Five Cloud Computing Services Experts to Watch, Feb. 17

February 17, 2012

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Five Cloud Computing Services Experts to Watch, Feb. 17

By samdizzy

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It’s time for Talkin’ Cloud to put five more cloud computing and cloud services experts in the spotlight. As part of our ongoing Talkin’ Cloud 200 series, here are five experts representing cloud aggregators, cloud brokers, VARs and managed services providers:

Shai Fultheim, CEO, ScaleMP. Twitter: @ScaleMP

shai fultheim

Fultheim designed the core technology behind ScaleMP’s vSMP Foundation for Cloud, which supports distributed applications as well as large-memory applications within cloud computing infrastructure. Under Fultheim’s leadership, ScaleMP has also built out a partner program for channel partners, ISVs (independent software vendors) and technology partners.

Steve Kaye, executive chairman, Cloud Technology Solutions. Twitter: @cloudsols

steve kaye

Kaye positioned Cloud Technology Solutions to offer a professional suite of migration tools for Google Apps. As a Premier Google Partner, Cloud Technology Solutions now helps enterprise and midsize businesses migrate to Google Apps and cloud computing. More recently CTS has announced support for Microsoft Office 365.

Biren Shukla, CEO and President, LevelCloud. Twitter: @LevelCloud

Biren Shukla

Shukla has extensive experience in the managed services market. Now, he’s helping MSPs, VARs and systems integrators become cloud service providers. LevelCloud has nine channel partners and expects to have about 30 by the end of 2012. LevelCloud’s cloud platform is based upon OS33.

Sebastian Stadil, CEO, Scalr. Twitter: @sebastianstadil

Sebastian Stadil

Stadil launched Scalr to offer open source-based cloud computing management software. He also founded the Silicon Valley Cloud Computing Group, a user group of over 6000 members that meets monthly to present the latest developments in the industry.

Eugene Tawiah, CEO, evolutionCloud. Twitter: @evoCloud
Tawiah positioned EvoCloud to offer a next-generation hosted desktop, which allows customers to use all applications — including line of business offerings — via the web. The effort focuses on any device, anytime access. Tawiah also is is know for his work as CEO of Complex Technologies, a managed services provider in New York. He’s partnered with such cloud companies as 6fusion.

Who’s Next?: Nominations Please

Check out the entire Talkin’ Cloud 200 list — so far — right here. To nominate a cloud computing expert for our Talkin’ Cloud 200, simply fill out this form. Thanks to all of those who have been sending in nominations.

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