Built for Service Provider environments.
Delivering Multi-tenant Infrastructure
The Cloudistics Composable Platform can be managed in a hierarchy that provides true self-service to end users. Whether IT needs to provide resources to developers, or service providers need to automate the delivery of cloud-scale resources, Cloudistics provides the necessary tools for orchestration and access controls to facilitate these requirements with push-button ease of use.
Granular Access Control
Cloudistics provides resource provisioning with push-button ease. With its access control layer, users can be assigned a pool of resources within a Virtual Datacenter that is isolated, secure and self-governed.
With our access controls, you gain the agility of standing up resources based on single-deployment orchestration and then passing it off so your organization can make the right choice about public cloud use. The agility and self-government gained by these controls and efficiencies allow internal IT and IS to deliver the public cloud experience without adding additional complexity and learning curves associated with a public cloud.
For Service providers, this is a turn key option to automate the deployment of resources and access to compete with the public cloud and build unique services with the time saved from removing architectural complexity and limitations.
FEATURES AND CAPABILITIES
Multi-Tenant Virtual Datacenters
Create new customer environments, tenants, by simply setting the parameters and push-button deploying.
Secure and Isolated Tenants
Each customer can have access to its own set of resources on the platform that is completely isolated and secure from other tenants.
Role Based Access Control
Control user access to the platform with fine-grained access controls. Make sure that collaboration isn’t slowed down by process and empowers users to work within well-defined guard rails to speed and simplify business functions.
Infrastructure admin role
Allows the Administrator to manage the physical hardware and add and remove physical resources, create virtual datacenters and define access controls.
VDC manager role
Allows the user to manage the logical resources and applications within a VDC including creating and tearing down applications, managing the VDC resources including storage, compute and network.
VDC viewer role
Allows the VDC user to view statistics, reports and the overall status of the resources.
The API’s are integrated into the access control system. Automate the orchestration of the deployment of resources based on users requests from other systems.