In many areas, data centers, telecom, and ISP providers are considering establishing a regional public cloud to provide a wholly self-served and automated cloud service similar to AWS (Amazon Web Services) or Google Cloud.
The demand for data localization, combined with the reality that hyper-scale cloud companies do not have data centers in most countries, are the key drivers of this trend. Stack Console has successfully created AWS-like but highly localized cloud infrastructure for ISPs, data centers, and telecoms in emerging nations and mature technology markets to suit their extremely technical data regulations.
Furthermore, we have observed an increase in demand for domestic public cloud among local enterprises, government organizations, banking and finance institutions, owing to cloud computing’s ability to help organizations cut costs on hardware, software, preservation, and staff, as well as deploy a wide range of business applications that can be run from anywhere.
This is why establishing a domestic public cloud provides an opportunity to seek out local ISPs, telecommunications, and data center service providers, since they already have the necessary base infrastructure in place to build a cloud arrangement. They also have a stable of business customers and are well-versed in the needs of the local market.
They already have the necessary assets to offer cloud services. Building a successful cloud business, on the other hand, necessitates the use of the appropriate technology, and the cloud platform chosen is critical.
Discover more about our ways and how it can power a public cloud for data centers, ISPs, and telcos in the following sections: To begin, there are three components to providing an AWS-like public cloud service:
Cloud Architecture Design – creating a scalable and reliable cloud architecture.
Technology stack — one that is well-suited to dealing with cost and scale issues.
Cloud platform — a user-friendly and simple-to-manage cloud management system.
Modernized cloud design with hardware agnostic architecture
We employ a modernized strategy, design roadmap, and scalability route to jumpstart your cloud business. Our team of cloud professionals and network architects customizes your cloud to meet the specific needs of your location. We offer alternative, localized cloud services based on open-source virtualized technologies that are not bound by costly enterprise-license agreements. You’d be able to provide cost-effective cloud IaaS to a specified segment of users due to this. The underlying hardware layers are connected to cloud designs. We focus on creating hardware-agnostic solutions that operate well regardless of the underlying hardware using open-source virtualization and orchestration layers.
Technology with fully open-source elements for overlooking and support
Our technology stack is made up of open-source technologies and automated procedures that are incredibly efficient. The deployments are completed in a short amount of time, and the total cost of ownership is very affordable. The days when service providers could earn money by deploying proprietary stacks from massive vendors are long gone. Adopting an open architecture has numerous advantages. It helps to keep prices down. You can keep your input costs low and develop a competitive business case by utilizing open-source software and commodity hardware. Our stack is made up of open-source technologies and automated procedures that are incredibly efficient. The deployments are completed in a short amount of time, and the total cost of ownership is very affordable.
The days when service providers could earn money by deploying proprietary stacks from massive vendors are long gone. Adopting an open architecture has numerous advantages. It helps to keep prices down. You can keep your input costs low and develop a competitive business case by utilizing open-source software and commodity hardware.
Backed by Apache CloudStack
The most excellent fit for developing a public cloud that provides Infrastructure-as-a-Service is Apache CloudStack (IaaS). For creating a public cloud infrastructure, we strongly prefer to use Apache CloudStack as part of our cloud architecture. Apache CloudStack, is exceptionally stable, easy to deploy, manage, and upgrade, and supports all cloud infrastructure use cases. With CloudStack, we can create cloud services that allow virtual machines to be self-serviced and significantly reduce operational responsibilities.
Stack Console — cloud management platform
We’ve developed an integrated cloud management platform, which is essential for providing a seamless cloud purchasing experience. Stack Console is a one-of-a-kind turnkey solution for emerging market service providers, taking care of all areas of technology and business to provide regional cloud services. It’s designed on open-source components to save money upfront, and it features a multi-dimensional marketplace for IaaS and XaaS use cases. It also comes with a cloud monetization and customer lifecycle management suite, and it’s localized, right down to the language and brand guidelines of the service provider.
- CMP with a white label and a marketplace
- Billing for your public cloud on a subscription basis
- Create a subscription-based, multi-dimensional, multi-service, multi-cloud marketplace.
- Through Stack Console, you may sell “Anything as a Service” or Xaas
- Marketing cloud services with marketing elements built-in