ESDS receives India’s First Cloud Computing Patent from USPTO

esds-final-logo-colorcode-details-1Speaking on this occasion, Piyush Somani, Managing Director & CEO, ESDS, said, “90% of the IT infrastructure investments go unutilized and organizations under tremendous financial stress need to quickly realize this dire state of the actual consumption vs the dollar spent. With our strong legacy in managing thousands of virtual machines, ESDS is committed to deliver innovative Cloud technology that is scalable and affordable. Additionally, this patent is a testimony of our commitment to deliver on Government’s ‘Digital India’ vision by making IT compute accessible and affordable to all businesses.”

Ankur Jain, Head IT Infrastructure, Yum Restaurants (Pizza Hut), says, “Throughout the year, our website experiences extremely dynamic traffic patterns and the elasticity provided by eNlight ensures 100% availability to manage the varying traffic load. Additionally, with flexible deployment options combined with high levels of security standards makes eNlight the perfect fit for our brand requirement. Finally, the pay-per-consume model ensures we have complete visibility and control over spend.”

Sameer Khanna, Managing Director,, said, “In this digital economy, we are committed to deliver the highest levels of customer experience to ensure satisfaction. At Orahi, our ride sharing and carpool app demands support for instant and live transactions for thousands of members and ESDS eNlight provides the perfect scale and flexibility to match this requirement. Additionally, ESDS Cloud is a right fitment in providing incredible IT resources at fingertips to address the ever-growing needs of a fast-growing start-up like Orahi.”

Businesses with seasonal traffic that experience unpredictable compute load and do not want to make heavy IT investments are set to gain significantly from this breakthrough technology. Unlike traditional Cloud service providers, eNlight is focussed on real-time auto-adjustment of compute resources of a virtual machine, while all the other common features like High Availability, Scalability, Horizontal scaling are already built in the Cloud platform.

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