Cloud Computing Infrastructure Insider Video Series – Interview with Ellen Rubin

Our Cloud Computing Infrastructure Video Series features video interviews with cloud thought leaders, entrepreneurs, business executives and luminaries where we discuss with them for their insights on the current infrastructure space as well as their future plans for the cloud in 2016.

This video features Ellen Rubin, the co-founder of ClearSky Data. Ellen is a highly experienced entrepreneur specializing in Clear-Sky-Data-ProfitBricks-Cloud-Computing-Videoenterprise infrastructure, cloud computing, business intelligence, data warehousing and data center markets. Her recent experience includes co-founding CloudSwitch, a cloud enablement software company which was acquired by Verizon in 2011, where she was responsible for all cloud offerings strategy and roadmap. Together with Lazarus Vekiarides, Ellen co-founded ClearSky Data, and offer a global storage network that offers enterprises the security, performance and availability needed for their businesses to thrive.

Interview with Ellen Rubin

In our discussion with Ellen Rubin, she spoke about how the ClearSky Data’s modern cloud storage offerings include a managed service, that replaces all of the performance and availability of traditional on-premises storage. They deliver their cloud storage offering as a SLA-guaranteed service, offering all the economics and scale of the cloud.

On the ClearSky Data blog, Ellen highlighted Quentin Clark from SAP’s discussion at Structure which highlighted the importance of latency, echoing ClearSky’s focus on “tackling the latency challenge for enterprise cloud adoption“.

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Stay tuned for even more videos in our cloud computing infrastructure series.