Jelastic, a cloud computing platform for DevOps with Docker container support, has announced SaveInCloud as their new partner from Paraguay. The Jelastic cloud partnership with SaveInCloud is aimed to widely spread DevOps PaaS and CaaS to LATAM customers.
This partnership is aimed to provide an “intuitive, cost-effective and flexible” platform for developers in LATAM. From now on, SaveInCloud customers can set up their Java, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, .NET or Python environments in seconds, paying only for resources in use.
“By partnering with SaveInCloud, Jelastic provides a powerful platform with an extensive set of features for DevOps,” said Ruslan Synytsky, CEO of Jelastic. “SaveInCloud perfectly complements the Jelastic Cloud Union, allowing customers to experience high availability, robust performance, full automation and intuitive UI.”
IP Company, parent company of SaveInCloud is located in Latin America and provides Internet services since 1998. The company has 3 data centers in Latin America and Canada, and hosts more than 10k domains.
“This partnership helps us to offer a progressive hosting services for LATAM DevOps, enabling low latency due to available locally data servers, proficient technical support and high-level of performance,” said Fabio Vieira, CEO and founder of SaveInCloud. “We expect to provide the ultimate PaaS for local developers. In the nearest time we also plan to provide SaveInCloud within more LATAM countries.”
Key benefits provided by the SaveInCloud platform would include:
- Low latency for LATAM Users
- 100% SSD disks in infrastructure
- Dell Servers
- .NET and MSSQL Nodes support
- Spanish/Portuguese localization and technical support
Jelastic is a DevOps PaaS and CaaS for business that can be deployed on bare metal hardware or any IaaS environment. The platform provides certified containers for Java, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, Python and .NET and the ability to use custom Docker containers.
Headquartered in Asuncion, Paraguay, SaveInCloud is a hosting provider focused on delivering cloud solutions in Latin America.