UOL HOST innovates by offering an Openstack public cloud for Brazilian SMB market

SAO PAULO – UOL HOST, the hosting, web service and cloud computing unit at UOL, the largest Brazilian company in online content, digital and technology services, widened its Cloud Computing portfolio and is now offering a cloud service with OpenStack platform, which offers the client greater flexibility in creation and management in their computing environments.

The UOL HOST OpenStack platform offers full expense control with a pre-paid systems. The cloud is billed per hour up to its monthly cap, in Brazilian reais. The client can schedule monthly payment in a fixed amount via national credit card or add additional credits to his/her account anytime.


“UOL HOST is now offering a cloud computing platform with auto scaling, API, and all the flexibility offered by a public cloud developed, maintained and updated by developers, without creating a lock-in dependency on their Cloud providers”, says Roosevelt Nascimento, UOL product general manager. “With OpenStack platform, UOL HOST is a pioneer in the domestic market by offering a public cloud for retail, in a “self-service” model”, he added.

OpenStack is an open source platform which offers flexibility in creation and management of the computing environment and cloud storage, with a web based control panel and API for virtual machine management, networking, discs and load balancing.

For more information, go to: uolhost.com.br/openstack

About UOL HOST
It’s the UOL Group storage and service unit, with 20 years experience, an unparalleled internet brand in Brazil. Developed in 2008, UOL HOST is one of the main players in the hosting, cloud computing, and domain registration markets in the country, and offers products and services to small and medium sized companies to have a presence on the internet.

UOL HOST offers Domain Registration, Website Hosting, Hosting Resale, and Cloud Computing, among other services, always relying on a trustworthy and readiness of a modern IT infrastructure, composed of one of the largest Data Centers in Latin America. Go to: www.uolhost.com.br

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