Cloud Startup: ECmanaged

Cloud Startup: ECmanaged

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Times have changed in the cloud management arena. Instead of recycling applications, the end-user can clone them, which is another word of scaling apps, at will. More so, it is now possible to operate under various cloud providers at discretion, sometimes dismissing certain instances of their offers and activating those of others at wish. There is more than meets the eye, indeed, in the whole cannon of cloud management and application-synchronization services of ECmanaged. This cloud startup has made it to the GigaOm’s calendar event of every year, Structure Europe, for the following reason: ‘enabling users to take full control of their cloud platforms’ from inception to backend management.ECmanaged: Go a la Carte with Clones of Applications from a Multi-Cloud Management Tool

What Exactly Do They Offer?

Approaching the services of ECmanaged is like visiting a French café where a la carte menu is on the wall. This is because of the following eclectic, scalable and customizable offers:

  1. Applications One Can Twist At Will

The dashboard of the company provides the user with a collection of apps with all their activation and configuration algorithms. To add onto the flexible particulars, this application allows the user to install the app at the click of a button. What is very helpful about this aspect is that it does not involve any math but just attention to detail, including selecting the right app for the particular service that one wants to try.

Alternatively, if one is a developer, it is possible to improve the Software as a Service (SaaS) lot of the end-users, by developing images that follow protocols or are original. For those that follow protocols, they just need to go to the ECmanaged’s dashboard to select custom images that have affinity for the given application. For the original developer, it is possible to not only sketch and develop it, but customize and manage the image to suit the parameters of users.

  1. Infrastructure in Different Choice Slices

In conforming to the services of the best cloud providers around today, the startup offers server management and storage functions that bill only the exact usage. Having met the pay-as-you-use particular, ECmanaged goes ahead to offer different service providers on one platform. This means switching the management role, such that, the cloud provider of one’s infrastructure becomes the servant that one can manage. It also infers selecting several top-notch cloud services and activating them on and off depending on the level of need, on the spur of the moment.

Affiliated to this offer is the fact that one can switch on and off the various instances that service providers have on offer. For example, if the client opts for a service because of storage but not transfer, he or she only needs to use the former.

Pricing Note

Even if the pricing records are like those of the best cloud offerings available, there is something notable about this site. It comes with a promotion that extends a one-month trial without charge.

In Summation

That ECmanaged has been able to bring multiple ‘clouds’ to one meeting place for end-users and developers to partake of, hints of more deep-seated particulars. This includes the ability to clone/scale any application that does not meet certain preferences. This happens at a single click. Additionally, the service comes with backup technology, which the site calls ‘advanced’. It enables the retention parameters, which can be on a day-to-day or seven-day basis. Finally, users can track down the kind of service they are likely to get from providers with their costs, going by the algorithms that ECmanaged provides.

In denouement, it is a safe bet that ECmanaged is going places with its offer. It recently emerged as the number one cloud solution, according to Eurocloud Spain. This is one, among the many reasons that have given it a slot in top cloud startups for this year.

By John Omwamba

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John posses over five years experience in professional writing; with special interests in business, technology and general media. Driven by passion and 'glowing' enthusiasm, he has covered topics cutting across diverse industries with key target audiences including corporates, marketing executives, researchers and global business leaders. John currently freelances for CloudTweaks as a frequent writer.

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