New Canadian Cloud App Marketplace Launched by AURO
Sunday, April 05, 2015
AURO recently launched their cloud application marketplace that includes a library of more than 50 leading open-source packages, in addition to most OS distributions ( including Ubuntu, CentOS, Fedora, CoreOS and Windows) for developers to deploy on its Canadian Cloud Computing service. Each of these OS distributions can be deployed on AURO's Cloud Computing Platform which is AWS and GCE compatible with full API controls.
AURO delivers a portfolio of services that include IT Infrastructure and Cloud Hosting, while giving users the benefits of Canada's unique regulatory environment and data security, all within a 100% Canadian platform.
The AURO Cloud Application Marketplace is designed to remove many common operational deployment and configuration tasks. The available open source applications include infrastructure applications, content management tools, developer tools and customer relationship management (CRM) packages. These ready-to-deploy applications include images like MySQL, Magento Hosting, Ruby, as well as developer tools like GitLab, Redmine and Jenkins. Popular content management applications on AURO include WordPress Hosting, Joomla and Drupal Hosting.
AURO was built using OpenStack to give Canada an enterprise public cloud platform that can support a wide range of cloud computing requirements. With a free account, open APIs and Canadian cloud storage, customers get a platform that can deliver highly scalable public, private and hybrid cloud services, including operational and architectural compatibility with AWS.
Read more: http://www.auro.io/
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