Velostrata, a provider of cloud migration and workload mobility software, has joined the Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Alliance (ECA). By joining the program, Velostrata would deepen its relationship with Microsoft and their partner and customer ecosystems.
Velostrata cloud migration and workload mobility software would make it possible to move enterprise workloads from on-premises or colocation data centers to the cloud “with speed, scale and simplicity.” Unlike replication-based approaches, Velostrata’s agentless platform would move applications and data to the cloud in minutes including the migration of on-premises workloads into Azure.
“We are thrilled to join Microsoft’s Enterprise Cloud Alliance, as it enables us to further help Microsoft partners and enterprise customers with their large-scale cloud migration journeys,” said Issy Ben-Shaul, CEO and co-founder of Velostrata. “Adoption of Microsoft Azure is increasing rapidly as enterprises realize the business benefits of better agility and a reduced datacenter footprint. Velostrata is paving the way for seamless adoption and mass migration.”
Velostrata also works at scale, allowing migration of 100s of servers per day. System management is easy via a vCenter plugin or REST API.
“The Enterprise Cloud Alliance Partner Program welcomes Microsoft partners like Velostrata that are developing and delivering best in class enterprise and cloud solutions in strategic engagements with Microsoft to accelerate business and innovation,” said Chris Lwanga, Principal, Cloud Ecosystem Engagement, Microsoft. “Partners who are developing solutions that can work with and leverage innovations in the Microsoft Intelligent Cloud will benefit from the promotion and access that are benefits of enrollment in the Enterprise Cloud Alliance to maximize their business opportunities.”
Velostrata software is available for Linux and Windows in the Azure Marketplace with a free tier for evaluation, and it scales on a pay-as-you-go model.
Velostrata is backed by Intel Capital, Norwest Venture Partners and 83 North and is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with research and development in Israel.