Enomaly’s Open Source Elastic Computing Platform

While the IT departments are worrying about the security, governance and other concerns related to Cloud computing, Enomaly makes it possible to create Cloud-like environments in corporate data enters.


Source: http://www.enomaly.com

Elastic Computing Platform 2.1 an open source project, provides the ability to meld on-premises and remote systems–including cloud services–in a single, secure infrastructure.


Elastic Computing Platform (ECP) is a programmable virtual loud infrastructure for businesses who are looking to design, deploy and manage virtual applications in cloud. The browser based dash board enables IT department top efficiently plan deployments, automate virtual machine scalingĀ  and load balancing, and analyze the configuration, optimize cloud capacity in an easy-to-use utility.

As relying on cloud computing is becoming a drawback due to privacy, security, and reliability concerns, there interest for open-source cloud-computing tools is increasing as the source code is freely available. These tools could help companies to build and customize their own computing clouds to work alongside more powerful commercial solutions.

Some of the popular open-source cloud-computing software are

1. Eucalyptus


An open source software infrastructure project that imitates the experience of using EC2 but lets the user run program on their own resource and provides a detail view, what would have otherwise looked like a black box of cloud computing services.

2. Globus Nimbus


Nimbus is a set of open source tools that together provide an “Infrastructure-as-a-Service” (IaaS) cloud computing solution. Nimbus allows a client to lease remote resources by deploying virtual machines (VMs) on those resources and configuring them to represent an environment desired by the user.

3. OpenNebula


OpenNebula is an open source virtual infrastructure engine that enables the dynamic deployment and re-placement of virtual machines on a pool of physical resources. OpenNebula extends the benefits of virtualization platforms from a single physical resource to a pool of resources, decoupling the server not only from the physical infrastructure but also from the physical location.

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