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Windows Azure Is the Right Solution for Soluto

Wednesday, May 23, 2012 9:00 AM


Home PC management startup chooses Microsoft cloud service to help it scale after a big win.

REDMOND, Wash., May 23, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TechCrunch Disrupt winner Soluto, a home PC remote-management startup, has switched to Windows Azure to help deliver its tool to more than 3 million PCs worldwide, maintain its market momentum and uncap its business potential. By adopting Windows Azure, Soluto solved scaling issues that arose after it won the worldwide competition for IT startups.

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Soluto uses Windows Azure table storage to save PC data, deliver it to users and process it with data from other machines. Soluto users generate tens of millions of data transactions every day, making Soluto one of the largest consumers of Windows Azure resources among startups worldwide.

 "Using Windows Azure, we have the capacity to process hundreds of terabytes of data," said Tomer Dvir, co-founder and CEO of Soluto. "That releases our growth potential and gives us the agility to watch the market evolve, learn from our customers, enhance our products and develop a profitable model."

In May 2010, Dvir and Ishay Green publicly launched Soluto at the inaugural TechCrunch Disrupt. Soluto won Best of Show, and suddenly the company had media coverage in global outlets such as The New York Times, CNN and the BBC. In the month after TechCrunch Disrupt, almost 1 million people downloaded Soluto.

"Our server environment couldn't scale up fast enough," said Roee Adler, chief product officer at Soluto. "We needed a better, more flexible solution, but we still wanted to avoid the risk of a big IT investment."

The team expected that transferring a live application to the cloud would be challenging, and it quickly determined that it could support Soluto most effectively with Windows Azure. "Because we could work with familiar tools, such as the .NET Framework and Visual Studio, we knew that we could get to market much faster with Windows Azure than we would with Amazon," Adler said.

After migrating to Windows Azure, Soluto has grown rapidly. By October 2011, the application had 3 million downloads. Demand can spike by as much as 30 million transactions per day, but the Soluto team can quickly and easily scale Windows Azure to avoid any break in service.

"With Windows Azure, we have complete elasticity and endless scalability," Dvir said. "We are ready to serve any peak in consumer demand."

For more customer success stories, visit http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/news/presskits/customerspotlight.

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SOURCE Microsoft Corp.

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