On-demand access software provider Citrix has sold two cloud-related products to disaster recovery solution provider Accelerite
. Citrix, which has headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States, offers a range of services which extend to server, application and desktop virtualization, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), and also include networking options. Financial aspects of the deal were not released, but it was confirmed that Accelerite has bought Citrix’s CloudPlatform and CloudPortal Business Manager products in a move that is intended to streamline Citrix’s business activity.
Accelerite, which has headquarters in Bellevue, Washington, United States, offers a range of products and services which include endpoint device management, virtualization an telecom and IoT service creation offering, as well as the rCloud continuity and disaster recovery solution. The deal enhances Accelerite public and private cloud capabilities and underscores Citrix’s strategy of focusing on its NetScaler, XenServer and Citrix Workspace Cloud products.
“Cloud infrastructure software is one of the three pillars of Accelerite,” suggested Accelerite’s CEO Nara Rajagopalan in a press rlease. “Today, our cloud software portfolio includes disaster recovery and enterprise self-service solutions. The addition of CloudPlatform and CloudPortal Business Manager product lines will help round out our portfolio and enables us to offer complete end-to-end life cycle management for public and private clouds. Although we see an increase in both the acceptance and adoption of containers in today’s clouds, large gaps still exist in an enterprise’s ability to deploy and manage containers in these environments. CloudPlatform, with its simplicity and ease-of-use along with its tremendous customer base, is a great platform for enterprises to use to address this emerging need to help evolve the cloud into its next phase of hyper-convergence.”Do you know of any other cloud deals that have taken place recently? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.