Compare CenturyLink Symphony vs. Oracle Ravello

CenturyLink Symphony is ranked 23rd in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS) while Oracle Ravello is ranked 14th in Infrastructure as a Service Clouds (IaaS). CenturyLink Symphony is rated 0, while Oracle Ravello is rated 0. On the other hand, CenturyLink Symphony is most compared with Amazon AWS, whereas Oracle Ravello is most compared with Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and Skytap Cloud.
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CenturyLink-Savvis Symphony, Symphony
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Overview
Symphony is an event management toolkit that event planners, conference organisers and corporate marketing teams use to manage and promote their events. The software can be used to create online registration forms, take payment, produce powerful reports and send confirmation and invitation emails to delegates. Symphony runs in the cloud, which means no installation or setup fees.

Ravello is a cloud service that enables enterprises to run their VMware and KVM workloads, with datacenter-like (L2) networking, ‘as-is’ on the public cloud without any modifications. With Ravello, enterprises don’t need to convert their VMs or change their networking configuration to run their existing apps on the public cloud.

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LinedataSimSpace, ironSource, Skyhigh Networks, Core Security, Red Hat, Clico, Symantec
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