Quali's CloudShell version 8 is now generally availability
|Christian Hargrave in DevOps Friday, April 28, 2017|
Quali releases CloudShell Version 8.0 for general availability.
Quali, a provider of cloud sandbox software for cloud and DevOps automation, has announced the general availability of CloudShell 8.0 with second-generation shells which are easier to build and maintain, along with new support for Microsoft Azure and OpenStack based cloud platforms.
Microsoft Azure is continuing to gain traction as a public cloud platform with a rich developer ecosystem. With the upcoming general availability of Microsoft Azure Stack, it is increasingly becoming attractive for hybrid cloud deployments.
Recognizing this trend, Quali is expanding on its current support of cloud sandboxes over AWS and VMware vCenter to now include additional public and private clouds, becoming the industry’s only vendor to support cloud sandboxes with “one-click” deployment paths for dev/test applications. The multi-cloud capabilities complement the unique “hybrid cloud sandbox” capabilities that Quali announced last year.
The Quali CloudShell platform automates and accelerates the cloud and DevOps lifecycle by providing dev, test, QA and compliance teams with authentic personal replicas of their production environments within software sandboxes. Taking a blueprint driven approach, Quali can drive standardization and scale workflows. It is the only solution in the market that can model, orchestrate and deploy “full-stack” environments including physical or virtual infrastructure, data, applications, performance and security tools and services in a cloud-agnostic manner.
The new version provides more out-of-the-box shell configurations to enable faster time to value. CloudShell 8.0 includes added support for application configuration management through use of a custom script or Ansible playbook. In addition, new virtualization capabilities allow regular users to edit some app details directly within blueprints. Users can also access a drop-down selection of cloud providers when building apps, and simple selection of clouds when dragging an app to a blueprint.
Quali’s latest second-generation shells are controlled through the CloudShell web portal, which for the first time allows users to centrally manage, update and remove any unused shells. The new version also offers enhanced Single Sign On (SSO) support, enabling more SAML security features and integration with more identity providers.
Other enhancements to CloudShell 8.0 include increased control of blueprint max reservation time, advanced search improvements and new table views.
“We are thrilled to continue expansion of our hybrid and multi-cloud sandbox offering. Enterprises want choice, but they also want simplicity. With the added support for Microsoft Azure and OpenStack platforms in Release 8.0, it gives our customers significant flexibility and choice of the best cloud composition that works for them.” said Lior Koriat, CEO of Quali. “Offering consistency and portability of standardized blueprints across private and hybrid deployments can help enterprises simplify and accelerate their IT modernization initiatives”
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