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CloudEndure Confirms Acquisition by Amazon Web Services

Admin Globaldots
11.01.2019
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It’s official: Amazon Web Services (AWS) has acquired Israeli cloud disaster recovery and backup specialists CloudEndure.

The news had been rumoured over the past few days, yet a short announcement from CloudEndure this morning confirmed the news. The company said no more other than that the acquisition “expands [its] ability to deliver innovative and flexible migration, disaster recovery, and backup solutions.”

CloudEndure offers disaster recovery, continuous backup and migration tools across AWS, Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft Azure, and VMware. Following the acquisition it is unclear as to how these paths will play out, although it is worth noting the CloudEndure website has been redesigned to reflect the news, with the ‘contact us’ form leading directly to a landing page for AWS’ Migration Acceleration Program.

The move can be seen as yet another step on the path to the next evolution of cloud. As AWS, Microsoft and Google have long since emerged victorious in the infrastructure space, the current battleground focuses on cloud management and migration.

Read more: Cloud Computing News 

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