OnApp Centralized Cloud Management Tool, the user can enjoy a frontage of 167 service providers operating in 170 cities around the world. With the centralized cloud platform offered by OnApp, even the small providers can now challenge the giants like Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure. This article on OnApp Cloud is not an endorsed or paid article; this is a neutral review like we publish our other articles on various services.
OnApp Centralized Cloud Management Tool : In Brief
The federated model allows to access hundreds of to the infrastructure located around the world, allowing the customers to deploy their applications in different countries, while continuing to work with your local provider. The strength of this association is precisely in the opportunity to choose between different services from a single central platform, offering a number of locations almost double, if not triple, compared to the region offered by Amazon AWS and Microsoft Azure together.
In this way, OnApp itself serves as one platform where you can buy and sell excess computing resources using a single API, a single SLA and a single invoice, with prices agreed before.
The objective of OnApp is to provide an aggregation model that goes beyond the simple market place offered by the competitors. Indeed, in the process of creation of federation, OnApp has used their own experience of using the service providers to provide an added value to the centralized system, it is designed not only as a place for the sale and promotion, but also as a real cos effective solution with scalability, the barrier of the local market and hundreds of cloud providers has broken down, taking the advantage of the economies of sharing and reuse what already exists.
OnApp is a win-win Cloud Computing Model
This model is designed to accommodate customers’ applications exactly on the infrastructure with the right performance where needed at the right price and with the level of useful services. And users can use it on demand without investment, providing the advantages of global coverage, in a pay-as-you-go model and with the diversity typical of cloud computing.