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Morpheus

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What is Morpheus?

Morpheus is a hybrid cloud management platform that simplifies and automates the management of IT infrastructure across multiple clouds. According to the vendor, it caters to organizations of all sizes, including small and medium-sized businesses as well as large enterprises. Morpheus is utilized by...

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What is Morpheus?

Morpheus is a cloud application management and orchestration platform.

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Product Demos

Summer Lesson schoolgirl tech demo for Project Morpheus

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Virtual street luge on Sony's Project Morpheus

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Kitchen Tech Demo for Morpheus reactions

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Hands-On with Project Morpheus, Part 2

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Project Morpheus GDC 2015 - The London Heist VR Demo PlayStation 4

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Product Details

What is Morpheus?

Morpheus is a hybrid cloud management platform that simplifies and automates the management of IT infrastructure across multiple clouds. According to the vendor, it caters to organizations of all sizes, including small and medium-sized businesses as well as large enterprises. Morpheus is utilized by various professionals and industries, including IT operations and infrastructure teams, cloud architects and engineers, DevOps teams, system administrators, and IT service management professionals. It is commonly used in finance, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, and technology sectors.

Key Features

Containers: Morpheus supports the management of containers, enabling users to easily provision and manage containerized applications across multiple cloud environments. Users can deploy and scale containers using popular container orchestration platforms such as Kubernetes and Docker Swarm. Morpheus offers a unified interface for efficient management of container resources, including monitoring, logging, and resource allocation.

Identity: Morpheus integrates with various identity providers, including LDAP, Microsoft Active Directory, Microsoft Azure AD, OneLogin, and Okta. Users can seamlessly connect their existing identity management systems to Morpheus, facilitating role-based access control and policy enforcement. Morpheus supports SAML authentication, allowing users to authenticate using their preferred SAML providers.

ITSM: Morpheus seamlessly integrates with leading IT service management (ITSM) tools like BMC Remedy, Cherwell, and ServiceNow. Users can automate ITSM processes and workflows, such as ticketing, change management, and incident management, through Morpheus. It provides a centralized platform for efficient management of ITSM activities, enhancing collaboration and productivity across IT teams.

Load Balancers: Morpheus offers comprehensive support for various load balancers, including Amazon ALB, Amazon ELB, Citrix NetScaler, F5, HA Proxy, OpenStack Octavia, and NSX Advanced Load Balancer. Users can easily configure and manage load balancers through Morpheus, ensuring high availability and optimized distribution of traffic. Morpheus enables load balancing for both on-premises and cloud environments, enhancing application performance and scalability.

Monitoring: Morpheus provides robust monitoring capabilities, allowing users to effectively monitor the health and performance of their infrastructure and applications. Users can customize monitoring policies, receive timely alerts and notifications, and access real-time metrics and logs through the Morpheus interface. Morpheus integrates with popular monitoring tools like ServiceNow, providing a unified view of monitoring data and facilitating proactive troubleshooting.

Networking: Morpheus supports a wide range of networking technologies and services, including AWS Route 53 for DNS, Bluecat and Infoblox for IPAM, Cisco ACI, Microsoft DNS, phpIPAM, Power DNS, SolarWinds for IPAM, and VMware NSX-T. Users can effortlessly manage network resources, configure network policies, and automate network provisioning and configuration through Morpheus. It serves as a centralized platform for streamlined network management across diverse environments.

Storage: Morpheus seamlessly integrates with various storage solutions, including AWS S3, Dell EMC Isilon, Dell EMC ECS, Rackspace CDN, and HPE 3PAR StoreServ. Users can easily provision and manage storage resources, configure storage policies, and automate storage operations through Morpheus. It offers a unified interface for efficient management of storage resources across multiple cloud providers and on-premises environments.

Morpheus Features

  • Supported: One-click Provisioning
  • Supported: Built-in Logging
  • Supported: Automatic Monitoring
  • Supported: Elastic Scaling
  • Supported: Role Management
  • Supported: Automatic Backup & Recovery

Morpheus Screenshots

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Morpheus Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise, Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud, or Web-Based
Operating SystemsLinux, Ubuntu
Mobile ApplicationNo
Supported LanguagesEnglish

Morpheus Customer Size Distribution

Consumers0%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)20%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)60%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)20%
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Reviews and Ratings

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Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
We have a need to better utilize on-site resources as well as create a hybrid cloud solution. Using Morpheus we are able to start on our journey towards having a hybrid cloud. Our first step is in getting local resources that are easily consumable by those that need those resources. Right now there are parts of the organization that are using it and we are slowly rolling it out to the rest of the organization.
  • Copious native 3rd party integrations.
  • Ties into multiple public and private clouds for single management plane.
  • True multi-tenancy.
  • System is complex to setup and navigate.
  • Licensing is complicated (VM's vs applications).
  • Lack of training materials.
Morpheus is well suited for those who want to have a management pane of glass that will allow you to see what you are consuming and how you are consuming it. It also ties into many other types of software and the development team seems to be constantly improving the product. That lends it to being a bit complicated. If you want something easy to set up, this isn't your product.
Cloud Management (7)
90%
9.0
Cloud Management Security
80%
8.0
Automation and Orchestration
90%
9.0
Cost Management
90%
9.0
Cloud Management Performance Monitoring
90%
9.0
Governance and Compliance
90%
9.0
Resource Management
90%
9.0
Systems Integration
100%
10.0
  • It has allowed us to shorten operational time that it took to provide resources to teams.
  • There is better cost visibility in the different cloud solutions.
We previously were using VRA. VRA, while some of the new versions look interesting is hard for both administration as well as end user consumption.
Morpheus is a nice looking, well integrated piece of software that really gives the end user what they want. It abstracts away things that don't need to be known, but at the same time it allows users to get what they need. The deep integrations do result in it being complicated, and that is where you can get lost in the weeds, because there are a whole lot of levers and buttons that are available in Morpheus.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Incentivized
Morpheus is being used in different teams across the organization for monitoring across our various environments. It provides micro-level insights into the health of our systems.
  • Monitoring
  • Alerting
  • More dashboard/visualization capabilities
We use Morpheus and graphene to monitor our on-premise servers. A consistent tool for using across servers/VMs, databases and networking equipment would provide a wholistic monitoring experience
Cloud Management (7)
81.42857142857142%
8.1
Cloud Management Security
N/A
N/A
Automation and Orchestration
100%
10.0
Cost Management
90%
9.0
Cloud Management Performance Monitoring
90%
9.0
Governance and Compliance
100%
10.0
Resource Management
100%
10.0
Systems Integration
90%
9.0
  • Excellent monitoring tool
We have always been able to reach the support organization at Morpheus on the rare event we needed them. They have been nothing but helpful.
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