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Blog – Why 6fusion’s Cloud Resource Meter Launch Matters

By John Cowan, 6fusion Co-founder and CEO

By the time this blog post hits the airwaves, 6fusion will have launched it’s second major software product in the first 45 days of 2012. For those of you that run start up software companies, you know what kind of pace it means. To be perfectly transparent, things are, well, nucking futs inside our little company.

The product we launched simultaneously at VMworld Partner Exchange in Las Vegas and Cloud Connect in Santa Clara is called 6fusion Cloud Resource Meter (for VMware vSphere) – more on the vSphere part later.

I wanted to take a few written words to explain a few things about the product and the product strategy…

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John Cowan is co-founder and CEO of 6fusion. John is credited as 6fusion's business model visionary, bridging concepts and services behind cloud computing to the IT Service channel. In 2008, he along with his 6fusion collaborators successfully launched the industry's first single unit of meausurement for x86 computing, known as the Workload Allocation Cube (WAC). John is a 12 year veteran of business and product development within the IT and Telecommunications sectors and a graduate of Queen's University at Kingston.