TORONTO, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Enomaly, a pioneer in cloud computing, today announced Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP). ECP is the next generation open source, programmable, cloud computing infrastructure for businesses looking to design, deploy and manage virtual applications in the cloud. The new release makes IT managers more productive by significantly reducing administrative and systems' workload while dramatically increasing computing power. ECP is the result of years of R&D. With its official product launch, Enomaly is shifting its business from a services organization to a software products and support company.
TORONTO, Oct. 7 /PRNewswire/ — Enomaly, a pioneer in cloud computing, today announced Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP). ECP is the next generation open source, programmable, cloud computing infrastructure for businesses looking to design, deploy and manage virtual applications in the cloud. The new release makes IT managers more productive by significantly reducing administrative and systems' workload while dramatically increasing computing power. ECP is the result of years of R&D. With its official product launch, Enomaly is shifting its business from a services organization to a software products and support company.
Enomaly's ECP is designed to work alongside a company's existing virtual data center providing time and money savings. An intuitive, browser-based dashboard makes it easy for IT personnel to efficiently plan deployments, automate VM scaling and load-balancing; and, analyze, configure and optimize cloud capacity.
"Enomaly aspires to be the Apache of cloud computing, providing virtual private clouds (VPCs) to enterprises by integrating enterprise IT and commercial cloud infrastructure," said William Fellows, principal analyst with The 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation, in his report. Fellows continued, "There's a huge land grab for regional clouds under way (public and private models). Every conversation we have with users or vendors turns to clouds. It's happening." This comment appeared in an independent report, titled "Enomaly will flip its business model to pursue cloud ambitions" which was published on Sept. 19, 2008 (see Editor's Note below)
"Enomaly's ECP is based on years of research and development working alongside global organizations to understand their IT pain points and business demands," said founder and CTO, Reuven Cohen. "With this release we are providing the market with a product and direct support that will dramatically reduce costs, improve productivity, and fundamentally change the way companies manage IT."
With ECP, enterprises are able to make eight areas of improvement:
(1) Combine many servers into a single, seamless, sharable cloud;
(2) Make data center resources rapidly available to any application without incurring provisioning costs and without disruption;
(3) Ensure instant recovery and live maintenance;
(4) Ensure efficient correlation of Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and virtual applications under one management platform;
(5) Automatically scale to address sudden and extreme spikes in demand using local and remote clouds ("Cloud Bursting");
(6) Partition a public computing utility such as Amazon EC2 into a quarantined virtual infrastructure ("Virtual Private Cloud");
(7) Build any size virtual application and provision any server in seconds, without downtime;
(8) Interface to existing billing, accounting and user management systems with an open API.
Availability, Pricing and Support
The Enomaly ECP is available for immediate download at http://www.enomaly.com/Downloads.396.0.html
Proprietary enterprise licenses of the software are available. For more information please visit www.enomaly.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enomaly also offers professional services which include both strategic and tactical consulting projects; data center optimization and integration services; overflow, disaster and failover services projects; decentralized application repository and emerging technology consulting services and integration. For more information please visit www.enomaly.com or email email@example.com.
With the release of the Enomaly ECP, the company is offering paid Web- based and phone support packages. The three plans are: Silver — Web-based support for up to 25 incidents per year; Gold — Phone and Web-based support for up to 50 incidents per year; and Platinum — Phone and Web-based support for up to 100 incidents per year plus assistance and advice with cluster architecture and virtual machine and application design.
Founded in 2004, Enomaly is a pioneer in the Open Source cloud computing market. The company's products and services help businesses take advantage of the cloud to maximize computing power, increase productivity, improve operational efficiency and reduce risk. Its flagship product, the Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) allows companies to create an intuitive environment for hosting and managing applications within and outside an organization. Customers include: Intel, France Telecom and others. For more information, or to download the ECP, visit www.enomaly.com.
Editor's Note: The 451 Group's report, "Enomaly will flip its business model to pursue cloud ambitions" referenced above, is an independently- produced report that was neither sponsored by nor otherwise funded directly by InfoVista. The report and its entire contents are the sole property of The 451 Group, copyright 2008, and are reproduced here by permission. The entire contents of this report are available at www.the451group.com.