Gale Technologies

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Gale Technologies
Private, acquired by Dell
Industry Converged infrastructure, Automation, Orchestration, Information Technology
Founded 2008
Headquarters Santa Clara, California
Key people
Chairman & CEO: Nariman Teymourian, VP of Products: Akhil Sahai, VP of Engineering: Avinash Agrawal
Products GaleForce, CLoud Scheduler
Revenue N/A
Number of employees
60+ (November 2012)
Website (archived 11/5/2011)

Gale Technologies (formerly known as Lumenare Networks) is a private company headquartered in Santa Clara, CA with additional offices in Asia that is backed by Crescendo Ventures.[1]

The company automates companies infrastructure by delivering private and hybrid cloud management and orchestration software. It also sells management solutions for converged infrastructure deployments.


2008: July — Lumenare Networks is formed, and includes the acquired intellectual property of two other companies, Quikcycle and EdenTree Technologies.[2] It was later renamed to Gale Technologies in 2010.

2012: March — Gale Technologies completes the acquisition of Virtiv Technology and its Intellectual Property.[3]

2012: 16 Nov — Dell announces the acquisition of Gale Technologies.[4]

Key Products[edit]

  • GaleForce — An infrastructure automation and orchestration platform that manages and provisions both virtual and physical resources — in the lab, data center or cloud environments.[5]
  • Cloud Scheduler — A downloadable virtual appliance that automates the provisioning, creation of self-service IT infrastructure, and improves the utilization of virtualized and cloud infrastructure.[6][neutrality is disputed]

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