Is your OpenStack feeling like Jenga?

Deploying OpenStack without life-cycle operational capabilities is like having an engine without the car. ZeroStack’s co-engineering of core OpenStack services with enterprise operational features like automated upgrades, backups, web-based operations, monitoring, alerting, and billing ensure that you get the benefits of OpenStack while meeting the needs of your end-user workloads.

Red Hat, Canonical, Mirantis and other popular OpenStack implementations do not provide a turnkey easy-to-use platform.

Competitive Overview

Automated upgrades

ZeroStack offers remote automated rolling upgrades of your ZeroStack private cloud managed entirely from the web-managed portal. While the software is being upgraded, ZeroStack and OpenStack services continue to run without any interruption.

MINIMIZE OPENSTACK ADOPTION RISKS

Integrated backups

ZeroStack’s built-in backup provides a production-ready VM backup facility that is easily configured by an administrator, ZeroStack backup works with any external Network File System (NFS) storage appliance. Save backups independently and separate from cloud local and image storage, allowing you to comply with standard enterprise data recovery SLAs and retention requirements.

BACKUP DATASHEET

Web-managed operations

ZeroStack provides a web-based remote operational capability which allows administrators to manage their openstack from any place from any device using their favorite web browser. Using this portal, operators can perform a myriad of operational tasks like monitoring, analytics, upgrades, patching, capacity planning, and resource management. ZeroStack delivers innovative new operational and management features every 4 weeks which are instantly available to administrators without any time consuming on-premise upgrades.

Because of this unique architecture supported by intelligent software, there are no professional services needed to build the cloud. There is no need of experts to manage the cloud. All of the management tasks are handled by web-managed operations — as a result the system OpEx is reduced by 90% and TCO by 50% compared to competitive offerings.

End-users also use the same web-based portal to deploy their applications, run their workloads, monitor utilization & performance of their apps and infrastructure resources, and scale on demand with a complete self-service UI or via the OpenStack API services.