Lenovo offers IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack which is an easy to deploy, simple to use cloud management software offering based on OpenStack with enhancements that features a self-service portal for workload provisioning, virtual image management, and monitoring. It's an innovative, cost-effective approach that also includes basic automation, metering, and security. Users can request and provision resources quickly through an easy-to-use user interface. IT managers can monitor and manage this environment for improved efficiency and utilization of the data center.
IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack is a robust Infrastructure as a Service software offering that simplifies management of your virtualized environment. It helps you convert virtualized environments to a cloud quickly and easily. Users can request and provision an environment quickly through an easy-to-use web-based interface. IT managers can monitor and manage this environment for improved efficiency and utilization of data center resources. The IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack v4.1 release includes heterogeneous server architecture support from a single user interface. This gives you the flexibility to manage System x®, BladeCenter®, NeXtScale™ System, Flex System™ and IBM PureFlex System platforms with a single, consolidated image of IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack software. IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack supports multiple virtualization environments, including VMware, Hyper-V and KVM.
IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack capabilities
Manage images: Simplify storage of thousands of images
Deploy VMs: Slash time to value for new workloads from months to a few days
Operate a cloud: Cut costs with efficient operations
In addition, based upon the latest release of OpenStack™, IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack allows access to a rich set of industry standard APIs and CLIs for Infrastructure as a Service. With OpenStack API leverage, clients can extend the value of IBM Cloud Manager with OpenStack with confidence.
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Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
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