Cloud Stack Service
manage your cloud infrastructure
Cloud Stack Service
Our Cloudstack service is able to deliver to you, all the functionalities necessary to manage your cloud infrastructure in a simple, yet comprehensive way.
This solution assembles all the processes in your organization, the technologies often used and the tools needed to operate in one place. If you are thinking of improving your cloud management methods, you should consider using the Internet Mechanic’s cloud stack.
It delivers a powerful, proven, hypervisor-agnostic platform that assists your business regardless of its size to build a true Amazon-style cloud.
This also helps to deliver higher efficiency, unlimited scales, and faster deployment of new services to your customers.
Experts at Using The Right Tools For Your Cloud Infrastructure
We Are Professional Cloudstack Consultants
The cloud is actually complex but we make it simple. Internet Mechanic is one of the largest independent integrators of Cloudstack technologies around the globe, and a specialist in the design and implementation of IaaS cloud infrastructures for both private and public cloud implementations.
We possess years of experience in designing and building complex network, storage, and compute infrastructures with worldwide leading skills in Cloudstack- and understand that as your business grows, you will have a need for professional tools and systems that allows you to manage your infrastructure efficiently.
A cloud management platform is just what a mature business with specific IT demands needs.
Internet Mechanic’s Cloudstack Key Features
One Cloud, Multiple Hypervisors
Massively Scalable Infrastructure Management
Easy-To-Use Web Interface
Our Cloudstack makes it simpler to manage your cloud infrastructure with a feature-rich user interface implemented on top of the Cloudstack API. It is compatible with most popular web browsers. The solution can be easily integrated with your existing portal for seamless running. A real-time view of the aggregated storage, IP pools, CPU, memory, and other resources in use gives you better visibility and control over your cloud.
Robust Restful API
Our Cloudstack implements industry-standard APIs on top of a low-level Cloudstack API with its own unique and innovative features. Although the Cloudstack API is well documented, maintained, and supported, Cloudstack does not assert it as your only option!
We also have support for the API and may implement other cloud API standards as they become available.
Benefits Of Choosing Internet Mechanic’s Cloud Stack Services
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Effective Cloud Stack Management Service
CloudStack has been designed for centralized management and massive scalability; enabling the effective management of numerous geographically distributed servers from a single portal.
- Fully licensed software service (Windows, Office, Remote App, Security & Backup).
- Very simple per-user licensing model.
Access tally anytime on the cloud using Windows, Linux, or Mac.
- Guaranteed data protection against viruses, malware, and ransomware.
- Automatic tally data backup with Acronis or commvault.
- Fully functional printing and export on local computer.
- Remote access through remote app or browser.
- Tally cloud hosting on enterprise (Tier IV) data center.
- No need to maintain server(s) at your office.
- Dedicated business manager to assist you in acquiring and migrating customers.
- Guaranteed NDA & SLA (Up to 99.999% Uptime).
Cloud Stacks FAQs
Cloudstack is a complete software used for creating Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds. Target environments include service providers and enterprises.
While The Cloudstack platform enables service providers to set up an on-demand, elastic cloud computing service. It enables a utility computing service by allowing service providers to offer self-service virtual machine instances, storage volumes, and networking configurations over the Internet; It enables enterprises to set up a private cloud for use by their own employees.