Morpheus Data Boosts Support for Hybrid IT Projects with Cloud Updates

Morpheus Data is rolling out enhancements to its next-gen multi-cloud management platform (CMP) in support of hybrid IT projects.

The Morpheus next-generation CMP bridges this gap by simplifying hybrid IT management across clouds, assuring compliance, and providing developers resources on demand.

“Digital transformation happens at the intersection of DevOps and Cloud which is putting extreme pressure on IT” said Brad Parks, VP of Business Development, Morpheus Data.  “Morpheus addresses the cloud complexity crisis while at the same time unleashing developer productivity.”  

Morpheus gives hybrid IT organizations the ability to take advantage of open source agility and manage multi-cloud environments which include OpenStack without adding incremental complexity.  With the latest software release, Morpheus is simplifying OpenStack management by enabling customers to directly orchestrate actions from the Morpheus interface, enabling them to:

  • Boost agility by creating OpenStack Octavia load balancers and assigning to VMs for dynamic scaling as application needs change
  • Streamline software-defined network management by creating and attaching OpenStack Neutron SDNs and domain name assignments
  • Simplify management by connecting directly from the Morpheus UI to instances running within OpenStack via hypervisor console access  

Morpheus now supports execution of application blueprints using native AWS CloudFormation in addition to existing support for HashiCorp Terraform, Microsoft ARM, and native Morpheus templates.

With support for a full suite of IaC template languages, Morpheus lets IT operations teams to enforce governance and standardize provisioning processes while still letting DevOps teams increase agility with their toolchain of choice.

Morpheus has also integrated Virtustream, the cloud services business of Dell Technologies, enabling customers to consolidate management of public, private, and managed cloud platforms.

These new integrations, together with connectivity into over 20 other public and private cloud platforms will enable DevOps teams to instantly deploy new application stacks to any cloud, attach to unstructured data repositories, and establish data protection as part of a single workflow.

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