Future-proof Your Business with Platform as a Service Using Cloud Foundry
Are you an IaaS provider trying to stay competitive against rivals, such as Heroku, EngineYard, and Windows Azure?
Are you an enterprise with the goal of building your own PaaS to accelerate development cycles, remove operational bottlenecks, and improve developer productivity while keeping full control of all the projects and resources?
Are you a software vendor looking to bring your software product directly into the hands of enterprise IT developers?
Focused PaaS enablement solutions from a Silver member of the Cloud Foundry Foundation
Serving technology leaders, such as eBay, RightScale, Joyent, Couchbase, and others, Altoros has access to top-notch industry knowledge in Cloud Foundry and related technologies that can help you to build self-service public PaaS offerings, implement private PaaS solutions, and/or integrate software products with Cloud Foundry, one of the fastest growing and most widely supported open-source PaaS.
Cloud Foundry Enablement for IaaS
Gain competitive advantage and accelerate enterprise sales with a self-service PaaS solution for automated app deployment
Cloud Foundry Enablement for Enterprises
Boost productivity, simplify management, and maximize ROI with an enterprise-level self-service private PaaS
Cloud Foundry Enablement for Vendors
Get access to enterprise IT by becoming available in hundreds of Cloud Foundry deployments across the Fortune 1000
Building enterprise-level systems since 2001
With a portfolio of 500+ successful projects, Altoros provides hands-on experience in Cloud Foundry, NoSQL/NewSQL databases, Hadoop, and private/hybrid clouds.
Our R&D engineers performed multiple benchmarks of NoSQL and Hadoop distributions; some of these benchmark studies were published by CIO.com, NetworkWorld, ComputerWorld, TechWorld, and other industry magazines.
Want to discuss how to gain a competitive advantage with PaaS?
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