Skytechnology creator and owner of LizradFS expands sales in Canada.
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LizardFS Software Defined Storage is a distributed, parallel, scalable, fault-tolerant, Geo-Redundant and highly available file system. They announced today that Al Pendergast has joined its team as Country Manager for Canada. At LizardFS, Al is charged with scaling the sales team and growing markets across Canada.
LizardFS application is cross sector. With a customer base in telecoms, media, Educational institutes, research institutes and healthcare. The possibilities for expansion within Canada are looking pretty promising. Skytechnology also plans to continue adding features to LizardFS as well as offering enterprise support.
"I am very excited to join the outstanding team at lizardFS and to continue expanding the sales reach of lizardFS dynamic benefits offering. We offer full maintenance, development and support for LizardFS including, 24/7 support, we can assist our clients to meet their unique and specific needs and, if necessary, develop new features upon request. We can provide a tailor-made comprehensive solution (hardware and software). We can guide in migrating the data from your current storage solution(s) to LizardFS (possibly using the hardware you already have) to start taking advantage of our unique feature set," said Al.
“Al joins LizardFS during a time of rapid growth. He will play a vital role in managing this growth and driving expansion across Canada,” said Simon Haly, CSO of LizardFS. “We are excited to welcome Al to the team.”
Skytechnology creator of LizardFS was founded in 2012 by passionate programmers who decided to invest their time and skill in creating superior products that would compete in the marketplace by not only offering excellent quality at a competitive price, but most importantly providing outstanding service. LizardFS Software Defined Storage is a free open-source distributed, parallel, scalable, fault-tolerant, Geo-Redundant and highly available file system. It allows users to combine disk space located on several servers into a single name space which is visible on Unix-like and Windows systems in the same way as other file systems. LizardFS makes files secure by keeping all the data in multiple replicas spread over the available servers. It can also be used to build space-efficient storage, because it is designed to run on commodity hardware.