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ALA Services Acquires Adaptive Computing

AdaptiveToday ALA Services announced it has acquired Adaptive Computing of Provo, Utah.

Adaptive Computing provides award winning Workload and Resource Management software that orchestrates, manages and optimizes many of the world’s complex IT environments to meet Mission-Critical Business Challenges. Adaptive’s solutions have a highly intelligent decision engine that is remarkable and unique. Adaptive has the only workload management platform that provides predictive scheduling and future resource reservations.

I am thrilled with the acquisition of Adaptive Computing,” said– Arthur Allen, Founder & CEO, ALA Services LLC. “I have been helping customers gain insights into better decisions and improve efficiencies across their computing environments for many years and with Adaptive Computing we have a platform which can automate the decision processes and can save customers thousands to even millions of dollars as they implement their software-defined infrastructures.”

Adaptive Computing’s Workload and Resource Orchestration software platform, Moab, is a world leader in dynamically optimizing large-scale computing environments. Moab intelligently places and schedules workloads and adapts resources to optimize application performance, increase system utilization, and achieve organizational objectives. Moab’s unique intelligent and predictive capabilities evaluate the impact of future orchestration decisions across diverse workload domains (HPC, HTC, Big Data, Grid Computing, SOA, Data Centers, Cloud Brokerage, Workload Management, Enterprise Automation, Workflow Management, Server Consolidation, and Cloud VMs); thereby optimizing cost reduction and speeding product delivery. Moab gives enterprises a competitive advantage, inspiring them to develop cancer-curing treatments, discover the origins of the universe, lower energy prices, manufacture better products, improve the economic landscape, and pursue game-changing endeavors. Moab participates in a large and growing market expected to reach $5.3B by 2017.

Adaptive Computing is adding proven growth expertise and infrastructure through this acquisition by ALA Services,” said Marty Smuin, CEO of Adaptive Computing. “Arthur L. Allen brings deep insights and a proven process he has used to drive success. We look forward to accelerating our business and improving value to our customers by combining ALA’s expertise with Adaptive Computing’s leading technology and great position within the market.”

2f8bec9ac757d999c517ed683eb25dc4With the acquisition of Adaptive Computing, the recent creation of 4 Bears USA, and the investment in GoEnnounce, the ALA family of companies continues to grow. ALA, a veteran owned company, operates on a corporate shared-services model — achieving synergies across acquired Companies — driving increased equity value. ALA is actively negotiating M&A opportunities in the mature Software technology space with the objective of growing an enterprise software company — in which acquired companies will remain separate entities under the ALA umbrella.

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