Fast Expanding Cloud Management Platform Continues to Grow Its Portfolio of Supported Cloud Services and Technologies to Meet Customer Requirements.
McLean, Virginia (May, 2014) DivvyCloud, the pioneering cloud management platform enabling hybrid and multi-cloud strategies, now supports Google’s Compute Engine. Compute Engine, Google’s answer to Amazon Web Services, has recently seen increasing traction in the public cloud market.
Google Compute Engine joins AWS, OpenStack and HP Helion among cloud offerings supported by DivvyCloud. “It’s great to have added Google Compute, but we’re even more excited about the pace at which we’re adding support for these technologies,” said DivvyCloud co-founder and CEO Brian Johnson. “We’re working hard to add breadth and depth to our cloud support so our customers can avoid being locked in to any particular cloud vendor.”
DivvyCloud software is built from the ground up to support multiple public and private cloud technologies through a single pane of glass, effectively simplifying what is becoming an increasingly fragmented, costly and risky cloud footprint for many organizations. The platform makes it easy to track resources across projects, manage security groups, and automate the lifecycle management of cloud resources. It also includes robust analytical tools to facilitate decision-making and provide recommendations for savings and enhanced security.
DivvyCloud avoids cloud vendor lock-in by providing a single pane of glass through which IT infrastructure teams can view and interact with their cloud instances, regardless of which public or private cloud technologies they’re using.
DivvyCloud software enables organizations to achieve their cloud computing goals by simplifying the lifecycle management of IT resources across leading public/private cloud technologies and services. DivvyCloud was founded by seasoned technologists who understand what is necessary to succeed in today’s dynamic, multi-cloud world. DivvyCloud’s software delivers multi-cloud resource visibility, provisioning, management, monitoring and migration capabilities to improve security, reduce costs, and maintain operational agility.
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