RightScale builds APAC hub in Singapore
By Asia Cloud Forum staff 10-Mar-2011
US-based cloud computing management company RightScale announced the launch of its Asia Pacific operation in Singapore.
Equipped with business development, services, technical and marketing functions, RightScale's APAC operation will target the markets in North Asia, India and South East Asia.
|"Singapore is the ideal gateway to the rest of the region where the adoption rate of the cloud is gaining speed." |
-- Josh Fraser, RightScale's global VP
Founded in 2006 and has launched two million plus servers, RightScale delivers an automated cloud management platform for organizations to run business applications on private and public clouds.
RightScale support public cloud service providers including Amazon Web Services, Rackspace Hosting, Microsoft Azure, and well as cloud platforms and hypervisors such as Cloud.com, Eucalyptus, OpenStack, VMware, XenServer, and KVM.
"Singapore is fast emerging as the cloud computing hub for Asia Pacific as large service providers are locating here to provide resources and support for international businesses. Singapore is the ideal gateway to the rest of the region where the adoption rate of the cloud is gaining speed," said Josh Fraser, RightScale's global vice president.
"With our ability to support public and private clouds in multiple geographic regions, we are ready to meet the appetite for cloud computing management in the region," Fraser added.