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.


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.


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


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

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


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


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

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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.


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

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Recommended Books (2 part). Getting familiar with OpenStack

It is tough not to get lost in the variety of books about OpenStack. We have compiled a list of books that will help you sort out the OpenStack basic concepts and OpenStack administration, to become acquainted with some examples to play with, to learn more about security, networking, and high availability.

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Recommended Books (1 part). Introduction in Cloud Computing

Every year, the cloud is growing by an average of 28 percent and has reached 150 billion in 2016. Almost every professional interact with the clouds in his work, and at some point there are questions. To sort this issues we recommend books to help you.

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