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Since 2005, CloudOps has helped hundreds of enterprises and web-based companies build businesses in the cloud. Its CloudMC IaaS portal enables users like cloud.ca to generate revenue fast, then extend easily in alignment with business growth strategies. Behind it all is scale-out, all-flash storage from NetApp SolidFire.
As telecommunications companies and regional service providers launch or consider implementing their own cloud services, open source is a cost-effective infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) choice. However, it is difficult to productize and to deliver open source IaaS to end users with the customized performance they expect, as well as support for a variety of cloud models. CloudOps, based in Montreal, Canada, provides multicloud solutions for software companies, enterprises, and telecommunications providers.
Automation, and the economies that come from duplication and data compression, provide efficiency. NetApp SolidFire also gives us the ability to scale out, making it easy to add capacity without complexity.
Marc ParéChief Commercial Officer, CloudOps
To solve its customers' challenge of monetizing IaaS, CloudOps offers both consulting and infrastructure solutions, ushering projects all the way from strategic planning through implementation and operations. To support this approach, CloudOps created CloudMC, an IaaS portal for service providers.
For a storage solution to drive CloudMC scalability, Quality of Service (QoS), and guaranteed performance, CloudOps chose all-flash storage from NetApp SolidFire.
“The fact that NetApp SolidFire is built for application programming interfaces (APIs), that it serves software orchestrating it as opposed to humans clicking on an interface, is fundamental,” says Marc Paré, chief commercial officer at CloudOps. “Automation, and the economies that come from deduplication and data compression, provide efficiency. NetApp SolidFire also gives us the ability to scale out, making it easy to add capacity without complexity.”