CloudEndure

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CloudEndure, Inc.
IndustryComputer Software
Information Technology
Cloud Computing
Founded2012
HeadquartersNew York, NY, USA
Ramat Gan, Israel
Key people
Ofer Gadish (CEO)
Gil Shai (CRO)
Ofir Ehrlich (VP R&D)
Leonid Feinberg (VP Product)
ProductsDisaster Recovery, Continuous Backup, and Live Migration for the Hybrid Cloud
Websitewww.cloudendure.com

CloudEndure is a cloud computing company that develops business continuity software solutions for disaster recovery, continuous backup, and live migration.[1] CloudEndure is headquartered in the United States with R&D in Israel.

History[edit]

CloudEndure was founded in 2012 by Ofer Gadish (CEO), Gil Shai (CRO), Ofir Ehrlich (VP R&D), and Leonid Feinberg (VP Product).[2] The same founders previously established AcceloWeb, which was acquired by Limelight Networks in 2011.[3][4]

CloudEndure has raised a total of $18.2 million[5] from private investors and companies such as Dell EMC, VMware, Mitsui, Infosys, and Magma Venture Partners.[6] [7] [8]

Awards for CloudEndure include the 2017 CRN Emerging Vendors Award for Storage Startups[9] and the 2016 Gartner Cool Vendor Award.[10]

CloudEndure products have been integrated as OEM software for several partner company services, including an integration into Google Cloud VM Migration Service[11] and integrations with Cisco Systems CloudCenter Disaster Recovery and Migration [12][13] and Sungard Availability Services Cloud Recovery.

Amazon made an offer to purchase CloudEndure in January 2019. Between $200 to $250 million was the negotiated price.[14] They outbid Google and acquired the company on January 10, 2019.[15][16]

Products[edit]

CloudEndure Disaster Recovery performs continuous block-level replication and saves a dormant copy in the target infrastructure, which uses a smaller percentage of compute, storage, and memory than the primary site; this leads to minimal RTOs (recovery time objective) and RPOs (recovery point objective) when spun up in a disaster.[17]

The company offers two tiers of Disaster Recovery, as well as Continuous Backup and Live Migration products.[18]

CloudEndure’s Software as a Service (SaaS) solutions are application-agnostic [19][20][21][22][23] and can replicate workloads from physical, virtual, and cloud-based infrastructure to a variety of target sites, including Amazon Web Services (AWS),[24] Google Cloud Platform (GCP),[25] Microsoft Azure,[26] and VMware.[27]

Patents and licensing[edit]

CloudEndure Ltd. holds (or has pending) seven patents including:

  • "US Patent No. 20140279915A1". - System and method for maintaining a copy of a cloud-based computing environment and restoration.
  • "US Patent No. 20170093971A1". - System and method for orchestrating replicated components in a replicated cloud-based computing environment.
  • "US Patent No. 20150249708A1". - System and method for asynchronous replication of a storage in a computing environment.
  • "US Patent No. 20170192859A1". - System and method for restoring original machines from replicated machines in a secondary computing environment.
  • "US Patent No. 20170111449A1". - Synchronization of an order of access instructions from a primary computing environment to a replicated computing environment.
  • "US Patent No. 20150256510A1". - System and method for name resolution of replicated components in computing environments.
  • "US Patent No. 20180181310A1". - System and method for disk identification in a cloud-based computing environment.

See also[edit]

Disaster recovery
Disaster recovery plan (DRP)
Business continuity
Recovery time objective (RTO)
Recovery point objective (RPO)
Continuous data protection

References[edit]

  1. ^ Actual Tech - Disaster Recovery Cloud Migration
  2. ^ AWS: When disaster strikes, CloudEndure advises putting your head in the clouds
  3. ^ The Next Web: CloudEndure helps Web apps stay up in the air, raises $5.2 million
  4. ^ TechCrunch: Limelight Buys Web And Application Acceleration Technology Startup AcceloWeb
  5. ^ Channel Futures: CloudEndure Raises $13M in Series B Funding Led by Infosys
  6. ^ The Register: Google's eating out of their hand – now CloudEndure 4 want to conquer Europe
  7. ^ livemint: Infosys buys minority stake in Cloud Endure for $4 million
  8. ^ Silicon Angle: CloudEndure raises another $6M for its managed disaster recovery service
  9. ^ CRN: Emerging Vendors 2017: Storage Startups You Need To Know
  10. ^ Gartner: Cool Vendors in Business Continuity Management and IT Resilience, 2016
  11. ^ Google Cloud: Migrating VMs to Compute Engine using CloudEndure
  12. ^ Cisco:Brownfield Virtual Machines Disaster Recovery using Cisco CloudCenter and CloudEndure Disaster Recovery
  13. ^ Cisco: Brownfield Virtual Machine move using Cisco CloudCenter and CloudEndure Live Migration
  14. ^ Fazzini, Kate (2019-01-07). "Why Amazon could buy CloudEndure, Israeli disaster recovery start-up". www.cnbc.com. Retrieved 2019-01-29.
  15. ^ "Amazon to buy Israeli cloud computing co CloudEndure for $250m". Globes (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2019-01-09.
  16. ^ Solomon, Shoshanna. "Amazon said to buy Israeli cloud computing firm for $250 million". www.timesofisrael.com. Retrieved 2019-01-09.
  17. ^ Techcrunch: CloudEndure Disaster Recovery Service Secures $7 Million Investment
  18. ^ Actual Tech: CloudEndure Finds Joint Answers to Issues of Disaster Recovery and Cloud Migration
  19. ^ Storage Prediction: Storage Predictions for 2018
  20. ^ Channel Partners Online: Pivot3 Offers DR to Public Cloud Across AWS, Azure, Google
  21. ^ SAP: S/4HANA on the Google Cloud Platform: Multi-cloud the good, the bad, the ugly
  22. ^ IT Business Edge: Continuous Replication: Can the Enterprise Live Without It?
  23. ^ Finances Online: CloudEndure Review
  24. ^ AWS: Facilitating a Migration to AWS with CloudEndure by Leveraging Automation
  25. ^ Google VM Migration Service
  26. ^ Microsoft Azure: Azure Marketplace is reaching new audiences
  27. ^ VMware:VMware Cloud on AWS

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