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JetStream Launches Cross-Cloud Data Management Platform

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “JetStream Software, an innovator in cloud software development, launched today with a next-generation cross-cloud data management platform. The JetStream Cross-Cloud Platform gives cloud service providers (CSPs) and Fortune 500 enterprise cloud operations a better way to support workload migration, resource elasticity, and business continuity across multi-cloud and multi-data center infrastructures. Founded by a seasoned enterprise IT management team from FlashSoft Software, acquired by SanDisk in 2012 — CTO Serge Shats, CEO Tom Critser and President Rich Petersen — JetStream Software today highlights the company’s fast track into the enterprise cloud market with the launch of JetStream Migrate, deep partnerships, and enterprise customers, including a top-5 U.S. financial services firm and a top-5 European telecommunications firm.”

The release goes on, “The market opportunity for cross-cloud solutions is significant: Research and advisory firm Gartner, Inc. has reported that ‘the Disaster-Recover-as-a-Service market is estimated at approximately $2.01 billion with an expected growth to $3.7 billion through 2021.’ Many cross-cloud operations, such as enterprise hybrid cloud deployment and cloud migration, still require significant professional services, but improvements in cloud-native tools can increase efficiency and productivity. ‘Cross-cloud IT operations require new thinking and new technologies for data management,’ explains founder and CTO Shats. ‘Rather than adapting legacy technologies originally designed for on-premises data management, the JetStream Software platform leverages standard virtualization APIs to provide a unique architecture that delivers the capabilities of the software-defined data center to the cross-cloud world’.”

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