Lagrange Joins Google Cloud as Tech Partner
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Lagrange Joins Google Cloud as Tech Partner

Integrates flagship product CloudMaestro with Google Cloud Platform

If your company website moves as slow as a snail, it's very likely that customers accustomed to instant access all the time may not stay customers for long. Speed on the web is why Lagrange Systems just became a Google Cloud Platform Technology Partner, our sister site Talkin' Cloud reported.

That means its flagship product - CloudMaestro - is now integrated with the Google Cloud and is in a better position to deliver web applications to users, increase site speeds, and eliminate downtime. Specifically, the integration is meant to provide users with the right amount of infrastructure in real time to manage constantly changing site requirements.

"The only way to always offer a consistently positive customer experience is to make sure your website infrastructure stays perfectly synchronized with demand," said Jay Smith, CTO of Lagrange Systems. "The Google Cloud Platform with CloudMaestro can provide high-quality resources that deliver consistent performance relative to the load - an approach that helps businesses meet their user expectations in an affordable, simple and scalable way."

Founded in 2012, Lagrange Systems is privately held and headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area. According to the company's website, CloudMaestro is also integrated with the following cloud providers:

  • Amazon
  • Softlayer
  • Azure
  • Rackspace
  • CloudSigma
  • ScaleMatrix
  • Centurylink
  • Verizon
  • Joyent
  • Hostway
  • HP Cloud

Read the complete article at: http://talkincloud.com/cloud-companies/lagrange-systems-joins-google-cloud-platform-technology-partner

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