CumuLogic Cloud Application Platform Turns IaaS and Virtualized Environments To Java PaaS

CumuLogic recently revealed the general availability of the CumuLogic Cloud Application Platform version 1.0, a platform that can transform Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and virtualized environments to Java-based Platform as a Service (PaaS) environments. The platform can transform IaaS platforms such as OpenStack, Citrix CloudStack and VMware vSphere to a PaaS environment, thereby creating a simplified development environment for developers who wish to develop within a Java-based infrastructure. Unlike many PaaS vendors that focus fundamentally on application development infrastructures, CumuLogic’s solution addresses the challenges of deployment and management of cloud-based applications:

As CumuLogic platform manages the entire lifecycle of applications in clouds, it’s more than just a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS). PaaS technologies typically focus on application development, rather than deployment. Deploying and managing applications in clouds such as VMware, Citrix or OpenStack requires not only thoroughly architecting the applications, but also figuring out how to build redundancy, monitoring, scaling, performance and availability aspects. CumuLogic platform provides a high level of automation to deliver application services and keep them running.

The CumuLogic Cloud Application Platform enables enterprises to quickly build a unified cloud infrastructure from a constellation of heterogeneous virtualized environments. The platform focuses on application deployment and management to a Java PaaS, whether from applications developed for mobile, web, enterprise, HTML5 or otherwise.


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