CloudSigma Brings Services to Abiquo's Multi-cloud Management Platform

CloudSigma and Abiquo have partnered to bring CloudSigma services to Abiquo's multi-cloud management platform.

CJ Arlotta, Associate Editor

August 6, 2014

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CloudSigma CEO Robert Jenkins says the company is planning further integrations with with Abiquo
CloudSigma CEO Robert Jenkins says the company is planning further integrations with with Abiquo.

CloudSigma and Abiquo have formed a new partnership to bring CloudSigma services to Abiquo’s multi-cloud management platform.

Announced on Tuesday, the deal enables public cloud users to manage their CloudSigma deployments and other platforms through Abiquo anyCloud, the Bracknell-based company’s flagship hybrid cloud computing management platform. Public cloud users can now manage CloudSigma deployments through Abiquo anyCloud

“You can now drive CloudSigma-based cloud solutions using the same unified interface that you use to drive other major cloud providers like AWS, Google Compute Engine and others,” CloudSigma CEO Robert Jenkins told Talkin’ Cloud. “That means end users can gain the value of CloudSigma’s differentiated cloud offering without getting bogged down in vendor specific implementations and interfaces.”

Additionally, Abiquo anyCloud is designed to provide CloudSigma users with multi-layered security by allowing users to add additional team members their Abiquo anyCloud account, without giving away provider security credentials.

“With anyCloud our channel partners have an ability to integrate CloudSigma-based infrastructure solutions alongside existing legacy cloud infrastructure without introducing an additional management overhead,” Jenkins said.

He added: “As such we see the introduction of anyCloud as a great way to make it that much easier for new customers to start using CloudSigma, whilst at the same time realising that most customers aren’t in a position to swap cloud vendor.”

While this is the first time the two companies have partnered together, Jenkins said the companies are “planning further integrations and announcements in the near future.”

This news comes on the heels of CloudSigma’s partnership with OpenVPN.

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CJ Arlotta

Associate Editor, Nine Lives Media, a division of Penton Media

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