AURO Announces Managed OpenStack Service

AURO, Canada’s first enterprise public cloud that offers Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) services, has announced a Managed OpenStack service that allows you access to a team of certified experts dedicated to helping your cloud succeed. Simply put, it’s the enterprise cloud without the responsibility that normally comes with it.

Managed OpenStack is a product that oversees your deployment, operations, cloud strategy, security, and change management. It proactively resolves issues before you experience them–all around the clock. You can focus on your business by allowing AURO to focus on your cloud infrastructure for you.

The service includes proactive monitoring and alerts with 24/7 support, operational management for user change requests, updates and security assessments, 99.99% SLA availability, and HA configuration assistance.

The plan offers a variety of features, all of which present opportunities to customize your cloud even further. Setup on OpenStack versions such as Newton, Ocata, Pike, and Queens effortlessly. Access modern, effective customization options on any and all OpenStack Projects including Nova, Neutron, Glance, Swift, Cinder, Sahara, Trove, and Magnum. Enjoy cloud monitoring and gain metrics, with high available storage backend for compute nodes.

Additionally, make use of Openstack’s API for a hybrid solution using AURO’s Public cloud or S3 API emulation to move workloads. You can also employ applications which allow for centralized management of cloud resources across private and public clouds.

Managed OpenStack is 100% open-source with no vendor lock-in. It offers the benefits of the public cloud without the need for cloud infrastructure experts. With AURO, there are no limitations and you pay only for what you use.

To learn more, contact AURO via email at sales@auro.io

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