Next Generation Cloud Solutions
Cloud computing already has so many advantages – Scalability, Agility, Availability, Cost-Effectiveness. Here at CoreSpace, we employ the latest proven cloud technologies such as OpenStack, Kubernetes and VMWare and take them to the next level.
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Whether you are looking for the cost-effectiveness of a public cloud or the safety and security of a private cloud, CoreSpace can provide you with a completely managed cloud solution using OpenStack, Kubernetes or VMWare.
Tell us your story and we will build a custom cloud solution designed specifically for your needs. Access any cloud while maintaining the highest level of performance, consistency and security in your infrastructure, user and developer experience.
We use the following technologies to take cloud performance and cost-effective to the cutting-edge of modern cloud computing…
Pioneered by NASA in 2009, OpenStack has become the most adaptable, cost-effective performance cloud technology currently available.
Invented and supported by Google, Kubernetes introduces containerization to cloud computing, which improves cloud’s core benefit – efficiency.
Through hyperconversion, CEPH converts multiple memory types into a single format for simpler, and more cost-effective storage.
VMWare is a quality, robust and mature cloud platform that is very versatile and also very popular in today’s market.
A public cloud is a pool of computing resources shared between multiple clients. Generally, clients pay only for the amount of computing resources they use, and those resources are virtually unlimited at any given time when they are highly needed.
A public cloud is a great option for clients looking to maximally reduce expenses and gain cloud agility and availability.
Data privacy regulations prevent some data and applications from being stored on a public cloud architecture. If additional data privacy is needed, then private, hybrid and multi-cloud architectures are required.
A private cloud is a pool of computing resources dedicated to the client. Because no resources are shared, private clouds add additional security to cloud computing.
Clients pay a monthly fee, regardless of utilization, but have access to a private, secure environment that also has the power to scale and protect their most demanding applications.
A private cloud is a great option for clients looking for the agility of cloud computing but who are also beholden to data protection rules that govern their business and data.
You may not need a private cloud. Yet.
A public cloud and a private cloud put together, or a public cloud together with a private dedicated server are two examples of a hybrid cloud arrangement. Hybrid architectures take advantage of the cost-effectiveness of a public cloud where they can, while providing security or dedicated resources where it is most needed.
Clients pay a monthly fee for dedicated resources, and pay only for the utilized portion of the public cloud component.
A hybrid cloud arrangement can be a powerful option because it captures the unlimited scalability of the public cloud with the security and protection of a private cloud, even if that private portion is a single dedicated server.
Multi-cloud architectures are comprised of clouds from multiple vendors and can involve the orchestration (or non-orchestration) of any combination of public and private clouds.
Managing multiple vendors is more complex but mitigates vendor-lock in.
One of the great advantages of OpenStack and VMWare is they are cloud “orchestrators” that can manage and leverage multi-cloud architectures at a whole new level of control and efficiency.