Atomia bundles Canonical’s BootStack to deliver a fully managed solution for the hosting industry

We are pleased to announce Atomia AB as the newest member of our Reseller Programme.  This programme lets solution providers integrate Canonical’s best-of-breed products and services as part of their portfolio, offering customers the best OpenStack experience. As part of the programme, Atomia will offer its customers Canonical’s BootStack, the managed private cloud offering that delivers the best OpenStack experience in the easiest possible way. Bootstack builds and operates Ubuntu OpenStack clouds with Canonical’s orchestration, provisioning and management tools: MAAS, Juju and Landscape.

Atomia’s Cloud Hosting Platform provides a complete, centrally managed web hosting solution, delivered on top of OpenStack, including control panels for end users and support staff, billing, provisioning, and more. BootStack takes away the pain of managing the underlying infrastructure where Atomia’s Cloud Hosting Platform sits, allowing the customers to focus on their core hosting business administration.

“With their in-depth OpenStack expertise, Canonical is a fantastic partner for us,” says Magnus Hult, CEO of Atomia. “The Atomia cloud hosting platform leverages OpenStack to give our customers the ability to create both private and public clouds. Now that they can elect to have Canonical set up and manage their entire OpenStack cloud with BootStack, it will be even easier for them to get started. This partnership with Canonical is obviously a great match, and makes our software platform even more turnkey and easy to use”

Atomia and Canonical will promote this bundled solution in the coming hosting and OpenStack events, starting with the OpenStack Summit, Paris week commencing 3rd November. If you are interested in knowing more about Canonical’s BootStack and Atomia, or about Canonical’s tools, please drop by the Ubuntu booth C8 or schedule a meeting at sales@canonical.com. To read more from Atomia on this announcement, click here.

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