–Sangfor Technologies announced the newest version of Sangfor HCI & SCP (Sangfor Cloud Platform), version 6.2.0, now with Platform as a Service (PaaS) capabilities.
Sangfor’s Platform as a service (PaaS) helps customers manage, develop, and run applications without building or maintaining a more traditional and complex infrastructure. PaaS provides unique tools designed to easily and quickly test, develop and host applications. This function gives enterprise administrators the ability to focus on development, and not the complex underlying infrastructure. PaaS also gives administrators the ability to manage security, operating systems, server software and backups and the functions needed to enable a collaborative work environment, both in person and remotely.
Container technology and Kubernetes have recently made Platform as a Service a vital element of any organizational network structure. By streamlining PaaS and Sangfor HCI, Sangfor has created a unified platform for both traditional VM-based and cloud-native container-based applications. Sangfor PaaS is simple to use, and with KubeManagers’ intuitive GUI, enables developers to easily manage hundreds of pods, while operators care for VM management with SCP.
A few of the superior functions provided for customers by Sangfor PaaS and HCI include:
- Native Multi-Cluster Management
- Built-in Monitoring & Logging
- Integrated Image Registry
- Application Store/Center
- CSI Integration with aSAN
- Disk Encryption & Erasure
- Disk-Based Storage Virtual Volume
- Network Multiplexing
- DR Testing
- Storage Capacity Prediction
“We know businesses are relying on the cloud for their simple, fast and scalable operations,” says Jason Yuan, VP of Sangfor Technologies International Market. “Our platform as a service solution was built with the help of our customers and partners, who shared their needs and IT dreams with us – and out came Sangfor HCI with PaaS! It’s our mission to take the best and most cutting-edge the IT world has to offer, and make it better, faster and safer.”