Freedom to Use the Cloud You Prefer
- Let users love what they love—keep vendor lock-in from becoming a hindrance
- Skip falling victim to lengthy ramp-ups. No need to learn new, vendor-specific user interfaces
- Leave behind the multi-step, manual processes of creating complex services. One blueprint, any environment
WE GET WHERE YOU’RE COMING FROM
You’re a modern IT shop, so you’re probably playing with more than one cloud. Sure, it’s nice having access to a number of vendor-specific features, but keeping track of and requiring training for multiple user interfaces is a pain for IT, as well as developers and engineers.
Surprise! It’s possible to use one interface that communicates easily with disparate technologies on the back end, and you can have the freedom to swap diverse technologies in and out without having any effect on the end user. Use the clouds you like and forget having to retrain users on a new system. CloudBolt is your multi-cloud managing layer of abstraction—it enables undetectable changeover of technologies without missing a beat.
How CloudBolt Makes It Happen
CloudBolt works as a user-friendly system on top of all active technologies. Users talk to CloudBolt, which translates requests into various languages and protocols used by each cloud provider. IT can monitor provisioning while developers and engineers get access to resources without getting slowed down by underlying infrastructure changes.
CloudBolt features a pluggable architecture that allows you to add support for new technologies fast. It also eliminates the need to engage in the multi-step, manual processes that come with provisioning new services by creating a single blueprint that works for any environment. CloudBolt supports any resource handler you use, and comes with broad technical support.
Every public cloud has its own user interface and its own language. CloudBolt exposes these clouds using common terminology and workflows that work seamlessly together with minimal user training.
Native virtualization management tools are great for administrators, but rarely designed for end-users. CloudBolt delivers the features end-users need to consume resources the same way they’d do so from a public cloud provider.
Consolidate public and private cloud environments under one user portal where users can consume, manage, and track IT resources regardless of where and how they’re hosted.