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CliQr joins Google Cloud Platform Partner Program

27 Jul 2012

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CliQr Technologies has joined the Google Cloud Platform Partner Program as a Technology Partner. The company offers a cloud application management platform—CloudCenter—that simplifies the process of on-boarding, testing and securely running applications on any private, public or hybrid cloud, including Google's Compute Engine cloud service, without migration disruption and expense, stated CliQr.

"The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program enables us to integrate our product offerings in order to support the easy and secure deployment of any existing application on any public or hybrid cloud with the power of the Google Cloud Platform," noted Gaurav Manglik, CEO of CliQr. "The Google Cloud Platform offers a broad set of application development, cloud storage, large scale computing, and big data capabilities that enables business to do important work faster and de-couple their applications from the need to manage their own infrastructure."

Google's�Cloud Platform products enable customers to implement cloud apps solutions, cloud storage solutions, large-scale computing solutions and big data solutions.

The Google Cloud Platform Partner Program includes technology partners such as ISVs and SaaS vendors, platform companies, management and development tools vendors, analytics providers, business intelligence and ETL vendors and storage specialists. These partners offer complementary technologies that have been integrated to provide customers with solutions on top of Google's Cloud Platform.

The CliQr CloudCenter solution is now available.




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