OpenStack Private Cloud customized for your needs available on-demand | easy to scale | extended with rich orchestration capabilities
Hosted in
our Datacenter

Dedicated, single-tenant hardware
located in the partners' datacenters with
the highest level of availability.

Managed by
infrastructure experts

Our professional team
deploy, support and operate
your hosted cloud for you.

Built-in
orchestration

Minimize manual operations,
use templates for deploying
your applications in minutes.

What does IT want today?
What does Private Cloud bring to IT?
Easy to use

Self-service private cloud that works like a public cloud with handy UI and flexible API.

Predictable

Consistent and reliable performance. Highly available. Tuned to your application and business needs.

Fast

Instantly provision resources you need: application stacks or single VMs, containers and more.

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Control

Ability to manage users, quotas, resources, images, security policies and application templates.

Reliability

While we monitor the platform 24×7 you can help your users to build, run and manage their applications.

Visibility

Reports, metrics, graphs help you to track user activity, application availability and capacity planning.

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Providers

Deploy and orchestrate complex application stacks to provide PaaS and SaaS services.

Big Data

Storing large-scale data. Collecting, processing and analyzing data using big data platforms.

Content

Social, media and content-rich applications that require good flexibility at scale.

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OpenStack Release 13: Mitaka

The 13th release of OpenStack was presented under the codename "Mitaka". OpenStack Platform includes a set of inter-related components aimed at the creation of a public cloud services such as Amazon EC2, and private cloud environments running on-premise and entirely controlled by the Company.

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Private or Public, OpenStack or AWS

Let's compare two main types of cloud services - the public cloud and private cloud. We will consider both on the examples of Amazon Web Services (public cloud) and OpenStack (private cloud).

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