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ESDS Software collaborates with Red Hat on managed cloud hosting

red-hat2Cloud solutions provider ESDS Software Solution has joined hands with Red Hat, the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, to bring together the benefits of cloud solutions to legacy applications and enterprise databases.

“Today our patented eNlight cloud solution combined with Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform is our unique differentiator. All our products are based on open-source standards. We believe the Red Hat

Certified Cloud and Service Provider partner program will help us strengthen our position to serve the India market better,” said Piyush Somani, founder, MD and CEO, ESDS.

The collaboration means that customers can now avail managed data and cloud hosting services on ESDS eNlight Cloud platform that allows vertical autoscaling of virtual machines. It will also enable ESDS to offer agility to enterprises that may not otherwise reap the benefits of cloud, given the architecture of their systems.

eNlight Cloud is a state-of-the-art cloud hosting solution with a built-in ability to automatically scale CPU and RAM on-the-fly.

Customers can now access the benefits of automatic load sensing and scaling, pay-per-consumption metered billing, root access to enterprise databases and managed OS, database and network services by using Red Hat Enterprise Linux on patented eNlight Cloud, a statement said.

This solution is targetted at customers across verticals including aviation, banking, manufacturing, oil and gas, shipping and telecommunications.

Red Hat’s Certified Cloud and Service Provider designation is awarded to Red Hat partners following validation by the company.

“We are excited to work with ESDS to provide managed cloud hosting services. Through the Red Hat Certified Cloud and Service Provider programme, ESDS can now more easily offer SME’s and enterprises the scalability in cloud in real time, bill only for actual consumption of resources and help improve performance without changing architecture of their systems,” said Rajesh Rege, Managing Director, Red Hat India.

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