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Enomaly and Geminare forge strategic partnership

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Enomaly Inc., a global leader in the Cloud IaaS market, and Geminare Incorporated, the market leader in Recovery-as-a-Service (RaaS) enablement, are pleased to announce a strategic partnership to further enhance their offerings in the Cloud services market. The joint Enomaly and Geminare solution is the first of its kind and a big win for service providers who can now offer their customers a real-time disaster recovery failover solution in the cloud, alongside a complete, secure and award winning IaaS cloud service platform.

Enomaly's Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) is a multi-tenant cloud service delivery platform that enables service providers to operate their own feature-rich revenue-generating cloud infrastructure. Customers benefit from easy self-service access to burstable infrastructure on demand, managed through a complete self-service portal and a powerful API. Customers also benefit from ECP's high availability features. And Enomaly's High Assurance Edition (ECP HAE) adds unique hardware-based security mechanisms to deliver security capabilities never before available in the cloud, and strong enough to meet the highest customer requirements.

Geminare's Server Replication RaaS offering is a white-labeled multi-tenant cloud service platform that provides customers with server replication services enabling automatic failover and failback for their mission-critical applications like MS Exchange, SharePoint, SQL, BlackBerry Enterprise Server, IIS, and Oracle databases. In the event of a server failure, service is automatically redirected to the cloud replica server and it is business as usual with zero capital investment and no onsite hardware required. This in turn gives Cloud Service Providers an instant turn-key disaster recovery solution for their customers while increasing their revenue per hosted server.

Through integration and deployment of Geminare's Server Replication RaaS platform on the Enomaly ECP IaaS Platform, service providers can revolutionize the way disaster recovery, business continuity and server replication services are delivered through the Cloud, providing their customers with dynamically allocated, burstable IaaS infrastructure combined with a cost-effective way to manage and monitor their cloud recovery server infrastructure from anywhere, at any time.

"We are excited about the opportunities that this brings to current and future Enomaly partners and customers. With Recovery as a Service being one of the top offerings our partners look to provide within their Cloud portfolio, Geminare's Server Replication OnDemand is a critical piece in allowing them to monetize their Cloud Infrastructure investments." Dr. Richard Reiner, CEO and Chairman.

"When selecting which partners to integrate with, it was imperative that our value propositions were aligned and it was clear from the start that both Enomaly and Geminare are focused on providing the most secure market-leading technologies to their partners. With Enomaly's recent launch of ECP High Assurance Edition (ECP HAE), the first truly secure hardware-based security IaaS platform, we have clearly aligned with a partner that represents game changing technology for the market." saidJoshua Geist, CEO of Geminare Incorporated.

For more information on Enomaly's Elastic Computing Platform service offerings please visit http://www.enomaly.com

For more information on Geminare's Server Replication in the Cloud please visit http://www.cloudrecoveryondemand.com

About Enomaly Inc.
Enomaly is a leading global vendor of Cloud Computing platform software. Enomaly's Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) is the answer for service providers that want to leverage the power, flexibility, and compelling economics of cloud computing. Enomaly ECP Service Provider Edition is a complete "cloud in a box" solution, enabling telcos and hosting providers to deliver revenue-generating Infrastructure-on-demand (IaaS) cloud computing services to their customers, quickly and easily, with a customizable and highly differentiated feature set. Enomaly is based in Toronto, Canada, and has operations in Vancouver, Canada, South Korea, and Ukraine.

About Geminare
Geminare leads the Recovery as a Service market by enabling Cloud Service Providers to white-label host Server Replication offerings for their customers, delivered through their own Cloud Compute and Storage platforms. Geminare is dedicated to furthering the Recovery as a Service market by building game-changing Cloud technologies which can be delivered through Partners to the Small and Medium Enterprise markets. Currently in the market with Server Replication, Geminare counts amongst its partners Hosting.com, Bell, Synergy Global Solutions, CA Inc. and many other leading organizations. Geminare is located in Toronto, Canada with operations and partners in the USA, Canada and Europe.

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Reuven is an early innovator in the cloud computing space as the founder of Enomaly in 2004 (Acquired by Virtustream in February 2012). Enomaly was among the first to develop a self service infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platform (ECP) circa 2005. As well as SpotCloud (2011) the first commodity style cloud computing Spot Market.

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