Stratus In the News
May 6, 2015
Since Linux changed the paradigm for open source software in enterprise environments, IT leaders have seriously considered the advantages of open source. With pressure to reduce capital costs, any solution that avoids the “technology tax” associated with licenses and costly proprietary systems is attractive. Small wonder, then, that there is intense interest in open source cloud technologies like OpenStack and KVM (kernel-based virtual machine) within forward-looking enterprises. But many IT leaders are asking the same question: Is OpenStack ready to take on enterprise applications? The short answer is: It depends.
May 5, 2015
Today Telcos are looking to use OpenStack for NFV. While OpenStack supports basic levels of availability it does not support service continuity and stateful fault tolerance. This is a major concern for the Telcos. By inserting a Virtualized Cloud Resilience Layer that transparently brings Telco reliability to any cloud application, Telcos can use OpenStack with the confidence that any application can be deployed with selectable levels of availability, including stateful fault tolerance with geo-redundancy, without required code changes.
May 5, 2015
Stratus Releases Solution to Accelerate the Transformation of the Telco Network to NFV and OpenStack
Stratus and leading telcos respond to the need for automated resiliency in KVM and OpenStack with ETSI PoC.
February 18, 2015
Stratus and Shanghai Hi-tech Define the Next Generation of Always-on Solutions for Industrial Automation in China
New OEM Agreement takes Stratus and Shanghai Hi-tech partnership to a new level.