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AppZero Partners with SerenITaaS

New Gold Partner Simplifies Cloud and Server Migration

AppZero, provider of the automated tool to "up-level" server applications to a new operating system or the cloud, has announced that Ontario-based SerenITaaS has joined the AppZero Partner Program as a Gold Partner.  A cloud integration leader with offices in Sydney, Australia, as well as Markham, Ontario, SerenITaaS specializes in integrating cloud technology into existing IT infrastructure. The company is a cloud partner with Microsoft focusing on Office 365 implementations and migrations.

With Windows Server 2003 end of life is approaching, AppZero and SerenITaaS are working together to help customers address the technical challenges of migrating applications to a newer operating system (2008, 2012 or 2012 /R2) or to the cloud.  AppZero makes the move to and from the cloud fast and flexible, extracting and moving server applications in minutes so they can run natively on any version of the operating system, machine or cloud, including managed clouds.

According to Glenn Cameron, CEO at SerenITaaS, "With AppZero, the entire process from the discovery of the application to the migration can be automated without any dependencies on the source machines.  Most Windows applications can be migrated as an application image greatly simplifying the process and mitigating the inherent risk involved with any migration."

AppZero CEO Greg O'Connor added, "We're pleased to welcome SerenITaaS as a Gold Partner and impressed with the work they are doing to help companies direct their efforts towards modernizing their new environments."

In addition to "up-level" migration of applications such as those on Windows Server 2003, AppZero is ideal for performing fast and easy cloud on-boarding of enterprise Windows server applications, moving server applications between servers in private, hybrid, or federated clouds, and bringing enterprise app store (EAS) convenience to server application deployment.

AppZero partners combine cutting edge products and services that open up the business potential of the cloud.  For more information or to participate in the partner program contact[email protected].

About AppZero:
AppZero
is the fastest, most flexible way to move server applications to and across any cloud or datacenter, without code change or lock-in. Encapsulating Windows applications in VM/OS-free packages, AppZero's patented software moves complex server applications with ease.  AppZero allows you to move from an old OS to a newer one, with the click of a button - modernize and move to the cloud in one step.

About SerenITaaS
SerenITaaSTM is head quartered in Canada's technology capital Markham, Ontario, with offices in Sydney, Australia. SerenITaaS provides medium and enterprise clients with expertise in designing and implementing solutions for cloud integration, storage, email (MS Exchange), and server virtualization. For more information, visit http://www.serenitaas.com.

More Stories By Adine Deford

Adine Deford is the CMO for AppZero – the fastest and most flexible way to move workloads across clouds and datacenter servers, without re-engineering, re-installation, or lock-in. With more than two decades of technology marketing experience, she has a deep understanding of the power of “trigger events” in launching disruptive technologies. She predicts that the end of life for Windows Server 2003 scheduled for July 2015, will be the event that puts application migration, particularly cloud migration on the map. You can follow her on Twitter at @AdineDeford.