Cloud Control Platform Announced by Sensible Cloud

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This week Sensible Cloud, a cloud control platform developer, announced the release of the Sense Platform, which was created to provide enterprise developers with enhanced control within cloud environments.

The VP of worldwide sales and service for Sensible Cloud, Tony Morrish, discussed the reasoning behind the Sense Platform, stating that "We've talked to numerous cloud users and service providers and identified a significant need for cloud management that provides much more control. We know there are a slew of companies that provide cloud platforms, but no one has joined the dots to provide a complete solution."

This week Sensible Cloud, a cloud control platform developer, announced the release of the Sense Platform, which was created to provide enterprise developers with enhanced control within cloud environments.

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