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ProKarma Partners With Scalr to Offer Cloud Management for Enterprise Private and Hybrid Clouds

DENVER, CO and SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/07/14 -- ProKarma, a global IT solutions company, today announced a partnership with Scalr, providers of the leading open-source enterprise cloud management platform, to deliver private and hybrid cloud management to its cloud computing customers. Scalr's open source Cloud Management Platform(CMP), offered as either a hosted or on premises solution, provides a single pane of glass management portal that enables both an enterprise's IT operations staff and developers to provision and manage application environments across the most popular clouds, including Amazon EC2, Google CE, OpenStack and CloudStack.

"We are pleased that ProKarma has added Scalr's Cloud Management Platform (CMP) to their enterprise cloud computing solutions," said Sebastian Stadil, chief executive officer, Scalr. "Together we can provide ProKarma customers with private and public/private hybrid cloud solutions that deliver the flexible infrastructure and platform capabilities they require."

With a six-year history of working with Global 2000 enterprises spearheading cloud adoption in their respective industries, including Samsung Electronics, Oracle and Expedia, Scalr's DevOps approach to cloud management drives cloud adoption, business transformation and innovation. The Scalr CMP offers a unified API and web interface for developers and IT users to access and manage infrastructure resources distributed across numerous public and private clouds, such as Amazon Web Services and OpenStack.

"Our global customers rely on ProKarma to be at the forefront of cloud solutions which address their unique business challenges," said Vijay Ijju, CTO, ProKarma. "With the proliferation of cloud platforms and services in the enterprise today, our customers require a flexible, easy to use and centralized control console to manage their cloud infrastructure efficiently. Scalr delivers an enterprise ready solution for private and hybrid clouds."

ProKarma provides enterprise solutions, custom application development, and IT infrastructure services to more than 150 companies worldwide. The company's 1,800+ employees deliver technical and domain expertise across multiple platforms and industries to help enterprise companies drive productivity and efficiency and gain the most out of their technology investments.

About ProKarma
ProKarma delivers integrated technology and business process outsourcing solutions for over 150 global leaders in a wide range of industries and markets. ProKarma is co-headquartered in Portland, Ore., and Omaha, Neb., with sales and delivery centers in the United States, India, Argentina and Peru. ProKarma was selected as a Global Services 100 Provider for 2012 and 2013 and ranked as the fastest-growing IT services company in America by Inc. 500. For more information, visit www.prokarma.com.

About Scalr
The Scalr cloud management platform enables today's enterprise to manage and control accelerated application development across public, private and multi- cloud environments through an enterprise grade, on-premise software solution. The Scalr platform elegantly automates the deployment, monitoring and governance of cloud computing environments. Founded in 2007, leading global organizations have selected the Scalr platform, including Samsung, Nokia, Oracle, Expedia and the Walt Disney Company. For more information see http://www.scalr.com

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