Starting today, Atomia customers can choose to have their OpenStack clouds fully built and managed by Canonical (via their BootStack service).
The Atomia cloud hosting platform has embraced OpenStack to enable our customers, usually hosting companies and telcos, to provide state-of-the-art cloud services. The OpenStack project is open source at its best; a well-supported, powerful, modular software platform for creating both private and public clouds. It has become a de facto industry standard.
Atomia customers normally manage their own OpenStack environment and servers. However, not everyone will have in-house OpenStack expertise, or wish to allocate the staff needed for ongoing maintenance. That is why we are very pleased to announce this partnership with Canonical. It significantly lowers the barrier of entry.
Next week it’s time for the OpenStack Summit in Paris. Several of us from Atomia will be attending, so don’t hesitate to track us down and have a chat. We’ll be there Monday–Wednesday, i.e. November 3–5, enjoying the company of our industry peers.
Today we are proud to announce the availability of a new release of our cloud hosting platform on our supported stable branch. Atomia 14.9 contains a large number of performance-related improvements, and adds native OpenStack support and enhanced VPS management features.
Today we are proud to announce the availability of a new release of our cloud hosting platform on our supported stable branch.
The release is named 14.6 and builds upon the release made in January with an ongoing focus on quality and improving the existing functionality.