CloudEndure Achieves Amazon Web Services Migration Competency Status as an Inaugural Partner

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CloudEndure Recognized by AWS for Successfully Helping Enterprises Migrate to the Cloud

New York, NY — June 8, 2016 — CloudEndure announced today that it is among the first members of the AWS Partner Network (APN) to achieve Amazon Web Services (AWS) Migration Competency status. The AWS Migration Competency aims to provide enterprises with qualified partners whose solutions can help them move successfully to AWS through all phases of complex migration projects.

CloudEndure has been recognized by AWS as a Migration Technology for Workload Mobility partner. Its Live-Migration Solution enables companies to migrate their workloads to AWS from any infrastructure with no system disruption, no data loss, and near-zero downtime at cutover.

“Our solution has already helped businesses migrate massive workloads, supporting a wide range of applications and verticals,” said Ofer Gadish, CEO of CloudEndure. “We look forward to having this new competency enable even more companies to take advantage of our powerful migration solution.”

The designation of CloudEndure as a Migration Technology for Workload Mobility partner follows last year’s recognition of CloudEndure as a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BCDR) partner in the AWS Storage Competency Program.

About CloudEndure
CloudEndure provides Cloud Migration and Cloud Disaster Recovery for any application, allowing companies to mobilize entire applications with their data to and across clouds with near zero downtime and no data loss. CloudEndure enables truly consistent, block-level, real-time replication using continuous data protection. Founded in 2012, CloudEndure’s Cloud Workload Mobility technology creates an exact copy of the entire application at an alternative cloud location – at the touch of a button, within minutes, and with the latest data. CloudEndure supports physical, virtualized or cloud-based applications as the source and Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform, Microsoft’s Azure and OpenStack as target cloud locations. For more information, visit