I’ve been watching the incredible team of mission-focused technologists as form Cumulogic since my friend Bill Vass alerted me to their virtuous computing approaches in early 2011. Since then they have provided many updates on their website of their approach, partners, intent and technology. And technical marketing champion Laura Ventura of Cumulogic has supported my voracious need for more info with a steady stream of reading material (and that is much appreciated Laura).
Over the last two years they have introduced Java Platform-as-a-Service for private clouds, built strong relationships with firms like Citrix, established training activities, fielded a Java cloud applications platform, built a relationship with HP for delivery of Java Platform-as-a-Service, and continued to enhance their platform with features developers need for successful delivery of capability.
Now even more can be revealed publicly about their approach and the many partners they have lined up. They are now available on Nebula and Cloudscaling Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) clouds.
Here is more from their press release:
CumuLogic Doubles Down on OpenStack
Industry’s first modular Cloud Services Platform is now available on Nebula and
Cloudscaling-powered clouds enabling enterprises and Cloud Service Providers to
deliver cloud services to end users.
Santa Clara, Calif. – April 17, 2013, CumuLogic, the premier software provider
of Cloud Services Platform, today announced that its Cloud Services software suite
is now available on Nebula and Cloudscaling Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)
clouds. The move will increase underlying infrastructure choices for developers and
organizations using the CumuLogic platform, bringing AWS-style Cloud Services to
OpenStack users. Backed by more than 8,800 members representing 850 unique
organizations across 114 countries, OpenStack is an open source cloud operating
system for public and private clouds.
“We are very excited to deliver CumuLogic’s Cloud Services Platform on Nebula
One,” said Chris C. Kemp, co-founder and CEO, Nebula. “Enterprise users now have
an integrated, turnkey IaaS and cloud services environment to simplify cloud
application development, deployment, and management.”
“CumuLogic’s platform is an ideal solution for developers running on Open Cloud
System that want a flexible and composable cloud services experience. CumuLogic
Database-as-a-Service, PaaS and Elastic Cache for large-scale web applications fit
well with a significant segment of our customer base” said Randy Bias, co-founder
and CTO of Cloudscaling. “The integration of metering and billing systems is
another layer of simplicity and convenience for our customers who require a range
of capabilities in one product.”
The move further extends CumuLogic’s commitment to OpenStack and follows last
month’s introduction of CumuLogic Cloud Services on HP Cloud,
http://hpcloud.cumulogic.com. With CumuLogic Cloud Services, enterprises can
seamlessly leverage public cloud resources while maintaining a consistent
deployment environment across on-premise clouds. CumuLogic platform works out
of the box with Essex, Folsom and Grizzly releases.
CumuLogic Cloud Services software suite is being leveraged by Cloud Providers who
want to offer private label services on top of their OpenStack IaaS cloud, as well as
enterprises that are moving toward an open IT-as-a-Service model. CumuLogic’s
platform comes with cloud services, including Database-as-a-Service, Platform-asa-
Service, Elastic Cache and Elastic Load Balancer, giving enterprises and Cloud
Providers maximum flexibility with their cloud deployment strategy.
CumuLogic is redefining traditional Platform-as-a-Service to include flexible,
modular cloud services such as Database-as-a-Service, Elastic Cache, Elastic Load
Balancer and more – all in a single console on top of any Infrastructure-as-aService
cloud. The CumuLogic Cloud Services software suite enables enterprises
and Cloud Providers to develop, deploy and migrate applications on any public,
private or hybrid cloud environment. For more information, please visit