FishOS + Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 = Efficient OpenStack Cloud
Barcelona, Spain and Tallinn, Estonia, 25 October 2016 -- Sardina Systems has announced FishOS support for Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9, marking a major step forward for OpenStack data center operators towards improving data center efficiency.
Sardina Systems and Red Hat have partnered to give enterprise cloud operators a flexible, scalable, sophisticated system to manage, automate and optimize entire data centers with Sardina FishOS building on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9.
FishOS uniquely optimizes server resource utilization, delivering benefits including lower CapEx and OpEx, lower energy consumption, more reliable data center operations, reducing downtime.
Combining with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9, Sardina FishOS transforms OpenStack into one of the most efficient cloud platforms available on the market, standing up to the demands of a production-scale environment, offering performance, scalability, and security features that meets world-class standards, and helping private and public cloud operators the competitive advantage needed to meet customer demands.
“Running FishOS with Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9 provides enterprise customers with a suite of scalable operations management tools to help achieve greater infrastructure efficiency and reduce costs within their infrastructure, improve ROI, address critical data center operations requirements, and meet customer service reliability needs,” said Mike Werner, Senior Director, Global Technology Systems, Red Hat.
Building on Red Hat OpenStack technology, customers can enjoy built-in security features, avoid vendor dependency, benefit from automatic updating to the latest release, and receive long-term support.
“FishOS offer cloud operators an efficiency-driven, massively scalable cloud management platform, now running on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9. The award-winning FishOS cuts data center operators’ energy OpEx by at least a half, reduces hardware and facilities’ CapEx and maximizes returns on cloud infrastructure investments,” said Anna Panchenko, VP of Marketing, Sardina Systems.
Customers can also draw on the expertise of Sardina Professional Services to rapidly commission a cloud environment based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform 9, and to provide a managed cloud environment.
About Sardina Systems:
Sardina Systems (www.sardinasystems.com) provides smart, efficient, super-scalable cloud automation technology, enabling organizations to rapidly experience the value of OpenStack cloud and maximizing the utility of their resources. Sardina Systems help customers to manage OpenStack environments easily, flexibly and efficiently, halving carbon footprint along the way.
Red Hat and Red Hat OpenStack Platform are trademarks or registered trademarks of Red Hat, Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. The OpenStack Word Mark is either a registered trademark/service mark or trademark/service mark of the OpenStack Foundation, in the United States and other countries and is used with the OpenStack Foundation's permission. We are not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the OpenStack Foundation, or the OpenStack community.
Sardina Systems is headquartered in Estonia, with local presence in the UK, Germany, Romania and Russia.
Press contacts: Katerina Gumenko
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