Enterprise-ready OpenStack Private Cloud
The enterprise OpenStack distribution built for today's data center
With SUSE OpenStack Cloud, SUSE has taken the lead in making a standardized OpenStack distribution deployable in today's enterprise data centers. SUSE OpenStack Cloud makes it easy to implement a highly available, mixed hypervisor private cloud infrastructure.
The SUSE OpenStack Cloud Administration Server provides an integrated and repeatable installation framework for rapidly deploying and easily managing an OpenStack-based cloud infrastructure. OpenStack can be challenging to set-up, SUSE OpenStack Cloud removes this barrier by delivering a structured installation process that maintains the enterprise's flexibility to address their unique requirements. Working through an easy to use graphical interface, cloud administrators can efficiently deploy their private cloud and quickly add compute and storage capacity as demand increases. SUSE OpenStack Cloud's seamless set-up enables enterprises to realize the value of their investment in hours not weeks.
As part of the installation framework, SUSE OpenStack Cloud automates high availability configuration and deployment of critical cloud services. The primary driver for many organizations choosing to deploy a private cloud is to enable on-demand access for the line of business to the resources it needs to respond to market opportunities. But, business agility requires availability. The high availability capabilities of SUSE OpenStack Cloud reduces unplanned downtime of the cloud's services ensuring that the line of business can continue to access the resources they need when they need them. It does this by using high availability clustering to automate the recovery of the SUSE OpenStack Cloud Control Node and deliver uptime of the OpenStack services that deliver the capabilities of the cloud. Using SUSE OpenStack Cloud, cloud administrators can deliver the SLAs necessary for a production-ready rollout of cloud services.
Additionally, SUSE OpenStack Cloud enables enterprises to maintain their current investments while evolving their infrastructure to meet future needs. Enterprises have increasingly deployed multiple hypervisors in their data centers to optimize workload performance, while lowering licensing costs. SUSE OpenStack Cloud provides support for mixed hypervisor cloud environments, so enterprises can maintain the flexibility of a multi-hypervisor environment and maximize previous investments in technology and skills. SUSE OpenStack Cloud supports KVM and Xen and is the only OpenStack distribution to add full support for both Microsoft Hyper-V and VMware vSphere.
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