Enomaly Launches SpotCloud Cloud Computing Marketplace
Enomaly Inc., the leading provider of infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS) cloud computing software, announced today that it has launched the beta of SpotCloud (http://www.spotcloud.com) the first clearinghouse cloud computing market.
For service providers in the cloud platform market SpotCloud provides an easy way to sell unused capacity tag. Cloud providers can use to clean SpotCloud unused capacity and sell the inventory of computers that would otherwise go unsold, allowing greater use and income, without jeopardizing their standard pricing.
In order to avoid direct competition with the regular retail services in the cloud, SpotCloud uses a “opaque” sales model, similar to sites like Hotwire.com. The utility meters SpotCloud, tracks, and ticket buyers the ability, the ability of vendors and pay directly.
Buyers tag capacity, bridges many different providers SpotCloud regional tag, which allows buyers to find the best suppliers at the best price tag. SpotCloud serves as a central place to find and buy computing power, based on performance parameters, cost and location, through a simple and easy to use web panel and APIs.
Gartner analyst Daryl Plummer said that by the year 2015 “tag service agents will be the fastest growing revenue opportunity,” will say that “20 percent of services in the cloud is consumed through an intermediary .
“The market-driven approach to SpotCloud is a game changer for buyers and providers of cloud computing resources,” said Reuven Cohen, founder and CTO Enomaly. “For service providers, SpotCloud allows the most important feature – the ability to make more money. Each service provider can set prices for excess capacity offered by service and adjust these according to time and use . For consumers, SpotCloud provides a secure central location of buying from a global pool of suppliers at competitive prices. “