Platform9’s open source-as-a-service model makes it easy to run hybrid clouds across any infrastructure, using leading open source cloud frameworks. Unlike DIY approaches or legacy distributions, Platform9 delivers OpenStack and Kubernetes as SaaS Managed solutions that offer instant time to value, require zero maintenance and easily integrate with all of your infrastructure.
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The world’s most advanced enterprises rely on Platform9’s Managed OpenStack and Kubernetes offerings to run dev-test and production workloads across datacenters and public clouds.
Gartner recognizes Platform9 for greatly reducing complexity around managing cloud infrastructure through its SaaS model.
Dailycloud recognizes Platform9’s OpenStack and Kubernetes offerings gaining momentum on ease of deployment.
The Next Platform highlights how Platform9 makes OpenStack clouds as familiar and easy to manage as the AWS public cloud.
Platform9 gives you the plug-and-play simplicity of a public cloud anywhere: as a private cloud on your own private, secure infrastructure; or as a hybrid cloud for scalability.
Built by a team of product designers and systems engineers, Platform9 provides an elegant, simple way to consume powerful open source frameworks such as OpenStack and Kubernetes. These frameworks are delivered “as-a-service” that quickly consolidate all of your different server and cloud infrastructure deployments.
OpenStack and Kubernetes are fully integrated: hardened with end-to-end security, configurations for fault-tolerance and high-availability, storage and network integrations, integration with SSO systems, and with popular automation tools such as Puppet, Chef, Ansible, Jenkins and others.
Manage across any server or cloud infrastructure: our service creates a single pane across servers, storage and networks running KVM (Linux), Docker, and VMware vSphere; and public clouds such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
Managed OpenStack and Managed Kubernetes are deployed, monitored, supported and upgraded as a SaaS solution. DevOps and IT teams can therefore focus on delivering core business value using these frameworks with minimal overhead, rather than the upkeep of these environments.
Going from public cloud to hybrid using Platform9 Managed OpenStack easily saved us $6-8 million on OpEx a year.
Udy Gold, Vice President of Data Center and Cloud Operations for PubMatic
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