Enomaly Appoints Doug Levin to Its Board of Advisors
TORONTO, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Enomaly, a pioneer in cloud computing products and services, today announced that Doug Levin has joined its board of advisors. Levin is the founder and a board member of Black Duck Software, a leading software compliance management company.
TORONTO, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ — Enomaly, a pioneer in cloud computing products and services, today announced that Doug Levin has joined its board of advisors. Levin is the founder and a board member of Black Duck Software, a leading software compliance management company.
During his five-year tenure as CEO of Black Duck, Levin attracted a total of $30 million from top investors including: Fidelity Ventures, Flagship Ventures, Focus Ventures, General Catalyst Partners, Intel Capital, Red Hat, and SAP Ventures. At that time, the company's customer base also grew to include Intel, Adaptec, NEC, Citrix, IONA Technologies, QNX, and more than 600 companies worldwide.
Prior to founding Black Duck, Levin was the CEO of two Boston-area startups; worked for nearly 10 years at Microsoft Corporation; served on projects at IBM, Oracle, and other major technology companies; and worked on the Apple Macintosh development team as a third-party independent software vendor.
"We are very fortunate to have Doug as an advisor," said Reuven Cohen, founder and CEO of Enomaly. "His years of experience and record of success are truly admirable, and I am looking forward to working with him and learning from him as we take the next step with our business and continue to grow Enomaly."
"I thoroughly enjoy working with companies that are emerging from their startup phase and building a substantial global business," said Levin. "I have been impressed with Enomaly's technology and market traction and have high expectations for this company and the burgeoning cloud computing market."
Founded in 2004, Enomaly is a pioneer in the open source cloud computing market. The company's products and services help businesses take advantage of the cloud to maximize computing power, increase productivity, improve operational efficiency, and reduce risk. Its flagship product, the Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), allows companies to create an intuitive environment for hosting and managing applications within and outside an organization. Its customers include Intel and France Telecom. For more information, or to download the ECP, visit www.enomaly.com.