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ScienceLogic gets behind the UK Cloud Awards 2016

Leading vendor of Hybrid IT Monitoring software backs awards celebrating entrepreneurialism and innovation in the UK Cloud Industry

Leading Cloud Management solution provider ScienceLogic has been announced as a sponsor of the UK Cloud Awards 2016. The awards, established by the Cloud Industry Forum in association with Cloud Pro, recognise the leading vendors, customers and individuals that have set the benchmark for the UK Cloud industry over the past year.

The very best providers, projects and products the UK Cloud industry has to offer will be celebrated at the ceremony that will take place at Skylon in central London on 12 April 2016. A panel of independent judges will produce a shortlist of contenders and will decide on an overall winner in each category. Submissions for the awards remain open until 16 February 2016 and can be entered at

Richard Chart, co-founder and EVP of Product Management at ScienceLogic, said: “The UK Cloud Awards are the industry’s definitive recognition of accomplishment and have gone from strength to strength since they launched a few years ago. The UK Cloud Awards 2016 will be a great opportunity to highlight the truly exceptional companies in the UK cloud community and raise the profile of the very real impact of their achievements. We e look forward to seeing the very best examples of what the UK Cloud market has to offer.”

Alex Hilton, CEO of the Cloud Industry Forum, said: “ScienceLogic has been an active supporter of the Cloud Industry Forum since they joined our ranks back in 2011, so we are very pleased to have their support for the UK Cloud Awards. The awards celebrate the teamwork and innovation that move the industry forward and, given the interest we have already received in this year’s proceedings, it’s clear that we have struck a chord with the industry. I have every confidence that the 2016 awards will be a big hit.”

The Judging Panel includes CIF’s chairman, Richard Sykes, Cloud Pro journalists Max Cooter and Maggie Holland, as well as Clive Longbottom of Quocirca, Gigaom Research’s Jon Collins, Gary Delooze, Head of CIO Advisory Practice at EY UK, and Will Venters, lecturer in Cloud Computing at LSE.

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