NEW YORK, November 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
CloudEndure delivers live migration into Google Cloud Platform without any data loss or downtime
CloudEndure, provider of live-migration and disaster recovery solutions, is teaming with Google to provide free migration into Google Cloud Platform. This partnership allows customers to migrate from any Windows/Linux machine and any platform, delivering quick migrations without downtime or data loss.
Google and CloudEndure are inviting companies with a migration requirement for five or more servers on any infrastructure - physical, virtual, cloud, hybrid - to migrate to the Google Cloud Platform for free.
"We're the only technology provider that enables live migration to Google Cloud Platform," said Ofer Gadish, CEO at CloudEndure. "With this special offer, clients can quickly migrate into Google Cloud Platform and with no financial or technical risk."
The CloudEndure technology uses continuous block-level replication, which eliminates the need for any OS, application or database configurations as well as allowing the migration to occur while the server is in use, without losing any data or experiencing any downtime during the migration process.
With CloudEndure's automated machine conversion and cloud orchestration, companies can bring up servers into Google Cloud Platform within minutes, delivering a smooth, stress-free process.
To sign-up for free migrations, please visit http://bit.ly/MigrateWithCloudEndure.
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 and Microsoft's Azure as target cloud locations. For more information about CloudEndure, visit http://http://www.CloudEndure.com.