CloudWeaver Announces GA for AWS Support and Beta for GCE Support

  CloudWeaver Announces GA for AWS Support and Beta for GCE Support

     CloudWeaver eliminates performance and complexity concerns for cloud

Business Wire

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- June 17, 2014

CloudWeaver, a leading provider of cloud analytics and optimization software,
today announced it has changed its name from Lyatiss, as well as beta support
for Google Compute Engine (GCE) and general availability for Amazon Web
Services (AWS). Using a new framework for managing applications, called
Application Defined Infrastructure, CloudWeaver automatically discovers,
abstracts and analyzes the infrastructure of an application (compute, network,
storage) holistically, helping customers meet availability and performance
SLAs for applications across cloud environments - while at the same time
reducing costs for web scale IT.

“One of the biggest hurdles to deploying performance-sensitive applications in
public clouds is the lack of visibility to granular, end-to-end traffic flows
and latency,” said Paul Burns, president at Neovise. “CloudWeaver not only
provides deep, holistic insight to performance between and within instances,
it provides the guidance to resolve issues and optimize costs.”

As the only solution that intermediates between the application layer, and the
underlying infrastructure, CloudWeaver gives users transparency into the
network and systems of the public clouds applications run on. With its
superior analytics, CloudWeaver enables users to optimize their cloud
applications to meet performance and availability requirements proactively.

CloudWeaver caters to applications’ needs by accurately monitoring and
analyzing inter-dependencies and application issues that occur within the
public cloud. The solution aligns the entire collection of resources, creating
an automated feedback loop that adapts to the dynamic needs of applications,
so that any performance and availability problems can be immediately
remediated before they impact operations.

“Application Defined Infrastructure changes the way people think about and
manage their complex distributed application infrastructures in the cloud,”
said Pascale Vicat-Blanc, cofounder and CEO at CloudWeaver. “Today, it’s
almost impossible to understand inter-dependencies and latency issues between
instances running in the shared public cloud. By providing an automated cloud
analytics and optimization solution, like CloudWeaver, we are able to empower
businesses to confidently run their enterprise applications in the cloud.”

CloudWeaver’s solution provides Web scale IT monitoring and analysis for both
enterprises and service providers, and takes an application-centric approach
to managing and optimizing application infrastructures in public clouds. The
approach is based on a flow-aware management framework called Application
Defined Infrastructure that prevents network and system issues, while at the
same time reducing costs.

By enabling businesses to feel confident that their application will perform
in the cloud as well as on premise, CloudWeaver:

  *SIMPLIFIES the cloud by discovering and modeling the complex network of
  *MONITORS the application flows and system metrics to identify and detect
  *ANALYZES infrastructure performance to make informed decisions in
  *OPTIMIZES resources to meet the needs of the changing application

Supporting Resources

  *CloudWeaver’s Blog -
  *CloudWeaver on Twitter -
  *CloudWeaver on Facebook -

About CloudWeaver

CloudWeaver is a software company pioneering Application Defined
Infrastructure (ADI) solutions that offer high visibility and intelligent
analytics to cloud infrastructure users. The company’s family of solutions
powers a holistic optimization of application infrastructures for better
performance, lower cost and improved cloud experience. CloudWeaver is
headquartered in Mountain View, Calif., with offices in Lyon, France.Follow
CloudWeaver onTwitter.


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Heather Fitzsimmons, 650-279-4360
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