10 Open Source Cloud Services To Help Your Business Grow

10 Open Source Cloud Services To Help Your Business Grow

10 Open Source Cloud Computing Services

Bitnami

The aim of BitNami is to simplify the deployment of web applications, such as wikis or blogs, in order to make them more accessible. There are a lot of high quality open source software packages that aren’t used as much as they could be because getting them up and running can be a complex process.

OpenStack

OpenStack is a collection of open source technology products delivering a scalable, secure, standards-based cloud computing software solution. OpenStack is currently developing two interrelated technologies.

Scalr

With Scalr, your website and web application can grow to millions of users with little work. Scalr will provision new servers on-the-fly to handle spikes in demand, and decommission them when no longer needed to lower cost. It will scale your database, application servers, and load balancers so you never have to. The end result? With Scalr, you’ll never need an $8000/month IT person – just a $99/month subscription to scalr.net

Cloud.com

The Cloud.com CloudStack is an open source software product that enables the deployment, management, and configuration of multi-tier and multi-tenant infrastructure cloud services by enterprises and service providers.

Eucalyptus

Eucalyptus Systems delivers private cloud software. This is infrastructure software that enables enterprises and government agencies to establish their own cloud computing environments. With Eucalyptus, customers make more efficient use of their computing capacity, thus increasing productivity and innovation, deploying new applications faster, and protecting sensitive data, while reducing capital expenditure

BlogTronixMicro

BlogtronixMicro is a real-time communication tool for you and your friends or coworkers. It allows you to post short and frequent updates, ask questions, share media, stay in touch with your friends and more. The platform can be used in two main directions – for creating company private networks for internal collaboration or for creating custom public networks.

OpenNebula

OpenNebula is an open-source toolkit to easily build any type of cloud: private, public and hybrid. OpenNebula has been designed to be integrated with any networking and storage solution and so to fit into any existing data center.

Ubuntu Enterprise Cloud

Ubuntu also markets its operating system to those who want to build their own private clouds and those who would like to use Ubuntu Linux on public clouds on an IaaS basis. It’s available through Amazon Web Services, and Canonical also offers support, training and consulting for enterprises who want to use Ubuntu in the cloud.

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform

Hitachi Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) is the single platform for all data types. In this overview, you’ll learn about 3D scaling and how it lets you expand your system based on your own performance and capacity requirements. Hitachi Command Suite features storage management and efficiency capabilities that further improve the VSP. The Virtual Storage Platform produces significant savings through increased capacity per cost, lower energy use, improved operations and efficiency, and many other features.

Gluster

Manage your data in a single global namespace with the open-source Gluster Storage Platform. Deploy Gluster Storage Platform on public cloud infrastructures such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Rackspace Cloud or build your own private cloud using commodity hardware. Gluster Storage Platform is powerful open source software that runs on commodity hardware.

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