CloudBolt vs Scalr
Last updated: November 18, 2020
CloudBolt's hybrid cloud management platform enables enterprise IT departments to efficiently build, deploy, and manage private and public clouds.
The Scalr Cloud Management Platform packages all the cloud best practices in an extensible piece of software, giving your engineers the head start they need to finally focus on creating customer value, not on solving cloud problems. Deploying infrastructure across multiple and largely incompatible cloud platforms? Scalr is a single pane of glass for all your cloud resources. It lets you access them through a single, unified, user interface.
CloudBolt vs Scalr in our news:
2020. Cloudbolt announces $35M to help manage hybrid clouds
CloudBolt, a startup that helps companies manage hybrid cloud environments, announced a $35 million Series B investment today. The move to cloud and DevOps, which was supposed to simplify everything, has actually created new complexity, and the tools CloudBolt sells are designed to help companies reduce some of that added complexity. What they do is provide a way to automate, secure and optimize their workloads, regardless of the tools or approach to infrastructure they are using. CloudBolt was founded in 2012 and has around 200 customers.
2014. Cloud management service Scalr brings new insights to developers, IT, and finance departments
A new version of cloud management tool Scalr adds new features for the developers, IT and finance departments of cloud-using companies. With Scalr 5.0, for example, IT pros can set up policies to prevent deployment of workloads to the wrong cloud resources. For developers, Scalr 5.0 now supports webhooks, so Scalr ships off notifications of important events to the customers’ external configuration management database (CMDB) or other audit systems. And for the finance types, Scalr collects metadata about all cloud resources — who launched this instance and when, what jobs is it performing. Scalr works with AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform and various OpenStack and other private clouds. Rivals in this arena include RightScale and Dell’s Enstratius.