Cloud Management32Cloud Management Suites helps IT managers and organization orchestrate and deploy resources in a hybrid cloud environment containing a mix of on-premise, public, and private cloud services, providing oversight, secure and efficient provisioning, and automation of tasks, with increased agility and lower cost.Turbonomic (formerly VMTurbo)1 CloudWatch3 Elements4 Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)5 Director7 Cloud Application Manager (formerly AppFog)9 Enterprise Manager Cloud Control10 Box13 OneSphere15 Orchestrator16 MultiCloud Platform17 CloudPortal Business Manager18 Aegis20 vCommander25

Cloud Management Suite

Cloud Management Suite Overview

What is a Cloud Management Suite?

A Cloud Management Suite is focused on providing information about cloud computing systems. These tools provide a degree of administrative control over public, private and hybrid clouds. Cloud management tools have become increasingly important as IT tries to balance security, compliance and budgetary concerns with the business innovation brought about by self-service provisioning of so-called shadow IT.

Cloud Management Suite Features & Capabilities

  • Support for different cloud types, such as public, private and hybrid clouds

  • Support for creation and provisioning of new objects and the removal of unnecessary objects, like servers, storage, and/or apps.

  • Reports on uptime, response time, latency etc. with a drill-down dashboard

Advantages of Cloud Management Suites

One of the big advantages of cloud management tools is that they provide self-service capabilities to users who wish to access a public or private cloud, review available cloud instances, or create new ones.

From an administrative point of view, they provide a suite of reports on uptime, response time, utilization rates and costs. In private clouds, these reports can provide valuable information about cloud workloads and user experience. This is an invaluable first step in workload balancing and capacity planning. In public cloud, reports can provide metrics for downtime or latency, which are important for ensuring vendor compliance with SLAs.

There are many different kinds of tools available. Some public cloud management tools provided by the public cloud vendors are highly specific to a particular platform, while public cloud tools are more general.

Cloud Management Products

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Rubrik in Palo Alto, California offers their appliances for "converged data managed" via a hyper-converged scale-out appliance specially purposed for data backup and recovery.

11 Ratings

Cloud Elements is a cloud API integration service that uses cooperative apps to connect an organization’s customers, partners and employees to the cloud services they use. The vendor says that by using their pre-built elements, their one-to-many approach connects applications with services, each ...

43 Ratings

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) as the company's infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) which combines the elasticity and utility of public cloud with the granular control, security, and predictability of on-premises infrastructure to deliver performance and availability.

7 Ratings

BetterCloud is a SaaS Application Management and Security Platform that is designed to enable IT to centralize, orchestrate, and operationalize day-to-day administration and control for SaaS applications. The vendor says thousands of customers rely on BetterCloud to centralize data and controls, ...

2 Ratings

CloudCheckr is an AWS cost and security management platform. It monitors and analyzes AWS data sources, including AWS CloudTrail logs, AWS Config, AWS Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) flow logs, AWS CloudWatch and AWS API calls, to help users optimize AWS environment resources.

1 Ratings

CSS Corp in Milpitas, California offers CloudDRIVE, a cloud management platform designed to optimize application performance and reduce costs post cloud migration, and smooth adoption of new cloud capabilities and applications.

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HPE OneSphere is a cloud management platform, from Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. OneSphere replaces HPE Helion CloudSystem as HPE's flagship cloud management platform.

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ScaleXtreme was a cloud management platform, but since the company's acquisition by Citrix (August, 2014) it is no longer available.

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NetIQ Aegis is an IT process automation and cloud management platform from Houston-based company NetIQ, now a Micro Focus company.

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Morpheus is a cloud application management and orchestration platform.

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Extility is a cloud management platform from London based software company Flexiant.

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CloudRanger delivers cloud server management software for businesses, MSPs and enterprises. Its easy-to-use graphical interface offers users scheduling and backup policies to help companies save time and money.Key features of the CloudRanger platform include: Server Management: CloudRanger gives...

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Embotics® vCommander® leverages a comprehensive set of multi-hypervisor virtualization and cloud management capabilities to allow organizations at any stage of cloud adoption to build and implement the framework, process, automation, policies, and cloud governance that will result in an optimized...