The Scalr Cloud Management Platform packages all the cloud best practices in an extensible piece of software, giving your engineers the head start they need to finally focus on creating customer value, not on solving cloud problems.
Deploying infrastructure across multiple and largely incompatible cloud platforms? Scalr is a single pane of glass for all your cloud resources. It lets you access them through a single, unified, user interface.
Cloud puts a great deal of control and responsibility in the hands of your engineers. Scalr acts as an intermediary management layer between engineering and cloud infrastructure, and places ownership of information security back into the hands of your IT department.
- Mike Selby,
Director at The Pensions Hosting Company Limited
Is your enterprise under pressure to increase the pace of innovation while maintaining management control? Scalr has designed a Cloud Management Platform (CMP) to address the complex and often conflicting needs of an enterprise adopting cloud.
Scalr offers the perfect balance for both development and IT, by delivering the precise control IT requires while simultaneously removing the barriers to efficiency that development teams confront managing cloud infrastructure.
“Thanks to Scalr, we’ve been able to focus on what matters to our business: building PeerJ. Naturally, infrastructure management is critical, but it’s definitely not our core business. Scalr’s Cloud Management software has been a great help in automating that aspect of our operations.”
At Scalr we provide SaaS and on-premises software to manage cloud infrastructure (and it’s open-source), so we end up making lots and lots of API calls to the AWS APIs. What’s great about scale is that when you’re making thousands of API calls a day, events with a 0.1% probability of occurring tend...
OpenStack celebrates its 4th birthday today, and while the champagne corks are popping over at Openstack.org, we thought it would be another good opportunity to reflect on what we have observed in the OpenStack community in the last 4 years. We shared some of our impressions in our blog “OpenStack...