London, UK, and Toronto, ON – September 21, 2018 – Densify, the developer of Cloe, the next-generation cloud optimization technology for TechOps, today announced that it has been awarded the title of “Best Cloud Management Solution of the Year” by Incisive Media's Computing.
Taking place at The Waldorf Hilton in the heart of London on Wednesday 19th September, Computing's annual Cloud Excellence Awards aim to recognize the very best of cloud industry, from the most innovative and compelling products and vendors through to the top use cases from end-user firms.
Recognised by Computing for its innovation, Densify leverages Cloe’s machine learning technology to continuously analyse cloud usage patterns, proactively making cloud instances self-aware of the changes required to continuously optimize performance, while dramatically reducing costs. Unlike traditional cloud tools that focus on the bill but don't fix the underlying problem, Densify uses Cloe to target the root cause of cloud challenges by addressing the problem at the infrastructure level.
“It’s a great feeling to have been awarded the title of ‘Best Cloud Management Solution of the Year,’ and it means a lot to Densify to get recognition from a prestigious title such as Computing,” said Ayman Gabarin, Densify’s Senior Vice President of Europe, Middle East, and Africa. He continued: “We are honored to be recognized with this award, and proud of our achievements in developing Cloe. Such acknowledgement is an added bonus on top of the gratification that comes with our constant focus on helping organizations to face the ultimate challenge of public cloud management.”
Densify is the developer of Cloe, the most advanced, patented cloud and container resource management platform. Densify cloud optimization and management technology gives CloudOps the ability to automate cloud and container workload management, improve application performance, and select cloud resources in the most financially-prudent way. With Densify, IT Operations teams are able to ensure that applications continuously get the optimal resources they need at the lowest possible spend.