"This is a breakthrough approach to how cloud computing is done," said Bryson Koehler, chief information officer at The Weather Company, the nation's leading provider of weather forecasts and information. "Weather is the most dynamic dataset in the world, and we also use big data to help consumers better plan their day and help businesses make intelligent decisions as it relates to weather. As a big data leader, a major part of The Weather Company's go-forward strategy is based on the cloud, and we are linking a large part of our technical future to these services from Verizon."Rob Walters, chief technology officer at Engine Yard, a Platform as a Service that lets developers plan, build, deploy and manage applications in the cloud, said: "The new Verizon Cloud will give us ease of deployment and flexibility with full enterprise capabilities, saving us time and money. We've had a long and successful relationship with Verizon. We've deployed some of our most demanding enterprise-grade applications on Verizon cloud infrastructure to deliver the high scalability and reliability required for business-critical apps running on Engine Yard."
Verizon Reinvents The Enterprise Cloud
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