RightScale Cloud Application Templates (CATs) help you orchestrate, operate, manage, and provision complex application stacks in the cloud regardless of the cloud infrastructure providers you use. They package and “import” CAT code, enabling you to build sophisticated templates using modular building blocks of components to accelerate your code development.
It’s summertime, and the livin’ may be easy, but the RightScale team has stayed focused on delivering a variety of new features, including support for Azure Resource Manager and visibility into Google Cloud costs for CoreOs and Debian premium licenses among others.
With the advent and strong adoption of public cloud services, the initial strategy of many telcos and larger MSPs was to build their own public or private clouds. However, as hyperscale clouds have continued to expand their service capabilities, service providers are now shifting their strategies. As their customers are quickly adopting public cloud from the hyperscale providers, forward-thinking MSPs are looking at new ways to add value.
Not only did the RightScale team celebrate the Fourth of July holiday this past week, but also our efforts to deliver new functionality. Enhancements include support for Kubernetes and other orchestration tools, the ability to reuse code via Cloud Application Templates, and improved managed login functionality among others.