Blue Mountain Labs Provides Free No-Hype One-Hour Cloud Computing Consultation to Assist Those in Enterprise IT in Beginning the Movement to Cloud Computing
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Blue Mountain Labs (www.bluemountainlabs.com) announced today the launch of a program to provide a free one-hour cloud computing phone consultation to those in enterprise IT that are seeking initial guidance on the potential use of private and public cloud computing resources to bring more cost and operational efficiencies to enterprise IT.
This is a balanced and independent initial assessment focusing on the requirements of the business, and not the hype. The consultation will provide a practical framework for those embarking on the effective use of cloud computing technology, as well as the defining the potential benefits that this technology can bring.
David S. Linthicum, the CTO and founder of Blue Mountain Labs, will oversee this program. Mr. Linthicum is a well-known thought leader in the cloud computing and service oriented architecture (SOA) space, and the author of the best selling cloud computing book Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in your Enterprise…a Step-by-Step Guide. Mr. Linthicum provides leadership within the emerging cloud computing space, including many public speaking events, 4 blogs focusing on best practices in the emerging cloud computing market, and a weekly Cloud Computing Podcast approaching its 200th episode.
“This program is designed to provide those in enterprise IT solid initial answers about getting started as they look at the viability and application of cloud computing for their existing and future IT assets,” states Mr. Linthicum. “We developed this program to clarify the hype about the emerging use of cloud computing, and define an initial path forward including first steps.”
The phone consultations are scheduled on a first-come-first-serve-basis, and there is limited availability. Organizations seeking this consultation will be required to fill out an on-line short form, providing some initial information about the enterprise and specific problem domain.
Those organizations interested in this program can obtain more information on the Blue Mountain Labs Web site by going to http://www.bluemountainlabs.com/1-Hour-Free-Consultation.
About Blue Mountain Labs
Blue Mountain Labs is a consultancy created to lead enterprises to the promises of cloud computing, including how to integrate existing enterprise systems with the cloud.
SOURCE Blue Mountain Labs