Nuvelink 2.0 Enables Service Providers to Resell Public Cloud Including AWS and Azure with High Degree of Automation

Nuvepro Technologies, a Bangalore, India-based provider of products that enable deployment of a multi-sourced cloud services catalogue, has announced the launch of Nuvelink 2.0. The new release would allow service providers to deliver a rich, multi-sourced catalogue of cloud services to end-users. These services can be established across a range of cloud hosting environments including Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud), Microsoft Azure and private clouds.

“Nuvelink 2.0 enables service providers to resell public clouds such as AWS or Microsoft Azure with a very high degree of automation,” said Giridhar LV, CEO and founder of Nuvepro. “Nuvelink, with its focus on provisioning, orchestration and spend tracking, is poised to become the single application that a cloud admin must have in her arsenal for an overall comprehensive management.”

New Nuvelink 2.0 capabilities include, among others, the following:

  • Support for Amazon Web Services (AWS Cloud)
  • Support for Microsoft Azure (Enterprise Agreement)
  • Enhanced public cloud resell features including multi-tier hierarchy support for channel partners and multi-level price list management
  • On demand provisioning of cloud accounts
  • Multi-tier hierarchy support for enterprises

nuvepro_technologies_cloud_services“We developed Nuvelink to enable a completely automated and on-demand Cloud Services Catalogue that will enable end-users to pick and choose their services instead of getting bare infrastructure resources,” added Mr. Giridhar. “This will help CIOs to offer the services needed by business users quickly and, thus, avoid the problem of Shadow IT.”

Nuvepro Technologies’ Nuvelink would allow enterprises and service providers to do the following:

  • Provide public cloud (Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure) to users / customers
  • Automatically provision cloud accounts for end users
  • Automatically track and meter usage and spend
  • Create a catalogue of cloud services by utilizing different cloud resources