Why a Cloud Management Platform Makes Sense
The vast majority of enterprises today are planning for a multi-cloud strategy that will encompass a portfolio of public and private cloud options. There are a wide range of business requirements that drive the need for a heterogeneous set of cloud resource pools — including geography, cost, features, and existing investments. For example, an enterprise may have teams using AWS and Azure and other teams using vSphere to meet the needs of different applications and business goals.
A cloud management platform (CMP) should make it even easier and faster for enterprise users to get fully configured stacks or applications in public or private clouds via an easy-to-use interface without sacrificing the necessary visibility, governance, and control.
Manage All Your Clouds with the RightScale Cloud Management Platform
In this multi-cloud world, organizations are looking for ways to broker and manage cloud applications and services from a single pane of glass.
The RightScale Universal Cloud Management Platform enables you to deliver self-service provisioning and control to your cloud consumers, govern and manage all your cloud workloads from a single console, and track and optimize your cloud usage and spend. In addition, RightScale supports your DevOps and Docker initiatives by integrating with your existing tools to provide automated infrastructure through the entire application lifecycle.
A cloud management platform can transform your IT organization to: