudscaling, Troy was ISV partner manager with RightScale and consulting strategist at Appirio. Before this Troy guest co-chaired Under the Radar’s 2009 cloud conference as well as Vancouver’s 2009 Cloud Camp. Before those roles, Troy served as President of a web 2.0 startup, Emerging Technology Strategist for Business Objects, and owned a computer consulting services firm that operated for ten years.

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Cloudscaling Presents at Under the Radar