Provides control over cloud deployments, from source control at the touch of button
Carrenza, a provider of cloud Infrastructure (IaaS) and Platform (PaaS), has launched new cloud offerings for the organisations who intend to move critical application and core business services to the cloud.
Carrenza is providing organisations with the technology assets, and know-how to manage change effectively based on Gartner’s predictions about the demand for cloud based services to grow by twenty per cent on last year.
The new application development platform gives organisations control over their entire cloud deployments, from source control and issue tracking to security management, at the touch of button.
Carrenza has also incorporated automated deployment environments and project templates that enable businesses to be agile in the development and delivery of cloud projects.
Carrenza is also introducing a user-controlled virtual Data Centre (vDC) portal. vDC that enables organisations to control the delivery of core services and infrastructures in the cloud for organisations that are looking to move data into the cloud, without outsourcing control.
By providing a virtual window into the data centre, Carrenza is providing its users to reach in and take control of a range of functions, from the number of virtual central positioning units (vCPU’s) being used, and disk allocation, to the network elements of the offering.
To enable enterprises to see business benefit from investing in the cloud, Carrenza has upgraded its existing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) offering to give users with access to an increase the level of support, including back up services, load testing and vulnerability scanning.
The company claims that it is also expanding the consultancy around its IaaS offering to incorporate security auditing, so that businesses to have access to technology, and also in-house expertise.
Carrenza sales and marketing director Nick Barron said Gartner predicts that the cloud services industry will become a £98 billion pound industry by 2014.
"With more and more businesses set to make the move into the cloud this year we’re more committed than ever to making the transition a successful and easy one for them," Barron said.