Powered by OpenStack Newton, SUSE’s OpenStack Cloud 7 includes full Docker support and CaaS capabilities
SUSE has announced SUSE OpenStack Cloud 7, the enterprise-ready OpenStack platform for building Infrastructure-as-a-Service private clouds. Powered by newly released OpenStack Newton, SUSE OpenStack Cloud 7 includes Container-as-a-Service capabilities along with non-disruptive upgrade capabilities to avoid downtime and service interruption.
“SUSE is delivering the full value of OpenStack, helping customers mix evolution with revolution and build a software-defined infrastructure that propels their business forward,” said Joseph George, SUSE Vice President of Solutions Strategy. “SUSE OpenStack Cloud enables customers to migrate more mission-critical workloads to their cloud,” he added.
Kalyan Muppaneni, Founder and CEO of Pi DATACENTERS, a greenfield data center and enterprise-class cloud service provider based in India, said, “Our solutions help customers be quicker to market, giving them a competitive edge in their respective industries. Be it for development of new containers for microservices-based apps or to host legacy workloads in the cloud, SUSE OpenStack Cloud provides the flexible, secure and rock-solid cloud platform that is just right for our customer needs.”