|By Reuven Cohen||
|June 2, 2009 11:00 PM EDT||
Enomaly, a pioneer in cloud computing, today announced the launch of 10 new global cloud computing service providers who have standardized on and are powered by Enomaly’s Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), Service Provider Edition. The service providers are leveraging Enomaly’s next generation solution, designed for carriers and hosting providers looking to build a line of business offering Infrastructure-on-Demand or Infrastructure as-a-Service (IaaS) to customers.
Enomaly ECP Service Provider Edition extends the company’s open source ECP Community Edition platform, used by more than 15,000 organizations around the world. The new offering makes it possible for service providers to rapidly monetize cloud computing. ECP Service Provider Edition can host Microsoft Windows, Linux, or any other operating system and can be used to host Web sites, power internal business applications, and provide burst capacity. The platform enables users to access and manage virtual servers in whatever quantity they need, on-demand, through a self-service dashboard and a Web-based API.
“We developed the Service Provider Edition of our popular ECP based on partner and customer response,” said Dr. Richard Reiner, CEO of Enomaly. “We have seen tremendous response and adoption of the solution from its earliest stages and look forward to rolling out an extensive feature set in the coming months. As always, our focus at Enomaly is customer service and innovation. We are pleased to be able to deliver this next step in the evolution of cloud computing.”
Enomaly has been working closely with a global group of cloud computing service providers that have helped define the product direction and the future roadmap. Due to strong demand, the launch program was oversubscribed, and a phase-1 customer group was selected including: 1-800-Hosting (US), CentriLogic (US and Canada), CiberConceito (Portugal), eVirtualCloud (Pakistan and Middle East), Family Hosting (US), ForLinux (UK), MediaWeb / Netsentia (Singapore), Next Wave Network (US), RazorServers (US). Global technology companies including Nomura RI (Japan), RedHat China, a large global telco, and a number of national hosting providers are also working with Enomaly and will be announcing their cloud computing initiatives at a future date.
“We continually strive to adopt new technology with the goal of satisfying the business needs of our customers,” said Robert Offley, President & CEO, Centrilogic. “To that end, we were delighted to be selected as a charter customer and work directly with Enomaly to shape the ECP Service Provider feature set. We look forward to working closely with the team to build out our solution and deliver it to customers of Centrilogic.”
Availability, Pricing and Support
The Enomaly ECP Service Provider Edition is available for purchase. Companies interested in partnering with Enomaly and offering cloud services should contact Dr. Richard Reiner, rr (at) enomaly.com. For more information, visit www.enomaly.com or email sales (at) enomaly.com.
Enomaly also offers professional services including cloud computing readiness assessment and enterprise cloud computing strategy and planning. For more information please visit www.enomaly.com or email sales (at) enomaly.com.
Enomaly is a leading vendor of Cloud Computing platform software. The company’s Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) provides carriers, hosting providers, and enterprises with the power, flexibility, and compelling economics of cloud computing. Organizations around the world use ECP to deliver Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) for customers, employees and partners; to seamlessly bridge computing tasks between datacenters and public cloud providers; and to experience the increased business agility of cloud computing. Enomaly is based in Toronto, Canada, and has operations in Vancouver, Canada, South Korea, and Ukraine. www.enomaly.com
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