Carbon Project Becomes a 'Front Runner' With Release of CarbonCloud Sync
The Carbon Project today announced it will launch a new application using the Windows Azure Platform. The CarbonCloud Sync solution in combination with the Windows Azure platform helps enable customers to collaborate and share geospatial updates from many sources to many spatial databases using open standards. The Windows Azure platform, Microsoft's cloud services platform, provides The Carbon Project with the ability to build, manage, and deploy cloud based applications.
"Thru the technical and marketing support provided by the Front Runner program, we are excited to see the innovative solutions built on the Windows Azure platform by the ISV community," said Doug Hauger, general manager for Windows Azure Microsoft Corp. "The companies who choose to be a part of the Front Runner program show initiative and technological advancement in their respective industries."
"Windows Azure platform provides greater choice and flexibility in how we develop and deploy geospatial applications for Gov 2.0, defense and intelligence customers, both on-premises or in the cloud," said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project.
CarbonCloud Sync automates critical processes such as validating, disseminating and synchronizing geospatial updates from many sources to many databases, bridging vendors and GIS platforms using interoperability standards. Counties, states, and federal agencies can now improve their efficiency, cut red-tape, and reduce data gridlock while maximizing geospatial platform investments.
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