Last month we shared our enterprise debut with our new Platform-as-Infrastructure solution. Today, we are delighted to share that Lunacloud has selected Jelastic as its next generation cloud hosting platform. Lunacloud’s implementation of Jelastic Platform-as-Infrastructure is available now from their networks across Europe.
Below is an excerpt from our press release:
“Jelastic was the obvious partner to complete our cloud portfolio,” said António Miguel Ferreira, Lunacloud CEO. “Jelastic offers a superior, industry-proven cloud hosting technology for Java and PHP applications, and gives us an essential competitive edge. Lunacloud is known for delivering a simple, reliable and competitive cloud infrastructure for start-ups, technology businesses and developers all over the world. Our new partnership with Jelastic enables us to stay ahead of the technology curve and offer a highly differentiated platform and infrastructure service to our customers.”
“Jelastic is excited to team with Lunacloud to provide a fully integrated platform and infrastructure solution to their customers,” said John Derrick, Jelastic CEO. “Platform-as-Infrastructure, by combining PaaS and IaaS, drives unique functionality and new efficiencies for public and private clouds. Now, with over 25 hosting partners around the world, Jelastic is fast becoming the standard for next-generation scalable cloud services.”
Founded in 2011 by industry experts Antonio Miguel Ferreira and Charles Nasser, Lunacloud is the latest pay-as-you-go Cloud infrastructure services provider available to tech-savvy SMEs and start-ups as well as individual developers in the Europe. Lunacloud is a pure-play cloud services provider focusing on delivering reliable, elastic and low cost cloud infrastructure (IaaS) and platform (PaaS) services, on which you can run your operating systems and applications, deploy your code or store your data. Lunacloud provides Cloud Servers, Cloud Storage, Cloud Jelastic and Cloud Mongo services. Lunacloud has offices in the UK, Portugal, France and Spain, providing local support in English, Portuguese, French and Spanish and will be expanding to other non-European countries in 2014.