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Zeus to Speak at Angelbeat Cloud SF Event

Zeus Technology, the only pure software-based application traffic management (application delivery controller) company, announced today that it will be participating in the Angelbeat security/virtualization/cloud conference on Friday, June 18th at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel in Burlingame, Calif.

Zeus will be speaking on application delivery in virtual and cloud environments alongside Microsoft, Google and Amazon Web Services, plus demoing its application traffic management solution, Zeus Traffic Manager. Zeus will specifically discuss how software application delivery controllers can be deployed and scaled on-demand in the cloud to manage rapid increases (or decreases) in capacity. End-user IT professionals can register at no charge at www.angelbeat.com.

“We’re pleased to have Zeus participating in this year’s event and feel it will add significant credibility to discussions around traffic management and web optimization,” said Ron Gerber, CEO, Angelbeat. Angelbeat is the largest IT event company in North America based on its coverage spanning 60 cities; it has held over 500 programs in the past decade. The 2010 agenda focuses on Virtualization, Cloud Computing, Storage, Security, Compliance and Networks – and the growing inter-relationship amongst these subjects. The agenda maximizes learning through a series of concise, technical presentations, with ample time for peer networking and product demonstrations.

“In virtualized environments, it’s all the more important to have visibility into your business’ application performance,” said Paul Brennan, CEO, Zeus Technology. “This visibility gives companies the flexibility they need to ensure their services have 100 per cent uptime in the cloud. With that kind of application availability, companies can grow and scale complex, distributed applications and manage updates without incurring costly downtime.”

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