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Kaavo partners with Eucalyptus Systems to deliver Application Management for private and hybrid clouds

Stamford, CT, June 21, 2010 – Kaavo, an innovative provider of solutions for managing distributed applications in the clouds, today announced it has partnered with Eucalyptus Systems to support application management on Eucalyptus’ private clouds.

Eucalyptus provides infrastructure software that allows enterprises to establish their own cloud computing environments.  By partnering with Eucalyptus, Kaavo will offer onsite deployment of its IMOD application for large customers so they have a choice to deploy and manage their applications on a private cloud or a combination of private and public clouds.  Kaavo is the first and only company to deliver a solution with a top down application-focused approach for IT infrastructure management in public and private clouds.

“Kaavo's unique top down application-centric approach makes it easy to deploy and manage applications in private, hybrid, and public clouds.  We are pleased to add Kaavo to the growing list of vendors providing  solutions for the Eucalyptus private cloud, ” said Rich Wolski, CTO of Eucalyptus Systems.

“As enterprise customers are moving towards cloud adoption, they are looking for optimal execution environments for running their applications; depending on the use case, the best environment could be delivered in private, hybrid, or public clouds.   With our support for the Eucalyptus cloud, customers will be able to use the right environment for any given application,” said Jamal Mazhar, Founder and CEO of Kaavo.
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About Kaavo
Kaavo provides solutions for managing distributed applications in the clouds. Kaavo’s core product, Infrastructure and Middleware On Demand (IMOD), makes it easier for individuals and businesses to leverage on-demand infrastructure and run secure and scalable web services and applications in the cloud. For more information, please visit

Kerri Hazama
Gutenberg Communications


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