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Pertino to Showcase Its Cloud Network Engine for Secure, Instant VPCs at DevOpsDays

Co-founder and CTO to Demo Pertino's Cloud Networking Solution for Secure, Instant VPCs

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/14 -- Pertino, a company reinventing networking for the cloud era, today announced participation in the DevOpsDays Conference. Pertino will be showcasing and demoing its cloud networking service for instant Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks that are ideally suited for environments extending beyond a single data center or region. The company will also participate in a 60-second pitch contest to present at the show.

Spinning up, spinning down and reconfiguring public clouds on the fly is easy -- until you need to extend VPC connections beyond a single data center. Suddenly, networking becomes complex and time-intensive -- deploying VPN appliances, wading through dozens of configuration parameters, and keeping everything in sync. And it gets even more difficult if you require full meshing, high availability or secure access for remote users.

"VPC solutions today are very uncloud-like and create a lot of friction for DevOps teams trying to create instant and elastic cloud environments, especially when they span outside a cloud datacenter," said Scott Hankins, Pertino co-founder and CTO. "Our Cloud Network Engine service provides a cloud-centric approach to VPC that's host-based, self-configuring and ephemeral, and DevOps teams can leverage the same automation and orchestration tools used to instantly provision and reconfigure their cloud instances."

The DevOpsDays Conference is hosted globally to bring together development and operations teams in order to better collaborate on innovative technology.

Event Details:

  • What: DevOpsDays: The conference that brings development and operations together

  • Who: Pertino Co-founder and CTO Scott Hankins

  • When: June 27 - 28, 2014

  • Where: Computer History Museum, 1401 N Shoreline Blvd, Mountain View, CA, 94043

For a complete schedule please visit the DevOpsDays website.

About Pertino
Founded in 2011, Pertino has an inspired vision for reinventing networking for the cloud era, and in the process, being a catalyst for democratizing IT for small-to-medium businesses. Globalization, cloud-enabled IT, and growing demand for always-connected people, devices, and things is affecting businesses of all sizes -- making the "outside network" as critical as the inside one. However, traditional wide-area networks have not kept pace. Pertino's revolutionary Cloud Network Engine enables an IT person, regardless of skill level, to build a secure and reliable cloud network in minutes that connects people everywhere to IT resources anywhere. To achieve this breakthrough, Pertino has developed a software-driven cloud platform that combines the power and pervasiveness of the cloud with network virtualization and Software-defined Network (SDN) technology. The company is venture funded and headquartered in Los Gatos, Calif. For more information or to try Pertino free for yourself, please visit pertino.com.

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