Manage cloud services (servers, storage, load balancers & DNS) offered by many different providers through a single, unified and easy to use API.
Each component is relatively self-sustainable and exposes a simple and easy to use base API which works across all the supported providers.
The software is published under an open source license.
- Manage cloud servers – services such as Amazon EC2 and Rackspace CloudServers, Linode, and more than 20 others.
- Manage Cloud Storage – services such as Amazon S3, Rackspace CloudFiles, Google Storage and others.
- Load Balancers as a Service, LBaaS. Load Balancer API allows you to manage Load Balancers as a service and services such as Rackspace Cloud Load Balancers, GoGrid Load Balancers and Ninefold Load Balancers.
- DNS as a Service, DNSaaS. DNS API allows you to manage DNS as A Service and services such as Zerigo DNS, Rackspace Cloud DNS and others.
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