BootStack: the easiest way to build an OpenStack cloud
OpenStack, the world’s most popular cloud management platform, makes cloud computing accessible to everyone.
Although OpenStack is well supported with compatible cloud services, there is a significant challenge to overcome before users can launch their own OpenStack cloud. That is to recruit— and retain—OpenStack experts in a highly competitive jobs market.
Resourcing a six-strong team to work 24x7 would cost between $900,000 and $1.5 million at current market rates, and can take months of headhunting.
Because it’s hard to find experienced staff, companies often struggle to deploy OpenStack on time and on budget, eroding the savings that OpenStack should bring.
Read this whitepaper to discover how BootStack, a new service for setting up and operating a cloud is the easiest and fastest way to be successful with OpenStack.
“BootStack, hosted on SoftLayer hardware, is the most flexible, scalable and cost-effective way to deploy an OpenStack cloud, backed by the industry’s most experienced OpenStack experts.”