At Cloud Expo Europe, OW2 Showcases CompatibleOne, the Open Source Cloud Broker

London, UK (PRWEB) January 29, 2013

OW2, the global community for open source infrastructure software demonstrates today at Cloud Expo Europe in London, CompatibleOne, The Open Source Cloud Broker. CompatibleOne is a new-generation cloud resource management and automatic provisioning software environment powered by service brokering capabilities.

CompatibleOne enables the seamless federation of heterogeneous resources across different Cloud Service Providers. Using CompatibleOne, developers and users can combine a range of services available from different suppliers to address their most stringent requirements.

CompatibleOne supports all kinds of resources, not just infrastructure ones, but any resource which can be invoked as a service. CompatibleOne helps developers and users alike avoid vendor lock-in, enforce SLAs and reduce costs. The CompatibleOne open source broker is an open source collaborative project based on open standards, notably OCCI.

Demonstrations presented at Cloud Expo Europe include:

Customer specific SLA delivery: This demonstration shows how CompatibleOne enables services arbitration and multi-tenancy in a context of stringent customer requirements.

Fully automated provisioning This demonstration shows how the CompatibleOne platform manages selective placement on a multi-cloud environment and resource aggregation across different providers.

Auto scalability This demonstration reveals how CompatibleOne leverages load-balancing mechanisms to automatically adjust its resource provisioning to changes in workload.

Commercial provisioning This demonstration shows how the CompatibleOne platform can organize service delivery across heterogeneous cloud technologies, starting with OpenStack, Amazon and Azure

”We trust the CompatibleOne cloud service broker will become a key component of cloud service marketplaces and federated cloud architectures that will optimize workload placement based on customer’s criteria such as SLA expectations and business policies, says Jean-Pierre Laisn

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