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Stratoscale

Contributor(s): Matthew Haughn

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Stratoscale is a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) vendor offering software-defined data center (SDDC) technology.

Stratoscale’s Symphony software allows customers to converge and manage compute, storage and networking on existing infrastructure without using extra third-party software and incurring extra licensing costs.

Symphony uses OpenStack standard APIs to allow for operational efficiency and simplicity, along with fast set up, with full function and features available in minutes. Symphony also features smart resource provisioning and allocation and a distributed architecture with self-healing for high availability and data protection.

Symphony is used for private cloud, development testing, big data, service providers, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), remote office / branch office (ROBO) and infrastructure refresh.

Ariel Maislos and Etay Bogner founded Stratoscale in 2013. Corporate headquarters are in Herzliya, Israel; the company also maintains offices throughout the United States.

This was last updated in October 2016

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