IT Services Announces OpenStack Automated Installation Project


GAINESVILLESynergetic logo-Veteran owned Synergetic Associates, LLC announced today significant progress in their OpenStack automated installation project targeted at achieving greater adoption and use for the struggling open source community Cloud Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS) effort. Company officials described efforts as “on track” to deliver a Unix and Web browser based automated installation product featuring all nine installation elements no later than Sep 30, 2013 (i.e., compute, object storage, image service, identity, dashboard, networking, block storage, metering, and basic cloud orchestration & service definition).

Details on specific application functionality is being closely guarded, but Company officials did disclose that users can expect a rich commercial quality Graphical User Interface (GUI) providing simple workflow based installation services removing all the guess work from an OpenStack deployment (i.e., absolutely no command line entry).

Synergetic Associates, LLC officials as do many industry leaders, expect OpenStack will rapidly capture increased market share through the use of improved installation and deployment guides. Synergetic Associates, LLC is taking those sorely needed improvements a giant step further by automating the complete installation and project delivering functionality for each of the nine OpenStack elements.

To get involved in this project search for the Synergetic Associates, LLC project titled: “OpenStack Automated Installation Application.” A wide variety of kickstarter crowd funding opportunities have been defined paying back investors with a tiered selection of user and site installation licenses.

More information is expected to be released following a shareholder meeting on 30 September, 2013. 

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