Sterling, Va. (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Ostrato is proud to announce that our cloudSM hybrid cloud service management platform has been selected to compete in the first round of the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Destination Innovation competition. The company will compete for online votes against seven other companies in the government category on the Capital Business website between March 10 and March 14.
Presented by the Northern Virginia Technology Council’s Technology Innovations Committee and Capital Business, the weekly business publication of The Washington Post, Destination Innovation highlights technology advancements emerging from our region through an exhibition, networking, industry speakers and innovation pitches.
The four companies that receive the most online votes in each category will exhibit and compete during the Destination Innovation event on April 2, 2014 at The Washington Post headquarters.
To learn more or to register for Destination Innovation, visit http://www.nvtc.org/events/geteventinfo.php?event=TECH-14.
Ostrato’s cloud service management platform enables organizations to leverage the power of cloud computing environments, providing IT a centralized platform to help federate, scale and adopt cloud services while delivering a superior user experience. Ostrato cloudSM is designed specifically for enterprises that want an integrated approach to governing, managing and reporting on their heterogeneous cloud services, whether they are public, private or hybrid. The platform provides tools to ensure that the cloud is utilized to the best advantage across multiple groups and instances in terms of cost, performance, features, functionality and geographic location. More information can be found at http://www.ostrato.com.