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Turnkey Multi-Cloud PaaS
Simplify Cloud Infrastructure Management
- Fast and easy provisioning of containers, clusters & environments
- Zero code change deploy of traditional & cloud-native applications
- Automatic vertical & horizontal scaling with tunable load alerts
- Unified management via intuitive UI, SSH access, CLI and API
Ensure High Availability & Performance
- Built-in auto-clustering for databases and application servers
- Load balancing with different traffic distribution algorithms
- DevOps Automation, continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD)
- Multi-cloud and multi-region deployment with full interoperability
Optimize Cost and Resource Consumption
- Eliminated right-sizing problem with container virtualization
- Pay-as-you-use pricing based on real consumption in public cloud
- Revenue sharing model for hosting and cloud service providers
- License based pricing for private, hybrid and multi-cloud setups
Anything-as-a-Service Running in the Cloud
Service providers, software vendors and digital agencies can offer end-customers digital transformation and a variety of cloud services out-of-box using Jelastic PaaS.
This cloud platform is designed for speeding up development, reducing cost, eliminating complexity of application and infrastructure management, improving uptime and cyber security.
PaaS Availability and Installation
Jelastic cooperates with local data centers and global hyper scalers in order to provide PaaS as public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud offerings. The platform can be hosted on-premise or on top of popular IaaS solutions.
Public Cloud Across 100+ Data Centers
Currently Jelastic is available as a public cloud on infrastructure of local hosting service providers distributed worldwide. In this way, our customers get a wide choice of locations, performance and price levels.
Private Cloud On-Premise
Companies get a dedicated Jelastic PaaS for internal development and cloud management. This can be Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) or on-premise installation on top of hardware from different vendors.
Hybrid and Multi-Cloud
Jelastic customers can achieve multi-cloud interoperability across a mix of on-premises, virtual private cloud and public cloud services with orchestration through a unified platform for developers and system administrators.
Easy Management for System Administrators
Customers and Partners Testimonials
Developers and Service Providers Across the World
"Configuring cloud infrastructures is fun the first time you do it. But it doesn’t take too long before it becomes a tedious time sink. And, if you have the misfortune of being a software developer that has to fight it out with an IT organization, who usually wants consistency, control and visibility, you find that you’re always fighting with them. Jelastic solves all of that. Easy configuration tools for developers, management tools for IT. Peace and productivity. I love it."
James Gosling, Father of Java
“Jelastic is a powerful tool that doesn’t just manage and automate cloud services, it manages them all from an easy-to-use GUI panel. Many things that used to require highly-trained admins and dev-ops and took many hours of configuration, can all be done in a few clicks. Being able to do these things through automated software is not only a matter of ease, but also cost! Lots of time saved and even providing you the joy of having more options available. It is a game-changing power to do things this easily.”
Johnny Nguyen, WPJohnny
“Jelastic PaaS helps us to be in pace with the fast changing technological world and satisfy our customers on their way to digitalization. Simplified cloud management lets us easily create an efficient digital operation across multiple projects, automation speeds up innovation and updates, while multi-region deployment ensures high-availability and opens new customer markets. As a result, the platform releases our time and budget for more business-oriented tasks and directions.”
Christoph Wriessnegger, DATEA
“Jelastic is a community of partners. Data centers across the globe provide the computing capabilities to run the platform as a service offering. You get a choice of different vendors, in several locations and regulated by different government and laws. But you also have the freedom to take your application back to your premises or even to other vendors that support Java.”
Bruno Souza, Brazilian JavaMan, Tools Cloud
“Main reason to have several data centers and hosting providers is geographical accessibility. Our SaaS clients are dealing on financial industry and they appreciate that their software and data are kept in the same country as they are operating. Also, with Jelastic it is easier to set up new customer environments, which is especially useful when getting plenty of new customers within short time period.“
Esko Kantola, FA Solutions
“Jelastic PaaS made it very easy for us to choose them. It is compliant with all big cloud infrastructure providers, integrates amazingly well with Java software and provides elegant solutions to manage environment provisioning, scaling, configuration and backups”
Julian Maurel, Product Manager at Jahia
“Keep it simple” is the mantra I always have in mind being a developer. So we decided to move from AWS to Jelastic PaaS. It was a non-pain migration (fortunately). Already in 3 days of tracking, I realized that Jelastic cloud is a perfect match for our business, as well as the most innovative and technologically advanced partner that fully covers the needs of customers. I can just say - it seems I found “my system”
Simone Chinaglia, Digital Nomad
What is Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)?
PaaS is commonly described as a cloud hosting platform with a set of deployment and scaling automation, application management and DevOps tools that can be run on shared infrastructure or on-premise. Also, PaaS eliminates the complexity of building and maintaining the underlying infrastructure.
Platform-as-a-Service solutions can be divided to different types based on their use cases and supported technologies: purpose, abstraction and functionality.
What is Multi-Cloud?
Multi-cloud is defined as an approach that combines more than one cloud (public or private), from more than a single cloud vendor. However, this is not an aggregation of various services from different vendors, it requires a mandatory glue - cloud-agnostic approach with interoperability across all providers.
The key ingredient of a solid multi-cloud strategy is the abstraction. Organizations need a governance layer which can provide this complete abstraction from the unique functionality of different cloud vendors and enable cloud-agnostic implementation without extra complexity. Such converging point between the company and clouds should be either aware of all cloud specifics, or combine standardized services from the required clouds and provide missing functionality based on the company needs.
Multi-cloud management platforms like Jelastic provide the required level of interoperability to ease the entry point and eliminate complicated processes throughout the project lifecycle.
What Types of Containers are Supported?
Jelastic PaaS combines two types of containers in a single platform:
- System Containers - one of the oldest container types, which is quite similar to virtual machines. It is a stateful, operating system centric solution that can run multiple processes. System containers are usually used for traditional or monolithic applications, as they allow to host architectures, tools, and configurations implemented for VMs. There are different implementations of system containers: LXC/LXD, OpenVZ/Virtuozzo, BSD jails, Linux vServer, and some others. Jelastic PaaS uses Virtuozzo solution.
- Application Containers - a relatively new container type, which commonly runs a single process inside. It is a stateless microservice-centric solution that is easily scalable horizontally. Application containers are the most suitable for immutable and ephemeral infrastructures. Several application container implementations are available at the market: Docker, containerd, CRI-O, and some others. Jelastic PaaS utilizes Docker as the most widely adopted technology for application containers.
Within the Jelastic platform, different container types can be used for various use cases:
- Certified Managed Containers
- Elastic Virtual Private Servers (Elastic VPS)
- Custom Docker Containers
- Docker Engine CE (Docker Native)
- Kubernetes Cluster
What is Auto-Clustering?
Software clustering is the technique of using at least two instances for a service. Such redundancy not only provides reliability (the system can withstand a failure of at least one instance) but also helps to handle high load.
Based on the experience, the configuration of a cluster can be a challenging process that requires quite a lot of time investment. In order to help you out, Jelastic PaaS automates some of the most popular clusterization solutions and can perform them for you on-demand directly from topology wizard:
- application servers - GlassFish, Payara, Jenkins, WildFly
- SQL databases - MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL
- NoSQL database - Couchbase, MongoDB
- storage server - Shared Storage Container
In addition to the Auto-Clustering option in topology wizard, a number of prepackaged clusterization solutions can be found under the Clusters category of the Jelastic Marketplace.
Such automation immensely simplifies and speeds up the creation of a reliable production-ready cluster for your project.
What is the Pay-per-Use Pricing Model?
Pay-per-Use, or pay-as-you-use, is a new generation pricing model for cloud computing resources based on real consumption, not on server size.
Often, “pay-per-use” model is mistakenly called “pay-as-you-go” but these are two different pricing approaches. The “pay-as-you-go” billing model in cloud computing isn’t nearly as flexible as “pay-as-you-use”. You cannot order a VM that precisely suits your project requirements at the current moment and scales without extra configurations or migration efforts as the load increases. As a result, you order bigger VMs from the start and pay for unused resources, as well as have to perform migration to larger VMs while growing. To the contrary, containers can be scaled vertically on the fly taking into consideration the load changes. So you pay for actual consumption and don’t need to make complex reconfigurations to align with project growth.
Within Jelastic PaaS you set up a maximum scaling limit for each container, so the resources will be always available in case of load spikes or other consumption changes. The system makes hourly measurements of how much RAM, CPU, disk and network are consumed inside each container and requests the payment only for them. The rest of allocated resources will be just waiting in the pool for the application to request them, and it is totally free of charge.
This solves the right-sizing problem available with VM-based cloud installations, as with Jelastic container-based infrastructure you don’t need to guess how much resources to allocate for a high performance during an average load and in case of load spikes.
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