(Gawkwire) – SOASTA, the leader in cloud-based performance testing, today announced that it continues to receive industry recognition as a top private company as well as a leading cloud computing application provider. For the second year in a row, The Wall Street Journal named SOASTA one of the “Top 50 Venture-backed Companies," and the company was also named for the second time to the AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 list of top emerging Internet companies. In addition, SOASTA was recently recognized by CRN as a “Top 20 Cloud Software & Apps Vendors of 2011,” and it won a CloudCamp Cloudy Award as the “Best Killer App in the Cloud.”
"We are extremely proud to be recognized by so many prestigious organizations and the community for SOASTA’s role in helping shape the new Internet-driven world,” said Tom Lounibos, CEO at SOASTA. “With an increasing amount of business conducted over Web, social and mobile applications, accurate performance testing is imperative to ensuring high levels of reliability and availability. SOASTA CloudTest represents a transformational approach to testing performance, enabling customers to test their consumer-facing Web and mobile applications fast, affordably and at production scale.”
SOASTA develops and delivers the world’s largest platform for testing the performance of consumer-facing Web and mobile applications. With SOASTA CloudTest, testing teams can build, execute and analyze performance tests, with the flexibility to launch tests on a single platform that integrates data center infrastructure and private clouds with external resources including public clouds.The first commercial software solution that seamlessly integrates heterogeneous clouds and other resources for internal and external testing from a single platform, SOASTA enables customers to quickly and affordably test consumer-facing Web and mobile applications at scale.
In 2011 to-date, SOASTA has been recognized by the following:
•The Wall Street Journal named SOASTA for the second year in a row to its list of the “Top 50 Venture-backed Companies.” These companies, which the Wall Street Journal claims are, “The Next Big Thing 2011,” represent start-ups with potential for technological breakthroughs in health care, mobile communications and business software.
•Also for the second year in a row, SOASTA was named to the AlwaysOn OnDemand 100 list of the top emerging Internet companies. Selected by the AlwaysOn editorial team and industry experts across the globe, these companies represent the top 100 private companies that are taking old notions of data management, customer relationships, and infrastructure and forging solutions that will shake up the industry and lead to huge value creation opportunities. OnDemand 100 winners are providing the technology platforms and services needed to manage and leverage this new era of information complexity and overload.
•CRN named SOASTA a “Top 20 Cloud Software & Apps Vendors of 2011.” This is a listing of the cloud software and application vendors that are doing something different, something fresh or something unique.
•Through a community vote, SOASTA won the CloudCamp Cloudy Award for the “Best Killer App in the Cloud.”
SOASTA is the leader in cloud testing. The company’s CloudTest products and services leverage the power of cloud computing to quickly and affordably test consumer-facing Web and mobile applications at scale, providing customers with the confidence that their business-critical Web applications will be reliable and scalable, even under extreme loads. SOASTA’s customers include many of today’s most successful brands, including American Girl, Chegg, Gilt Groupe, Hallmark, Intuit, Microsoft and Netflix. SOASTA is privately held and headquartered in Mountain View, California. For more information about SOASTA, please visit http://www.soasta.com.
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