cloudbase.io has announced it has selected Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider SoftLayer, now an IBM company, to run its Private Cloud offering. The new service will provide a secure scalable solution that gives developers complete control of their data including a 99.99% uptime guarantee, while being hosted at SoftLayer’s data centres in either North America or Europe.
Integrating with developers existing systems to deploy mobile apps with ease and speed, cloudbase.io is powered by a NoSql database that can perform complex data operations within object-orientated architecture. SoftLayer’s IaaS capabilities enables cloudbase.io to work with developers so they can build full-featured mobile applications that can be launched in minutes without ever worrying about server management.
Stefano Buliani, cloudbase.io founder, says, “Originally designed for use by SMEs, we’ve upgraded the capabilities of cloudbase.io to cater for larger businesses looking to develop enterprise standard applications. It’s now possible to securely centralise more application business logic away from client devices – eliminating the need for heavy-duty data processing – with cloudbase.io Cloud Functions.”
“Today, the vast majority of people stay connected to the Internet via a mobile device,” comments Jonathan Wisler, General Manager EMEA at SoftLayer. “We’re seeing a trend where companies are moving beyond merely having a mobile website and leveraging the value of the ability to engage with customers and employees wherever they go. We are excited to have cloudbase.io running their cloud hosting solution on our infrastructure. Now companies and developers can focus on what they do best, building applications that create value. With cloudbase.io we provide organisations with a secure and powerful place to develop, deploy and manage their apps.”
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