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Universal Cloud Management: Deploy Anywhere, Manage Everywhere

October 02, 2015 Posted By: Michael Crandell Cloud management was born on New Year’s Eve, December 2006 when Thorsten von Eicken, the CTO and co-founder of our yet-to-be-incorporated Santa Barbara startup, released the first-ever version of RightScale. The software was designed to provide a platform to deploy and manage applications running on the beta version of Amazon EC2, which had been unveiled earlier that summer. Since those early days, cloud has powered a transformation in IT from startups to enterprises. And RightScale Cloud Management has evolved to enable cloud users to deploy and manage applications across multiple cloud providers, whether public or private, from a single pane of glass.

RightScale Product Update: New Cloud Pricing Service, Complete Bill View for Azure and Google, What-If Analysis for AWS RIs and More

October 01, 2015 Posted By: Ryan O'Leary Although it’s still sunny and hot at our Santa Barbara headquarters, RightScale is ready for fall and for AWS re:Invent. If you’ll be in Las Vegas next week, be sure to stop by our booth at re:Invent and say hello and learn about the cool new features from RightScale.

RightScale Product Update: UI Enhancements, Network Resources and Improved Regex Support in CATs and More

September 02, 2015 Posted By: Ryan O'Leary In August the RightScale product updates we released included additional UI enhancements plus plus the addition of network resources and improved regex support in Cloud Application Templates (CATs).

Pivoting to Cloud: Why an MSP Chose RightScale

August 25, 2015 Posted By: Bret Clement When managed services provider Offis decided to expand its offerings to include cloud infrastructure, the company chose a multi-cloud strategy. With this approach, Offis could avoid lock-in to a single cloud provider and offer its customers — including companies as diverse as VW and Westfield — the same level of expertise and service no matter if the company was hosting in its own data center or in the cloud.