This state-of-the-art software system automates infrastructure provisioning and management of public/private/hybrid cloud services both for corporate clients and service providers.
InContinuum Software is a Dutch privately held LLC that develops innovative, end-to-end management technologies for organizations of all sizes.
At the time the company was founded, there were few to none offerings in the market allowing businesses to automate and control delivery and use of cloud-based services. EffectiveSoft was chosen to develop this solution from the ground up.
CloudController is a software system that automates virtual machine deployment, application virtualization and deployment, and virtual SAN/SDN deployment.
It consists of a web interface, Microsoft Windows services, and custom tools. It is deployed in a few clicks via a user-friendly installer.
A rich and responsive user interface (UI) based on AJAX technologies with advanced charting capabilities gives a full overview of the system load with real-time statistics (see the screenshots below).
CloudController is currently available in eight languages with unlimited localization capabilities.
The application features an advanced white-labeling mechanism to follow any UI style the customer needs.
At VMworld 2009 in San Francisco the first version of CloudController was awarded the title “Best of VMworld” in the category “Cloud Computing Technologies” as the world’s first generally available independent cloud management platform.
CloudController allows achieving:
CloudController supports the following three business models:
For customers planning to sell all or some of their virtual servers, CloudController provides a complete range of back-office operations such as invoicing, chargebacks, value-added tax (VAT) calculation, customer support, reporting, etc., as well as the ability to accept payments via PayPal, Buckaroo or bank transactions.
.NET Framework 4.5, ASP.NET MVC, LINQ to SQL, MS SQL Server, WCF, Typescript, AJAX, jQuery, knockout.js, VMware, Microsoft Azure, AWS, SoftLayer, OpenStack, RHEL, XenServer, Twilio