ExColo OpenStack Consulting ServicesDec 7
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What is Openstack?
Openstack is an open source cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a web based dashboard. Openstack is highly scalable and can help you setup a public or private cloud. Icehouse is the ninth and the latest Openstack release.
ExColo Openstack Consulting Services
Our team of highly experienced Openstack consultants can help you set up your complete cloud infrastructure - from helping you choose the right components to completely managing your cloud infrastructure. Our engineers are experience in setting up private, public and hybrid cloud solutions for our clients.
We also help you in get your team up and running in Openstack through our Openstack training in partnership with the Linux foundation and Mirantis.
Our Openstack consulting services include:
- Openstack cloud architecture design
- Openstack deployment
- Scaling Openstack
- Openstack Migration
- Openstack training
- Openstack infrastructure management
- Openstack support.
We can help your Presales team
OpenStack is a new technology that can intimidate any presales and/or engineering team. Don’t let any business opportunity go and let us help you drafting the best proposal to your customers. We can help you with tasks like:
- Tailor the OpenStack proposal to your customer needs
- Sizing platforms
- Choosing the right component or driver based on requirements
- Architecture design
Integrate your product with OpenStack
There is a big difference in skill set between companies looking to create products around OpenStack as a service and companies looking to run their operations around OpenStack. ExColo has successfully developed products that extend OpenStack using the full suite of components like Keystone, Glance and others. ExColo can help companies to integrate their products and OpenStack based on our experience building products.
Contact us. We'll be happy to talk about your projects around OpenStack.