Is your OpenStack feeling like Jenga?
Automated updates & SaaS-based operations ensure you get the benefits of OpenStack without the operational overhead. Red Hat, Canonical and other popular OpenStack implementations do not leverage this advancement.
Get automated rolling upgrades
ZeroStack supports automated rolling upgrades of your ZeroStack private cloud cluster that can include newer versions of OpenStack components. A rolling upgrade allows the ZeroStack Cloud to be upgraded to the new version in an automated fashion without any user intervention. The upgrade is handled entirely from the SaaS portal. While the software is being upgraded, ZeroStack and OpenStack services continue to run without any interruption.
- Upgrades every 3 to 6 months
- Driven from SaaS portal
- Runs automatically using a state-machine in the cloud
- No manual dependency checks, rollbacks needed
- Designed using a two partition architecture for zero touch and risk-free rollback
Get Day-2 Operations via SaaS portal (Z-Brain)
ZeroStack provides a SaaS-based operational layer (Z-Brain) that takes care of monitoring, analytics, upgrades, patching, capacity planning, and resource management. This SaaS based delivery model for orchestration also means that ZeroStack can rapidly innovate and provide new operational and management features every 2-4 weeks. Because of this unique architecture supported by intelligent software, there are no professional services needed to build, and no need of experts to manage the cloud. All of the management tasks are handled remotely by ZeroStack — as a result, system OpEx is reduced by 90% and TCO by 50% compared to competitive offerings. Watch the video to see how to deploy Kubernetes leveraging both Z-Brian and Z-AppStore.
Get a handle on what your cloud is doing
All components of the cloud, servers, storage, network, and OpenStack services generate extensive amounts of data, logs, and error information. A large deployment with hundred nodes can generate a massive amount of such information. How can you get a handle on what your cloud is doing? How do you know if you are using your resources efficiently? What about security vulnerabilities? How can you get a handle on this without analysis and alerting capabilities? ZeroStack streams this telemetry data to the Z-Brain and runs machine learning, big data Hadoop analytics batch jobs, and real-time Spark jobs to provide visibility and insight into what your cloud is doing. Moreover, it provides recommendations on managing your resources efficiently, and generates alerts on critical events.