Nelu Mihai, Ph.D., cofounder and VP of Engineering, commented “Composure.ai uses abstraction and AI-powered optimization to dramatically simplify the provisioning and operation of cloud apps."
Silicon Valley, CA (PRWEB) September 11, 2017
Composure.ai and Open Composure will be introduced to the container and open source communities today at ContainerCon in Los Angeles. It’s a momentous event for the team formerly known as MosaixSoft, plus the dawn of a smarter and more elegant era for cloud architects, developers and everyone else involved with creating and operating cloud applications.
Composure.ai is an AI-powered brain for cloud apps and services. It marries a next-generation Cloud Composer to an AI-powered Cloud Optimizer to form a Composable Cloud Optimizer that makes cloud operations run better and cheaper. Plus, its Cloud Graph delivers highly accessible visibility into cloud resources, services and apps. In short, apps comprised of containers and VMs alike are easily provisioned, enhanced and optimized by Composure.ai.
Those capabilities mean that time-to-market shrinks, agility grows, and infrastructure costs get optimized to a minimum.
Two important notes about Composure.ai’s past and future. It was created by a company heretofore called MosaixSoft. The new name of Composure.ai has both literal and figurative meaning, the former about composing cloud infrastructure services and then using AI to optimize them, and the latter about the feeling of poise and readiness that Composure instills in its users.
Nelu Mihai, Ph.D., cofounder and VP of Engineering, commented, “Composure.ai uses abstraction and AI-powered optimization to dramatically simplify the provisioning and operation of cloud apps. Unlike earlier approaches to this fundamental challenge of the cloud era, Composure.ai treats the cloud like a limitless computer. That unshackles apps from underlying infrastructure, simplifies and speeds up product cycles, and slashes operational costs.”
So that’s how the MosaixSoft past led to the Composure.ai present. Now to the future. Composure.ai is going to progress as an open source project known as Open Composure. While the team at Composure.ai will be primary committers to it, we will also be developing Brains that plug into it to instill elegance and smarts for popular cloud components like Cassandra, NGINX, Docker and many more.
Brett Galloway, cofounder and CEO commented, “We are thrilled to work with the community to extend how Open Composure develops. Our approach to open source is designed to provide the freedom of open source in a way that encourages innovation from both the community and from us.”
ContainerCon: Booth 612 will be the home for demos of Composure.ai, including its use as the Brain for Cassandra and the Brain for other popular cloud components. Even better, visitors will be able to compose an AI-optimized cloud and then run it in their own Composure.ai sandbox when they get home from the show.
Two other events to note:
- Mercedes-Benz Case Study: Wednesday at 11am, Joe Leaver of Mercedes-Benz R&D North America will deliver a case study “Enabling Innovation Through Cloud Composition”. He’ll describe how Mercedes-Benz is taking a Silicon Valley approach to market disruption, and how Cloud Composition is central to that.
- Apple Watch raffles: Apple Watches will be raffled off all day, every day at the Composure.ai booth 612. You must be present to win, so stop by early and often to get a raffle ticket. A countdown timer in the booth will notify everyone when the next raffle will be held.