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Electric Cloud Partners With Eucalyptus Systems and rPath to Power Private Development Clouds

SUNNYVALE, Calif. Jan. 25, 2011

Mike Maciag

Eucalyptus Systems, creator of the Eucalyptus private cloud platform, transforms compute resources into secure, massively scalable private and hybrid clouds. ElectricCommander interfaces directly with Eucalyptus to automatically provide development with the compute resources they need whether they are inside or outside the firewall.

Matt Reid

rPath, the service factory for on-demand IT, automates software system construction, deployment and maintenance on private and hybrid clouds. ElectricCommander now integrates with rPath to provide fully automated software development on the private cloud. With Electric Cloud and rPath, enterprise software development can automatically define their development process and workflows, automatically construct the systems required to run them in the private cloud and execute them with the touch of a button.

Jake Sorofman

ElectricCommander 3.8, available now, connects the machines, tools, and processes already in place and creates a private development cloud where developers find precisely the services and resources they need.  With the push of a button, any developer can harness the power of the private cloud and get as many machines as they need to run compute intensive tasks such as build, test and deploy.  

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