SURE! Achieves certification with OpenStack Platform:
Today Magnaquest, the leading provider of Billing, CRM & Subscription Management solution, announced that its flagship commercial product, SURE!, is tested and certified to Integrate with OpenStack platform. This certification ensures consistent performance and compatibility between the two solutions. This certification requires an comprehensive test suite with OpenStack APIs and other functions in OpenStack platform.
“OpenStack is rapidly growing and becoming the first choice for many enterprise Cloud Infra service providers. Service providers are looking for fully tested, certified solutions to have competitive advantage and to minimize time to market. This certification helps service providers in simplifying the deployments. We are pleased to be part of OpenStack platform ecosystem, which gives our mutual customers confidence that our solutions have been tested and work well together”, said Ramakrishna Mashetty, CMO, Magnaquest.
“We work closely with ecosystem solution vendors like OpenStack to help service providers in rolling out their services quickly. We look forward to continued partnership with OpenStack”, he added.
SURE! from Magnaquest Technologies, is a global provider of Billing and CRM solutions for Broadband, Pay TV, Utilities and Cloud service providers. SURE!, a Magnaquest Product, is Subscription Lifecycle Management suite with end-to-end solutions including Billing, CRM, Service Fulfilment, Customer Service, Metered and Convergent Billing, Rating, Charging, Pre-Paid and Post-Paid Enablement, among others. Magnaquest serves 180+ satisfied customers in 30+ countries. For more information about SURE! and Magnaquest Technologies, please visit magnaquestwpengine.com or magnaquestwpengine.com.
OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a data center. All of the above components are managed through a dashboard which gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface. More specifically though, it is a collection of open source software that allows us to perform certain functions on the cloud. OpenStack was a pilot project launched by Rackspace and NASA which was founded in July 2010. The purpose behind the project was to provide open source software that enables any organization to create and offer cloud computing services running on standardized hardware. For more information, please visit www.openstack.org