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ClearCenter Releases ClearGLASS to Make Blockchain and Multi-cloud Management Easier

ClearCenter today announced the release of ClearGLASS, an add-on application and service for ClearOS adding to the already robust cloud, server, network and gateway IT management features built into ClearOS.

ClearGLASS allows IT departments to securely and privately manage cloud resources from multiple providers, on-premise servers, Blockchain nodes, or decentralized IT infrastructure at any scale from a single management plane.

ClearGLASS supports more than 20 third-party providers and services, including Amazon's AWS, Microsoft's Azure, Docker Cloud, Rackspace, Linode and others by providing centralized orchestration, role-based access, monitoring, alerts, security, visibility and control to make it easier to manage heterogeneous infrastructure all from within the ClearGLASS console.

"Every IT manager understands the complexity of trying to manage a mix of on-premise servers, off-premise servers, Blockchain nodes, virtual machines, containers or public/private cloud resources," said Michael Proper, ClearCenter Founder and CEO. "ClearGLASS allows you to manage all of these assets from one interface, then gives you new insights into your total costs across multiple clouds. It even shows you underutilized resources so you can tell in real time if your costs are exceeding the benefits to your IT infrastructure. The advanced orchestration features in ClearGLASS enables users to quickly spin-up or shut down hundreds of cloud resources across multiple providers and different geographic locations. For example, with ClearGLASS orchestration you could help prevent a classic 51% attack that targets nodes within certain geographic areas of a Blockchain environment."

The free Community Edition of ClearGLASS is available now in the ClearOS Marketplace and in the Release Candidate stage. The Business Edition of ClearGLASS is in beta starting today and will be fully released before the end of Q3 2018.
Published Thursday, March 22, 2018 11:33 AM by David Marshall
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