DivvyCloud is dedicated to supporting hybrid and multi-cloud strategies with support for a full range of public and private cloud technologies from market leaders like Amazon Web Services (AWS) and VMWare, to up-and-comers/important niche providers such as Digital Ocean. We add new clouds and deepen our support for existing cloud technologies on a routine basis, often in response to customer requests. The DivvyCloud product team ensures our platform keeps up with changes in various cloud technologies so customers can to rely on our standard, unified platform for complete visibility and control across clouds.
Featured Supported Clouds
Platform for developing and hosting cloud applications in Microsoft Data centers.
Google Compute Engine
Google Compute Engine (GCE) is the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) component of Google Cloud Platform
Supported Public Clouds
Simple cloud hosting, built for developers which specializes in servers backed with SSD storage
Rackspace Inc. is a managed cloud computing company that specializes is bare metal and virtual private servers backed with their Fanatical Support
SoftLayer is an extremely large public compute provider with over a dozen regions around the globe and a large portfolio of virtual private and bare metal service offerings
Supported Private Clouds
VMware vSphere (formerly VMware Infrastructure 4) is VMware’s cloud computing virtualization operating system
Amazon Web Services Advanced Technology Partner
DivvyCloud’s platform integration to AWS, and other leading cloud technologies, offers customers the ability to build automated compliance and corrective action rules for their cloud deployments using DivvyCloud’s Bot Factory. Existing Bots cover a range of security and cost management use cases
Google Cloud Platform Partner Program
DivvyCloud’s support for GCP, and other clouds, allows customers to define policies for cloud infrastructure utilization ranging from tag strategies and data governance rules, to cost optimization and security automation. DivvyCloud works with the cloud API layer of GCP to present a unified, realtime view of cloud infrastructure while enabling policy inspection and enforcement through automation.