Cisco today said KPIT Technologies, Holtzbrinck Publishing Group, and the Salvation Army are using Cisco Intercloud Fabric to deploy a single operational model across dev/test, quality assurance and production environments.
Cisco also named 35 independent software vendors (ISVs) to accelerate cloud services for Intercloud to boost its Internet of Everything (IoE) business – at Cisco Live.
The latest 10 Intercloud partners include Cirrity, Datalink, iland, Long View, Peak 10, Presidio, QTS, Quest, Sungard Availability Services and Virtustream.
Cisco and partners will offer cloud services to customers via Cisco Intercloud Marketplace. Cisco plans to open the Intercloud Marketplace in fall of 2015.
The Cisco Intercloud Marketplace application developers and service partners include: ActiveState, Apprenda, Basho, Chef, Citrix, CliQr, Cloud Enabled, CloudBerry Lab, Cloudera, Cloudify, CloudLink, Couchbase, CTERA, Datadog, Davra Networks, desktopsites, Druva, Egnyte, ElasticBox, F5 Networks, Hortonworks, Informatica, MapR, MongoDB, Moonwalk, Nirmata, Panzura,Pegasystems, Platfora, Sanovi, ScaleArc, Skytree, StoAmigo, Talisen Technologies and Zenoss.
With its latest release, Cisco Intercloud Fabric continues to simplify the hybrid cloud by expanding its “Any VM, Any Cloud” promise in three key areas: security, control and flexibility.
Cisco in a statement issued on Wednesday said that its Intercloud Fabric simplifies the hybrid cloud by taking the complexity out of heterogeneous environments. The software covers all major public clouds and majority of hypervisor deployments.