Scale Computing CEO touts channel advantages of Google deal

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Scale Computing CEO touts channel advantages of Google deal
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Scale Computing CEO touts channel advantages of Google deal

Firm's partners gain ability to help customers with hybrid cloud options

Hyperconvergence vendor Scale Computing is teaming up with Google to develop a hybrid cloud solution with the aim of making it easier for organisations and channel partners to move application workloads between the cloud and on-premise. The new offering, HC3 Cloud Unity, is said to help the channel bridge the gap between on-premise and the public cloud. It allows an organisation's applications to use resources in the cloud and on-premise at the same time. In addition, it enables apps solely created...

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