Cloud Computing Provider VEXXHOST Joins OpenStack Public Cloud Passport Program
November 16, 2017
Cloud computing provider VEXXHOST Inc. (VEXXHOST) has announced it has joined the OpenStack Public Cloud Passport Program as an "OpenStack Passport Provider". VEXXHOST, which has headquarters in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, is a leading cloud Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider. Its solutions allow customers to build cloud virtual data centers either in a VEXXHOST facility or in their own offices. Its services extend to Big Data, private cloud, public cloud, and hybrid cloud options that leverage OpenStack. News of VEXXHOST joining the program was announced at the OpenStack Summit which took place in Sydney, Australia November 4-7, 2017.
The OpenStack Public Cloud Passport program helps users receive a trial of Open Cloud solutions that might meet their requirements. As an OpenStack Passport Provider VEXXHOST will cater to users wishing to trial a Canadian Open Infrastructure provider. The company's status allows them to provide free public cloud services trials for a range of options including "securely hosted virtual machines, networking, object or block storage, orchestration, load balancing, big data, file sharing, cloud images and container services". Its free trials will last 30 days.
“We are proud to join the OpenStack foundation and all nine other providers for the launch of this program," explained VEXXHOST's CEO, Mohammed Naser. "By having VEXXHOST public cloud available on the OpenStack Passport program available, potential users can try our OpenStack infrastructure first hand and see to see if it fits their needs and requirements.”
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