Jelastic, Inc., the first company to deliver Platform-as-Infrastructure, today announced that MyCloud.by has launched the first Platform-as-a-Service offering in
The MyCloud.by service was founded by two leading Belarusian companies: Datahata, a private datacenter and IPTelCom, a leading Belarusian ISP and provides the ability for Belarusian businesses to transfer their existing infrastructure to the cloud in just a few clicks. MyCloud.by chose Jelastic to provide their customers with a high-performance platform without significant up-front investment, automatic scaling and load balancing and pay-per-use costs.
"Our main business was in traditional colocation services. Jelastic is exactly the solution that we're looking for to start our cloud business, and by demonstrating our leadership in this space we are expecting excellent growth in the Belarusian market." said Evgeniy Kozhuhovskiy, founder of MyCloud.by and Datahata.by.
Jelastic enables software architects and developers to deploy new or legacy applications to the cloud without any code changes, providing them with a scalable, highly available and secure environment in seconds. Developers can rapidly set up application and database environments and ensure application resource availability with Jelastic's automatic vertical and horizontal scaling features. Truly elastic scaling and an innovative pricing model means that enterprises pay only for resources used, increasing efficiency and driving down costs.
"We are excited about our new partnership with MyCloud.by", said
Jelastic's Platform-as-Infrastructure software provides hosting service providers with a rapid path to new and recurring revenue by offering a turnkey cloud solution that delivers PaaS and IaaS in one. Service providers install Jelastic on bare metal servers and can quickly add new customers looking to deploy and manage applications in the cloud. Jelastic provides very flexible business terms to hosting service providers via a simple revenue-share business model.
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