Cloud management software provider Nixu Software has just unveiled the Nixu Cloud IP Suite, designed to slash cloud application delivery time from “weeks to milliseconds.” Built on a robust architecture that supports multi-vendor environments, the cloud management software enables enterprises and managed service providers to seamlessly integrate with existing SOA network infrastructure.
The cloud management software is powered by a patent-pending mechanism for release parameter provisioning, offering an ideal IP commissioning system for multi-tenant cloud environments.
"As managed service providers and enterprises increasingly use the cloud to deploy applications, IT directors have become concerned about the long lead times associated with the manual configuration of release parameters," said Juha Holkkola, managing director of Nixu Software, in a statement.
"Relying on manual processes is no longer feasible, because that can take up to several weeks,” Holkkola added. Our solution enables reliable automation of these workflows in multi-tenant cloud environments."
The cloud management software provides businesses with access to a turnkey system that automates the provisioning of IP addresses, server names and other release parameters. Nixu Cloud IP Suite transforms the application delivery chain by speeding up time to market without the need to redesign the existing production environment.
Nixu also offers professional services packages to simplify and speed up the implementation of the solution, allowing for the integration of the Nixu Cloud IP solution with existing application deployment workflows and network infrastructure. Further, the API provides reliable alignment with SOA-based application release workflows and supports restricted real-time access to data.
In related news, earlier this month Riverbed (News - Alert) Technology revealed that it has been working hard to completely revamp its Whitewater cloud storage portfolio, a robust cloud management software solution that will enable enterprises all over the globe to fully manage and support a bigger amount of backup data workloads.
Touted as powering improved scalability and upping the ante on available management features, this solution differs from previous versions in that it offers four times the disk storage capacity on–premise and in the cloud in addition to two times the memory.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein