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Cloud Technology Partners to Demo PaaSLane at Cloud Expo New York

David Linthicum, SVP, is speaking on 'Calculating the True Value of Industry-Specific Clouds'

Cloud Technology Partners, a provider of transforming businesses with cloud solutions, has announced that it will provide the first public demonstrations of PaaSLane at next week's 12 International Cloud Expo, June 10-13, at the Javits Center in New York City. Additionally, David Linthicum, senior vice president (SVP), will lead a session uncovering the true value of industry-specific clouds.

PaaSLane Demonstration, Cloud Expo Booth 357


June 10 - 13, 2013


Cloud Expo, Javits Center (New York, NY), Booth 357

PaaSLane is a software tool that substantially reduces the time and effort required to migrate applications to the cloud. Traditionally, cloud migration assessments are a manual process that can take months and cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. PaaSLane automates the process by evaluating application source code against a customizable rules engine to identify cloud compliance and compatibility issues. To learn more and/or request to join the private beta release, please visit

David Linthicum, SVP, Speaking on "Calculating the True Value of Industry-Specific Clouds"

Session Description: Industry-specific clouds are those SaaS, IaaS and PaaS services that are tailored for a specific vertical, such as transportation, retail, finance and healthcare. Prevailing research predicts a $65 billion market in these industry solutions for 2013, rising to $100 billion in 2016. The value of industry-specific clouds is that businesses within a vertical can connect to applications, processes and databases that are pre-defined for that vertical, within a public or private cloud. They can extend processes and databases into the business domain, versus defining the data and processes within a generic cloud-based platform.  So, are industry-specific clouds right for your business? What options are out there? How do you figure out the ROI? This session will answer those questions, and others allowing you to make the right decisions around the use of this technology.

About Cloud Technology Partners
Cloud Technology Partners helps companies plan, design and build cloud solutions that reduce IT costs, streamline operations and accelerate time to market. With a comprehensive cloud-focused service portfolio and targeted methodologies and tools, Cloud Technology Partners enables the world's leading businesses and institutions to innovate through cloud computing. Engagement expertise includes cloud strategy consulting, private and public cloud deployment, systems integration, application development and migration, and cloud security and governance.  For more information, please visit:, email: [email protected] or call: 617-674-0874.

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