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Compuware debuts Cloudsleuth community

Compuware debuts Cloudsleuth community

Compuware has introduced a community aimed at cloud service providers and users who are in the process of building, or have built or managed cloud applications.

It provides free resources and information on cloud computing, along with real time performance and availability data using global measurements.

The company says it created CloudSleuth because it received interest from customer and partners for an independent source of cloud availability data. Customers and partners were also looking for a place to exchange information on cloud offerings and common problems experienced with cloud performance.

CloudSleuth partners provide blogs, forums and resources, while the site also has two applications: Global Provider View and Cloud Performance Analyser.


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