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BizCloud(R) Joins Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/04/14 -- BizCloud® Inc., a leading edge provider of cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions, today announced that it has joined the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network, the world's largest ecosystem for commercial OpenStack deployments. Joining Red Hat's OpenStack ecosystem represents a key step in BizCloud's effort to provide its global customer base with the support they need to leverage the performance gains, flexibility and cost-savings of OpenStack for their cloud initiatives.

BizCloud has helped organizations worldwide build scalable, robust and agile IT infrastructures, giving them the ability to leverage multiple cloud delivery models with BizCloud® Private, Hybrid and Public Cloud offerings. BizCloud collaborates with leading information technology and infrastructure providers to offer comprehensive, best-of-breed solutions to its customers. Most recently, BizCloud partnered with Cyber Innovation Labs, LLC ("CIL") to provide BizCloud-in-a-Vault, a private cloud solution specifically architected for delivery of mission critical applications and services -- a fully turn-key, secure, and compliant solution hosted at one of CIL's enhanced Tier-3 resilient data centers. CIL has adopted NEC's Nblock technologies, an enterprise-class, resilient, and highly scalable server, storage, and network platform for powering service delivery with SLA's exceeding 99.99% uptime. In the future, BizCloud plans to certify its private cloud infrastructure solutions with Red Hat Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform.

The Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network connects both business and technical resources to third-party technology companies who are aligning with Red Hat's OpenStack-based product offerings. Since the launch of the program in April 2013, hundreds of industry leading companies have joined Red Hat's OpenStack ecosystem, delivering commercially certified and supported OpenStack software, plug-ins, and hardware systems. The partners building these solutions work closely with Red Hat to offer customers an enterprise-ready and commercial-grade OpenStack infrastructure, with complementary technologies integrated across compute, networking and storage.

"We are excited to be a part of the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network and to contribute towards the increased enterprise adoption of OpenStack -- the fastest growing open source project in the industry," said Vahid Razavi, CEO and Founder, BizCloud.

"We're pleased to have BizCloud join us in the Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network," said Mike Werner, senior director, Global Ecosystems, Red Hat. "To help customers get the most out of Red Hat's OpenStack based offerings and our open hybrid cloud solutions, we work closely with technology companies such as BizCloud that provide powerful and complementary solutions. We look forward to continued collaboration with BizCloud as a key member of Red Hat's OpenStack ecosystem."

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About BizCloud®:

Based in San Francisco, California, with offices in Europe and Asia, BizCloud® is focused on technology and cloud innovations to assist businesses. BizCloud has mastered the art of integrated delivery alliances of cloud computing infrastructure, BPM platforms, business applications and service delivery organizations to deliver large inclusive customer outcomes for business owners. To learn more, please visit www.bizcloud.net

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