The CompatibleOne Team is excited to announce the launch of CompatibleOne SAS to support the world’s first open source Cloud Service Brokerage platform.
CompatibleOne SAS will become a market leader in Cloud Service Brokerage for CIO’s, operators of marketplaces, brokerage services and cloud exchanges in the era of the Third Platform (Cloud, Mobile, Social Business and Big Data).
CompatibleOne is an open source and open standards based software. Fully compliant with the NIST definition of CSB, CompatibleOne enables intermediation, aggregation and arbitrage. As organisations are moving to adopt the cloud, Cloud Service Brokerage Platforms are providing an opportunity to capitalise on this new paradigm with simplicity and velocity.
The launch of CompatibleOne SAS, is responding to the following market demands:
• IT departments looking to deliver IT as a Service and work with the Lines of Business who wish to adopt
• Cloud Service Providers wanting to federate resources with other private or public providers
• Independent Software Vendors looking for multi cloud provisioning for their
• Managed Service Providers needing to develop more scalable approaches to service provisioning with the aim to create a
They all require a professional, customizable and supported platform to dynamically spread compute requirements across multiple providers. They also need instruments to control the behavior and performance of their various workloads deployed into the cloud.
Fortune500 companies are demanding a shift to a more dynamic approach to compute technology such as hybrid deployments, portability of workloads, automated provisioning on multiple virtualization platforms, and public clouds running a variety of technology stacks, CompatibleOne SAS delivers this. The CompatibleOne platform prevents vendor lock-in and offers means to ensure security and trust in infrastructure and operations. Last but not least CompatibleOne includes SLA & QoS monitoring and management and integrates support for audit and compliance.
While offering its continuous support to the
“We believe that the future of cloud computing will lead to computing as a utility service and that the CompatibleOne technology sets the stage to this future. CompatibleOne SAS is committed to deliver the standard technology for this new era,” explains Jean-Pierre LAISNE, founder and CEO. “Working closely with
CompatibleOne SAS debuts with a strong technology collaboration with Intel®. Together they collaborate to refine the technical and commercial side of the start-up offering. CompatibleOne brokerage service uses Intel® Trusted Execution Technology (Intel® TXT) to confirm the integrity of the server hardware, BIOS and hypervisor components on which cloud workloads are run. By establishing a root of trust from the hardware up, customers can ensure their data is processed in a trusted environment.
“Based on the feedback we get from customers, we identify a clear need for more transparency, security and interoperability in the cloud. Therefore the existence of an open source broker such as CompatibleOne compliant with open standards is strategic,” said
CompatibleOne gets also a large acceptance from providers such as CloudSigma. “As the cloud industry matures and vendors flood the market, there will be an increasing need for companies like CompatibleOne that can offer seamless management of multiple cloud environments,” said
The CompatibleOne Team will be present on the 26th and 27th of February at Cloud Expo 2014 in
CompatibleOne SAS is a professional open source company based in
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