Instaclustr has launched a new Managed Open Source-as-a-Service Platform, offering scalable open source technologies delivered as completely managed solutions. The platform offers customers–from startups to enterprise– a fully hosted and securely managed Apache Cassandra, Apache Spark, Elasticsearch, Kibana, Lucene, and Zeppelin.
The whole package will be delivered with its 100% open source form, with absolutely no vendor or technical lock-in. The platform arrives at a time for the company when it continues to deliver top-line growth in excess of 100% Year over Year, reaching a milestone of 10 million node hours and 1 petabyte of data under management.
“The development of our Open Source-as-a-Service platform is the natural progression of Instaclustr. We’ve always maintained a commitment to empowering customers, providing much-needed hosting and management solutions that keep customers in control of their own destinies and their own core technology,” said Peter Nichol, CEO at Instaclustr.
Instaclustr offers an Open Source-as-a-Service platform that provides database, analytics, search, and messaging technologies recognized for their ability to deliver scalability, reliability, and performance. Each of the solution is backed by the company’s 100% uptime guarantee and features expert support available 24/7.
“With this release, we’re proud to formalize our commitment to 100% open source-only solutions. We have made it easier than ever to benefit from these powerful technologies delivered as a service, and without any of the strings attached found with proprietary solutions or commercial startups baking a single open source project,” Added Nichol.
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