Cloudical‘s VanillaCloud, a public cloud offering with a special focus on openness, transparency, and the use of non-proprietary technologies. It allows customers to deploy Kubernetes clusters on both virtual and physical hardware, deploy other open-source frameworks. The platform is designed as a virtual cloud, allowing users to choose local and high-performance providers, instead of relying on global corporations.
Launch on December 1st
Cloudical also announced that VanillaCloud is available immediately and on December 1st, a soft launch phase will start to introduce the platform and its processes. The company also stated that during the launch phase, productive workloads are permitted and welcomed. Customers will have a modern, high-performance, open-source-based cloud stack rolled out, as a Managed Kubernetes offering, whichever service model and data center they choose. Kim-Norman Sahm, CTO, Cloudical, said,
“VanillaCloud is designed to be the cloud what VanillaStack is to the datacenter: a disruptive, simple, and highly customizable cloud stack that is perfect for developing, deploying, and operating modern container or VM-based solutions. Our customers can choose from well-known data centers that meet their own standards and requirements.”
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