Applied Insight Debuts PaaS Cloud Offering; John Hynes Quoted

Jeff Brody

Applied Insight has introduced a platform-as-a-service offering designed to work with other cloud computing platforms and support network visibility while complying with customer-defined requirements and regulations.

The company said Tuesday its aiLabs research and develpment arm developed Altitude PaaS to provide clients access to various cloud resources and manage collaborative tasks.

John Hynes, CEO of Applied Insight, said the company used its experience in large-scale cloud adoption to create the platform and is looking forward to expanding its services to the federal sector.

Thousands of government and commercial entities have used Altitude to manage organizational functions, the company noted.

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