Organizations that have adopted cloud sometimes implement multiple cloud providers into their overall strategies.
When administrators begin to build out these cloud solutions, they often start out super simple. Give it some time and these cloud deployments mature, often involving several different resource handlers, connectors, integrators, etc.
How exactly can organizations manage all of these different moving parts within their cloud? More importantly, cloud integrations could take on a life of their own. Enter CloudBolt.
With CloudBolt, IT decision makers are able to simplify each of their cloud integrations while getting an all-inclusive look at their entire cloud ecosystem.
Jon Mittelhauser, the CEO of CloudBolt mentions, “We’re seeing exploding demand for CloudBolt as the increasing complexity of enterprise virtualization and cloud computing becomes a massive headache for enterprise IT.”
Mittlehauser adds, “Enterprises are seeking the capabilities that CloudBolt offers. It’s specifically designed for the brownfield environments of large enterprises. In bridging legacy, current and future technologies, CloudBolt brings to the IT administrator greater agility in managing their multi-cloud environments, and in meeting end-user expectations of instant deployment.”
CloudBolt has been around since 2012. Since the company’s founding, CloudBolt has seen an explosion in growth. The latest CloudBolt press release says that the company has seen 1,000% growth in annual revenue, while experiencing 300% growth in deployments to its customers. Research firm Gartner even noted that CloudBolt was a “Cool Vendor in Cloud Management” back in 2014.
CloudBolt works with the most popular cloud infrastructures available. This includes:
- VMWare vCloud Air
- Microsoft Azure
- Google Compute Engine
CloudBolt also integrates with:
- HP Server Automation
CloudBolt even provides advanced administration capabilities such as being able take VM snapshots through the CloudBolt portal. Administrators can setup trigger points to spin up or spin down servers, while also giving administrators the ability to reboot servers within any of their public cloud infrastructures with just the click of a button.