Cloud Application Manager can help you manage application delivery on a number of different clouds. Today, let’s focus on CloudStack, the stack with the $$ behind it.
CloudStack vs. OpenStack
OpenStack gets a lot of air cover compared to CloudStack. The main reason is the strategy behind CloudStack. CloudStack’s parent company, Citrix, has executed a clear roadmap under the umbrella of the Apache Foundation. As a result, in comparison to OpenStack, its community is much smaller and the vision more targeted.
The results are more focused and, to some extent, more practical to implement. We have seen many successful implementations of CloudStack that leverage Cloud Application Manager to fully cover all aspects of a modern IT Organization.
Why Use Cloud Application Manager to Manage a CloudStack Deployment
Avail your developers of a ready-to-use and fully-configured application service catalog.
Streamline the application delivery process by bringing real-time DevOps collaboration to your organization
Pave the way for a future where your applications not only work with CloudStack, but with any cloud provider you choose.
To get started, register your CloudStack in Cloud Application Manager. You can do this with either the SaaS version or by installing the Cloud Application Manager Virtual Appliance in your own environment.
Once registered, CloudStack will show up as an option in the deployment profile for your application.
Get started today by signing up for Cloud Application Manager.
Want to Learn More About Cloud Application Manager and ElasticKube?
Cloud Application Manager is a powerful, scalable platform for deploying applications into production across any cloud infrastructure – private, public or hosted. It provides interactive visualization to automate application provisioning, including configuration, deployment, scaling, updating and migration of applications in real-time. Offering two approaches to cloud orchestration — Cloud Application Manager and ElasticKube — enterprise IT and developers alike can benefit from multi-cloud flexibility.
Visit the Cloud Application Manager product page to learn more.