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GreenButton launches Cloud Fabric, multi-cloud management platform
Posted on 7-Nov-2012 10:30. | Tags Filed under: News.

GreenButton is launching GreenButton Cloud Fabric, the a server solution that enables users running compute intensive applications to deploy, manage, and run a variety of applications in either private or public clouds or both.

GreenButton Cloud Fabric delivers a comprehensive and integrated on-demand cloud solution that leverages the cloud's processing power for high performance computing workloads for a fraction of the cost.

GreenButton's Cloud Fabric is a highly cost-effective server platform that provides organizations with supplementary processing power in the cloud without the complexity or operational expenditure risks. The platform features multi-cloud management with a single tool set, known as Mission Control, and an easy to use software developer kit (SDK), including a development emulator for easy enablement of workloads. Mission Control includes commercial features around billing, reporting with organizational control and chargeback.

The platform also includes data synchronization tools for the cloud called GreenButton CloudSync.

"Cloud computing has been focused on running general type applications with low memory and CPU requirements," said Scott Houston, CEO of GreenButton. "We believe the future of cloud computing is to bring the applications that most people have said 'will never run in the cloud' to the cloud. We're seeing exceptional growth and adoption across our cloud offerings. We feel it's about choice. And, it's ultimately about providing exceptional end user experiences, regardless of the deployment model. GreenButton Cloud Fabric delivers significant value to technical computing and High Performance Computing clients in need of a cost-effective, highly scalable, robust solution."

Presently, customers can choose between utilizing a private cloud or public cloud, and/or a multi-cloud deployment for high-powered computing or compute intensive applications. GreenButton's Cloud Fabric harnesses the cloud's infinite power while managing the many complexities involved. By offering a powerful management solution with the ability to easily extend compute intensive workloads into the cloud with auto provisioning, monitoring or managing of any virtual resources, GreenButton Cloud Fabric is the perfect solution for companies in a variety of markets including financial services, media and entertainment, aerospace, oil and gas, and biotech.

GreenButton's Cloud Fabric also enables service providers to sell and integrate the solution to their independent software vendor (ISV) and enterprise customers, by providing an easy, low risk on-ramp to get enabled on the cloud and drive cycles. Service providers have the choice of running the platform on their own cloud infrastructure or on a public platform like Windows Azure or Dell Cloud Services.

GreenButton is Microsoft Corp's 2011 Windows Azure ISV Partner of the year and the company's offices are located in New Zealand and the US.

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