Piston Cloud Computing Reveals General Availability Of OpenStack Based Private Cloud

Piston Cloud Computing disclosed the general availability of Piston Enterprise OS, an enterprise grade deployment of OpenStack for private clouds, on Wednesday. With the announcement, Piston Cloud Computing becomes the first vendor to offer a commercialized version of the OpenStack operating system dedicated to security and private cloud management. The product also features an implementation of CloudAudit that helps administrators understand performance and user activity within their respective cloud environments. Speaking of the importance of private clouds in today’s enterprise environment, CEO Joshua McKenty remarked: “As we continue to see security lag in the public cloud environment, it is clear that private cloud is really the only option for organizations dealing with large volumes of regulated data. To date, VMware was the only widely accepted option for private cloud, which brought with it associated cost, complexity and vendor lock-in. Piston Enterprise OS disrupts the market with the easiest, most secure and open approach to private cloud.” Here, McKenty claims the importance of private clouds for enterprises that have specific regulatory or compliance needs and evince particularly high concerns about security. McKenty notes Piston Enterprise OS promises to disrupt the enterprise cloud computing landscape by providing the industry’s “first OpenStack-based cloud operating system” dedicated to cloud security and streamlined management of the virtual cloud environment. The general availability of Piston Enterprise OS accelerates the commercialization of OpenStack, the largest open source collaboration on cloud computing in the world.

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