Today at Rishidot Research, we are introducing a new free report called Briefing Notes. Briefing Notes are free reports about a particular vendor and are targeted towards enterprise buyers. Based on the briefings by vendors, our analyst will create a short 2-3 page reports giving a market overview of the segment in which the vendor is offering products/services, a overview of the vendor and their products, the advantages and disadvantages of their offerings and a listing of their competitors. The idea behind Briefing Notes is to help buyers understand how a particular vendor fits into their needs. If anyone is interested in learning more about the vendor, they can subscribe to our enterprise buyer services.
The first Briefing Notes is on AppZero, a company focussed on migrating complex enterprise applications, and the note was prepared by Lori Macvittie.
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Briefing Note Overview
AppZero focuses on enabling application migration in inter-IaaS scenarios. Its zapp migration technique focuses on migration at the application layer rather than at the virtual machine layer as per most alternative solutions.
AppZero technology is designed to manage migration of applications in federated cloud environments as well as on-boarding enterprise applications to public cloud computing environments
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