Unified Cloud Experience on Any Infrastructure

Private, public, hybrid and multi-cloud in a turnkey Platform-as-a-Service

Multi-Cloud PaaS with Full Interoperability

Combine different infrastructure and cloud offerings within one platform

Multi-Cloud PaaS with Full Interoperability

Cloud Functionality for Developers and Admins

Concentrate on project development instead of servers management

Easy creation of dev, test, production environments

Automatic vertical and horizontal scaling

Integrated CI and CD tools for automation

Application management via UI, SSH, API and CLI

Zero downtime deployment with automated traffic distribution

Built-in monitoring of RAM, CPU, network, storage, IO with alert notifications

Log viewer, file and config manager within native dashboard

Deployment via GIT, SVN, FTP and SFTP

Integrated IDE Plugins: IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, NetBeans

Fast setup of clustered and highly available applications

Advanced support of Kubernetes and Docker containers

Virtual Private Servers (VPS) powered by CentOS, Ubuntu and others

Marketplace with a rich set of preconfigured applications for one click installation

Wide choice of ready to go certified application container stacks

Infrastructure load and alerts monitoring

Ability to use different hardware or clouds within single portal

Quotas and cloud regions access management

Hardware tiering to multiple regions

Anti-affinity distribution of environment containers

Management of external and internal networks

Resource consumption tracking tools within portal

Ability to hibernate, stop, restart, clone applications

Manage available stack templates for developers

Live migration across hardware regions

Audit of user actions and troubleshooting functionality

Automation for releasing unused resources

Cloud Application Platform

Freedom of Choice in a Turnkey aPaaS Package

Platform-as-a-Service

PaaS with support of Java, PHP, Node.js, Ruby, Python, Docker and Kubernetes, available as public, private on-premise, virtual private, hybrid and multi-cloud

Monitoring

Out-of-the-box monitoring of RAM, CPU, network, storage, IO with alert notifications, as well as load tracking on infrastructure level

Network

Secure isolated networking with VXLAN encapsulation based on distributed virtual switching technology, tunable firewalls

Software-as-a-Service

Offering SaaS with a help of packaging standard and CloudScripting that automate software installation, clusterization, scaling and updates

DevOps

Integrated DevOps tools within a single platform for easy application deployment, lifecycle management, continuous integration and delivery

Monitoring Monitoring
SaaS SaaS
DevOps DevOps
Platform-as-a-Service Platform-as-a-Service
Containers Containers
Network Network
Storage Storage
Billing Billing
multi-cloud availability

The platform is available as public, private, hybrid and multi-cloud within a distributed network of local service providers and global cloud vendors, as well as can be installed on bare metal infrastructure for gaining maximum performance and efficiency

Multi-Cloud Interoperability

Containers

System and application containers orchestration with advanced multi-tenant Docker and Kubernetes clusters hosting

Billing

Built-in billing integrated with WHMCS, Cleverbridge, OSA, as well as ability to connect own custom billing solution through open API

Storage

Fault-tolerant Software-Defined Storage on infrastructure level. Elastic block, file and object storage on application level

Jahia Solutions Use Case: Simplified Digitalization and Global Footprint

Jahia Solutions Use Case: Simplified Digitalization and
Global Footprint

Testimonials of Customers

Chosen by ISVs, telcos and SMEs worldwide

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Julian Maurel, Product Manager at Jahia

“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

Esko Kantola, FA Solutions

“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

Julian Maurel, Product Manager at Jahia

“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

Esko Kantola, FA Solutions

“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

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Multi-Cloud?

Multi-cloud refers to the distribution of cloud assets, software, applications, etc. across several unified cloud-hosting environments. Multi-cloud architecture can utilize two or more public clouds, as well as one or multiple private clouds. It aims to eliminate the reliance on any single cloud provider.

Why Multi-Cloud?

  • Failover. In the case of one cloud platform downtime, the services provided by other providers can still run.
  • Extra flexibility. You are free to choose the best services among several multi-cloud platforms and to distribute your project in the most effective way.
  • Cost-effectiveness. You can mix and match pricing plans from different providers to achieve the maximum cost-effectiveness for your particular case.
  • Reducing vendor lock-in. Due to compatibility with multiple vendors you can move or re-distribute your project between different providers anytime.

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Multi-Cloud Challenges and Their Solutions

  • Lack of multi-cloud expertise. Multi-cloud integration requires some additional investments for experienced support from service provider or for internal education, as many tasks can be unfamiliar even for top tech specialists.
  • Multi-cloud management complexity. Having multiple clouds from different vendors can be a real challenge in terms of centralized control and management. Choosing multi-cloud management platform with automation and unified control within a single panel can solve this issue and save a lot of time and efforts.
  • Multi-cloud security risks: It is far more difficult to achieve the highest level of privacy and security for multi-cloud environment compared to a single cloud. You have to take into account many aspects, among them: identity and access control, encryption keys, resource policies, etc.
  • Costs estimation and consolidation: Using multiple vendors cloud services you can save your costs, but financial data consolidation and spend analysis require a service provider involvement or some additional training for internal finance team.
  • Governance concerns: Choosing the right multi-cloud platforms always takes into account the policies and regulations of your company, country where workloads will be located, and each considered vendor.

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What is the Difference between Multi-Cloud and Hybrid Cloud?

Multi-cloud combines different clouds of the same type while hybrid cloud infrastructure combines two or more different types of clouds. In other words, multi-cloud is like mixing different types of apples, and hybrid cloud is like mixing apples and oranges

So, in the case with multi-cloud strategy you’d have several public clouds or multiple private cloud deployments from different service providers. Hybrid cloud requires both public and private deployments integrated and orchestrated together.

What Cloud Infrastructure can be used for Multi-Cloud Deployment of Jelastic PaaS?

Jelastic PaaS can be installed on any cloud infrastructure available nowadays, among the providers usually chosen by our clients we can highlight:

  • VMware
  • AWS
  • Microsoft Azure
  • Google Cloud
  • OpenStack
  • IBM Cloud
  • and many more

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