The Truth about why AWS Users Love the HPE Helion Eucalyptus Console
Amazon AWS has active customers in 190 countries – including nearly 2,000 government agencies, 5,000 education institutions, and more than 17,5000 nonprofits. Yet for all those customers who employ public cloud, none of them have access to private cloud through Amazon. HPE Helion Eucalyptus is the only private cloud that works with AWS, and for those who already subscribe to the software – the console is one of the most loved features. Watch this video featuring Colby Dyess, Eucalyptus Director of Marketing, to see what you can expect.
As you learn in the video, the HPE Helion Eucalyptus console looks and feels like AWS. This makes it much easier for users already familiar with AWS to integrate Eucalyptus into the existing infrastructure. There is considerably less time necessary for training users on using the console, as the functions and features are similar to those in AWS.
The console also supports login using Eucalyptus or AWS credentials. No matter which information you use to sign-in, you can manage your public and private cloud resources from the Eucalyptus console. Talk about simplifying things.
What does all this mean for AWS customers who subscribe to HPE Helion Eucalyptus? It means greater flexibility, as users have a single console to move workloads and date between private and public clouds. As a result, employees save time and the organization saves money by only using public cloud resources when necessary.
Read the entire article here, The Truth about why AWS Users Love the HPE Helion Eucalyptus Console (VIDEO)
via the fine folks at HP Enterprise.