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Delphix and HEAT Technologies Form Partnership to Deliver New Cloud Solutions

MENLO PARK, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/15/13 -- Delphix, the leader in agile data management, and HEAT Technologies today announced a partnership to deliver database virtualization solutions to corporate customers. As a partner of leading virtualization, storage, and networking vendors, HEAT provides expert guidance for firms wishing to incorporate new technologies such as cloud computing into their architectures and operations.

"HEAT partners with the best technology companies in the business -- whether they've been around for decades or are exciting new vendors such as Delphix," said Bruce Hardy, President of HEAT Technologies. "Delphix brings the power and value of virtualization to databases, one of the largest sources of cost in the enterprise."

Delphix-powered virtual databases improve data management SLAs through capabilities that cannot be duplicated on physical infrastructure. These include self-service provisioning and refresh of multi-terabyte databases in minutes; rollback and recovery of critical databases without restoring from backups or tapes; to-the-second synchronization of multiple databases located in different geographies; and simplified migration of databases across versions and operating systems. Some of the world's largest and most demanding organizations use Delphix to cut the time, cost, and effort of managing the development and deployment of database-driven applications.

HEAT Technologies not only provides data solutions and services, they specialize in seeking out emerging companies who provide customers with innovative, next-generation products that address ever-changing business needs. "We choose our partners carefully. We want to assure that we are presenting outstanding technology that will deliver long-term value and provide customers with the support and service that meet our high standards," said Hardy. It was this pursuit of the exceptional that led them to Delphix.

"Solution providers such as HEAT act as trusted advisors to key customers, and provide expertise in analyzing and delivering new solutions to those customers," said Rick Caccia, VP of Strategy and Marketing, Delphix. "We look forward to working with HEAT to transform the way organizations manage data and applications."

About Delphix
Delphix enables agile data, transforming the economics of database and application management. Delphix software addresses the single largest source of inefficiency and inflexibility in the modern datacenter -- provisioning, managing, and refreshing databases for business-critical applications. Leading global organizations use Delphix to dramatically reduce the time, cost, and risk of application rollouts, simplifying database operations by 100x, while consolidating redundant hardware by 10x. Delphix is located in Menlo Park, California.

About HEAT Technologies

HEAT Technologies in Mission Viejo, CA provides a full spectrum of IT products and services, specializing in custom solutions that utilize existing investments, while maximizing human resources and technology. They provide solutions that are simple, economical, and reliable and offer the best value/ return on investment for your business. The products and services they choose to represent adhere to high standards of excellence. In addition, they are fanatical about customer service with a team that consists of the best, most experienced people in the business.

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