After a watershed week in cloud computing, Microsoft launched 44 new Azure Services and also changes to Visual Studios, System Center, and Visual Studio Online (formerly Team Foundation Service) at their Build conference last week. The promise is now being realized of a software-defined IT department that is agile yet compliant with existing corporate policies. Apprenda’s Private PaaS integrates with the mentioned tools to help organizations achieve end-to-end management–from deploying virtual machines in a data center with System Center to brokering where applications land (Azure or in-house).
Organizations, for example, can use System Center to spin up more virtual machines in their data centers and Azure instances when set utilization thresholds have been exceeded. Those resources can then automatically be added to the Apprenda PaaS fabric to ensure uptime and quality of applications.
For more info on how Apprenda integrates with Visual Studio, System Center and Visual Studio Online, Michael Michael (Director of Product Management at Apprenda) recently recorded a video that highlights how Apprenda’s private PaaS software integrates with Microsoft cloud technologies:
Apprenda, coupled with with System Center, Azure, Visual Studio, and / or Visual Studio Online gives organizations ability to: