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What is CloudBolt?

Deploys in minutes. Simple to use. Easy to extend. Centralize workload automation and orchestration, achieve unparalleled hybrid cloud visibility and cost-savings, and deliver self-service IT for your developers.
CloudBolt is a tool in the Multi Cloud Management category of a tech stack.

Who uses CloudBolt?


CloudBolt Integrations

Ansible, Terraform, Chef, OpenStack, and Azure Stack are some of the popular tools that integrate with CloudBolt. Here's a list of all 8 tools that integrate with CloudBolt.

Why developers like CloudBolt?

Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use CloudBolt
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CloudBolt's Features

  • Self-Service IT & User Empowerment
  • Multi-Cloud & Hypervisor Management
  • Brownfield Deployment & Discovery
  • Service Lifecycle Management & Orchestration
  • Role-Based Access Control & Governance
  • Centralized Management & Reporting
  • Cost Transparency & Service Health
  • Extensibility to Future & Legacy Technology

CloudBolt Alternatives & Comparisons

What are some alternatives to CloudBolt?
MongoDB Cloud Manager
It is a hosted platform for managing MongoDB on the infrastructure of your choice. It saves you time, money, and helps you protect your customer experience by eliminating the guesswork from running MongoDB.
Morpheus is a cloud application management and orchestration platform that works on any cloud or infrastructure, from AWS to bare metal. Enjoy complete cloud freedom with Morpheus.
Automation is the core of RightScale, freeing you to run efficient, scalable, and highly-available applications. Our multi-cloud integration enables you to choose your own clouds, providing freedom to work with any vendor in a rapidly changing market. And rest assured knowing that you have visibility and control over all of your resources in one place. To take advantage of best practices, we encourage you to tap into cloud expertise provided by our service, support, and partner networks when building and managing your infrastructure.
Scalr is not an infrastructure provider or reseller. The infrastructure you deploy on is yours: you give us the keys to your infrastructure cloud so we can make the API calls to the provider on your behalf and so we can also rev up or power down servers for you. When traffic piles up, Scalr detects the increased load, commissions new servers for you from the cloud, and then spreads the load. When using Scalr ConfigTemplates, you can easily make configuration changes for services such as MySQL and Apache. Scalr does the heavy work, pushing those changes out to your servers.
It is a complete and mature solution for both the stateless and stateful components of your backend.
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