Cloudscaling Announces Elastic Cloud Partner Program to Offer Channel-Ready Solution for Customers Implementing OpenStack-Powered Cloud Infrastructure

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The Elastic Cloud Partner Program provides Cloudscaling's ecosystem of IHVs, ISVs, System Integrators, VARs and consultants with the tools and resources to bring Open Cloud System to their enterprise customers.

Cloudscaling, the elastic cloud company, has launched the Elastic Cloud Partner Program to provide its ecosystem of IHVs, ISVs, System Integrators, VARs and consultants with the tools and resources to bring Open Cloud System to their enterprise customers.

The mission of the Elastic Cloud Partner Program is to help Cloudscaling partners become trusted advisors to their clients in the delivery of the most advanced elastic cloud infrastructure solutions built on Open Cloud System. Current partners include ActiveState, Arista Networks, Avnet, CloudTP, CumuLogic, Enstratius, Juniper Networks, Redapt, Quanta QCT and Seagate.

“We created the Elastic Cloud Partner Program in response to enterprises telling us that they need a complete OpenStack solution including a robust set of third-party products to address enterprise requirements,” said Andy Green, vice president, business and channel development of Cloudscaling. “With new features in version 2.5, Open Cloud System is the most mature, channel-ready OpenStack offering available. The Elastic Cloud Partner Program lets Cloudscaling customers choose the certified hardware, software and delivery partners to address their specific requirements.”

Cloudscaling was among the first commercial entities to publicly support OpenStack and a growing list of customers in production deployments. It was the first company to deploy a Nova compute public cloud and the first to deploy a Swift storage public cloud outside of Rackspace. The company is a founding member of the OpenStack Foundation and a charter Gold Corporate Sponsor. Co-founder and CTO Randy Bias has served on the Foundation board since its inception, and Cloudscaling is a top code contributor to the project.

Participants in the program receive technical and engineering support from Cloudscaling experts, access to products for testing in the company’s dedicated test environments, integration support for platform services, and coordination with other partners to create new features and capabilities. Partners also have access to the Cloudscaling team for product support, sales support and deployment best practices.

Companies interested in participating in the Elastic Cloud Partner Program should contact Andy Green via the Cloudscaling website.

About Cloudscaling
Cloudscaling is the leader in elastic cloud infrastructure. The company’s core product, Open Cloud System (OCS), is the world’s most advanced OpenStack cloud infrastructure system. OCS is designed to meet the requirements of next-generation dynamic applications, delivering the agility, performance, and economic benefits of leading cloud providers, but deployable in the customer’s data center and under the IT team’s control. Cloudscaling is backed by Trinity Ventures and headquartered in San Francisco. For more information, please visit

Supporting Quotes
ActiveState — “We use Open Cloud System to demonstrate Stackato Private PaaS on OpenStack. It’s a great way for our customers to see firsthand how the two products work to solve problems of scale and simplification of the development and production environments.”
    — Bart Copeland, CEO

Arista Networks — “Arista Networks and Cloudscaling have similar visions of what cloud infrastructure should look like: agile and massively scalable with transformational economics. As partners, we've launched production deployments of Open Cloud System together for more than a year, and the third major release of OCS brings new networking capabilities to the product that will benefit both our customers.”
— Ed Chapman, vice president, business development

CloudTP — "The partnership with Cloudscaling is a meeting of the minds. The Cloudscaling Open Cloud System delivers on how we think OpenStack technology clouds should be deployed for production environments.”
— Chris Greendale, founder and CEO

CumuLogic — “The opportunity for CumuLogic to work with Cloudscaling provides a very compelling solution for enterprise customers that are seeking high value OpenStack-based private clouds. Customers that are deploying the CumuLogic solution in support of their ITaaS vision are now able to benefit from the reality of ‘Everything-as-a-Service’ with the underlying reliability and scalability that Cloudscaling brings at the IaaS layer.”
— Mike Soby, CEO

Enstratius — "We are excited to be a part of Cloudscaling's vision of bridging the gap between public and private clouds by extending the value of AWS cloud services into the enterprise through their Open Cloud System, powered by OpenStack. Enstratius provides a consistent interface for Cloudscaling users who have need for higher levels of governance, security, automation and hybrid cloud management."
    — James Urquhart, vice president of product strategy

Juniper Networks — "We looked across OpenStack-based cloud offerings and Cloudscaling's OCS was among the most mature and advanced cloud systems. The Juniper and Cloudscaling teams have hit the ground running, and we are already working with early access customers who will benefit from the fruits of this partnership."
    — Ankur Singla, vice president of SDN and cloud strategy

Quanta QCT — “Cloudscaling is leading the way in cloud systems that deliver the benefits of public cloud systems, but as a private cloud within the customer datacenter.”
— Mike Yang, general manager and vice president

Seagate — “We’re actively engaged in joint channel activities with Cloudscaling as part of our Cloud Builder Alliance. We share a similar vision of cloud computing that is scalable, agile, open and an economic game changer.”
    — Bob Griswold, senior vice president, product line management

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