Posted By Michael Potts On October 17, 2011 @ 3:49 pm In Cloud Computing | No Comments
Cloud OS start-up Nimbula announced  the addition of support for VMware and vSphere within Nimbula Director. Nimbula, which emerged from stealth mode in June 2010, was founded by former Amazon executives Chris Pinkham and Willem van Biljon, who led the development of the Amazon EC2 public cloud service. Nimbula’s partners  include Intel, RedHat, Scality, Opscode, Puppet Labs and others. The company is located in Mountain View, CA.
The two developments announced today include:
“Cloud Foundry is a good example of how PaaS can help IT accelerate application delivery and therefore innovation,” said Willem van Biljon, co-founder and VP of Products at Nimbula. “We are committed to delivering great infrastructure support for it and helping further the transition to a developer friendly world.”
Cloud Foundry is an open Platform as a Service for the cloud, giving developers a choice of clouds to which to deploy their applications, according to Jerry Chen, vice president, cloud application platform product management, VMware. “We’re delighted Nimbula’s Cloud Foundry integration is giving developers yet another option in a multi-cloud world.”
Nimbula Director Virtual Services is a framework that facilitates the provisioning of application, network and core services on top of Nimbula Director. Services run inside a virtual machine providing isolation, high availability and elasticity. With this integration, Nimbula Director now includes:
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