Re: This release is about cheaper resiliency and faster availability. No one can match it.
I dug through your posts to figure out who you are, because you come across like a shill for the company. CMO, hmm, yeah.
No offense, but I can't trust the opinion of a man whose salary depends on promoting a product.
Your enthusiasm for enthusiastically promoting your product as the be-all to end all, the greatest thing since sliced bread, the only answer that ticks all the boxes, does you credit; it is your job, after all. But marching slogans and market-speak don't tell me if your product is any good.
You might come across as marginally more sincere if you were to mention your relationship with the company in every comment (or at least the first comment you post in every thread), and not let yourself appear to be just another El Reg patron.
Also I have a personal slogan that goes, "Everybody in marketing is a fucking liar." It's not meant personally, it's exaggerated and deliberately provocative, but it makes the point that marketing can't be trusted to be honest about their products.
So what are the flaws and limitations of this wonderful product of yours, I wonder? I bet you a nickel you won't name then in public. If you say anything it'll be the most minor, or things you can hand-wave away.
As an experienced problem-solver and R&D developer, MY job is to find flaws and limitations, pluses and minuses, to consider disaster modes, failure handling and look for edge cases. I see none of that here. ...Actually my job is to find success strategies, but to do that I need the whole picture. Too much spit and polish on your picture. If I can't peel back the pretty chrome panels and see the ugly underside, that picture is worthless to me.
The good news is that I'm not actually in your target market, so my personal cynicism won't affect your bottom line. I'm just a bored R&D developer who was irritated by blatant market-speak by somebody apparently unwilling to be upfront about his company connection. (You didn't actually try to hide it, though, I give you that.)