Enomaly Unveils Elastic Computing Platform After Years of R&D

Enomaly today announced Enomaly Elastic Computing Platform (ECP), after having released an Alpha version in March of this year. ECP is an open source, programmable, cloud computing infrastructure for businesses looking to design, deploy and manage virtual applications in the cloud. With its official product launch, Enomaly is shifting its business from a services organization to a software products and support company.

Enomaly’s ECP is designed to work alongside a company’s existing virtual data center providing time and money savings. An intuitive, browser-based dashboard makes it easy for IT personnel to efficiently plan deployments, automate VM scaling and load-balancing; and, analyze, configure and optimize cloud capacity.

The Enomaly ECP is available for immediate download. Proprietary enterprise licenses of the software are available. With the release of the Enomaly ECP, the company is offering paid Web-based and phone support packages. The three plans are: Silver — Web-based support for up to 25 incidents per year; Gold — Phone and Web-based support for up to 50 incidents per year; and Platinum — Phone and Web-based support for up to 100 incidents per year plus assistance and advice with cluster architecture and virtual machine and application design.

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