Fujitsu Middleware Offers Support for OpenStack
May 23, 2014
Fujitsu Technology Solutions (News - Alert), a European computer company offering innovative IT products, has announced it is offering private cloud products and services that support OpenStack, the open cloud environment, to fulfil diverse customer cloud needs in the era of cloud computing.
Fujitsu (News - Alert) offers an integrated service catalog management portal product for hybrid cloud environments that combine private and public clouds. The company is providing support services for building and operating Red Hat (News - Alert) Enterprise Linux OpenStack Platform, the OpenStack distribution from Red Hat, Inc.
The company has long been an active participant in Japan's open source software (OSS) community. It has a wealth of experience deploying cloud systems.
Fujitsu provides safe and reliable open cloud environments with its track record in applying Linux and other OSS to mission critical systems, and with its development and support unit of 700 Japan based people involved in OpenStack and other OSS projects. OpenStack has fastly become the open-source cloud project with the broadest industry support and the most vibrant community.
With this enhancement to bring OpenStack support to its private cloud products and services, Fujitsu is providing its customers with optimal cloud environments for a variety of usage scenarios.
Fujitsu has been offering OSS products and services since 1999, and supported Linux on its PC servers, and since then it has supported the Eucalyptus cloud platform and Apache CloudStack.
Fujitsu offers one-stop support for customers using OSS, covering the complete life-cycle, from the proposal stage to pre-qualification, design, configuration, and support.
ServerView Resource Orchestrator, which is private cloud platform software for efficiently managing, operating, and using ICT resources, including servers, storage, and networks, has been enhanced to support the OpenStack
Fujitsu plans to offer workload-management software that will automate the process of distributing and operating workloads in cloud environments.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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