Improve OpenShift Time to Value with ZeroStack and Red Hat

Many organizations with servers, storage, and networking from different vendors face challenges when implementing cloud services. Automating, configuring, and upgrading these components can be complex. The ZeroStack Intelligent Cloud Platform (ZeroStack) addresses these challenges by providing a centralized web-based portal to manage and deploy diverse infrastructures across multiple sites that use Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform clusters.

ZeroStack converts a cluster of servers into a web-managed private cloud that provides self-service consumption, monitoring, and an integrated learning engine for performance and efficiency insights. This solution enables multi-tenant, multi-cloud, and containerized environments with a scalable architecture. It consists of virtualization, software-defined storage pools, software-defined networking with micro-segmentation, built-in monitoring, and external storage integration.

“With ZeroStack, we have a self-service DevOps environment
that is cost-effective and just works.”

JEROME BROCK, SR, DEVOPS ENGINEER, ZIMPERIUM

ZeroStack DevOps Hub

Automated resource allocation,
capacity planning and patching / upgrades

ABOUT ZEROSTACK

ZeroStack delivers a public cloud experience with private cloud control through software that automates cloud infrastructure, applications, and operations. Enterprises and Managed Service Providers (MSPs) simplify operations, reduce costs, and accelerate IT while maintaining IT control. ZeroStack enables multitenant, multicloud, and containerized environments with a future-ready architecture.

Founded by senior engineers from VMware, the company is funded by Formation 8 and Foundation Capital and is based in Mountain View, California.

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