Apply security fixes to your IT systems with zero interruption

It is called live patching that enable you to keep your IT system running while mitigating new threats. In other word, no more panic when the market discover new operating system vulnerability. New technology protect your operating system as it keeps running.

Less than a penny for 10GB per month!

Software-defined storage (SDS) is the process of separating the physical storage hardware (data plane) from the data storage management logic or “intelligence” (control plane). This storage solution requires no proprietary hardware components, enabling the use of off-the-shelf, low-cost commodity hardware.

Pain-Free Cloud Experience

65% of companies report that they have found the experience of trying to implement OpenStack cloud difficult. As the fastest and easiest OpenStack solution to deploy, maintain and manage, Pain-Free Cloud Experience takes the pain out of getting your private cloud up so you get real business benefits faster.

Effortless compliance

Regulatory compliance standards such as HIPAA and SOX require all IT systems to be protected, regardless of platform. Automate operating system tracking and auditing processes to ensure compliance with internal policies and external regulations. In parallel, automate your systems patch management.

Automates application deployment with containers

With containers and Docker, a technology that simplifies the application develop, build and deploy process, it takes just seconds. It provides customers with enterprise-focused features and easy-to-use tools that improve operational efficiency and allow you to more easily and fully use innovations in the Docker space.

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