|Headquarters||Palo Alto, California, USA|
|Ruslan Synytskyy (CEO)|
|Services||PaaS, CaaS, Cloud Hosting, Private Cloud, Public Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, Multicloud|
Jelastic is a cloud services provider that combines PaaS (Platform as a Service) and CaaS (Container as a Service) in a single package for hosting providers, telecommunication companies, enterprises and developers. The platform is available as public cloud in more than 60 data centers worldwide, private cloud (virtual and on premise), hybrid and multicloud. Jelastic provides support of Java, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, Python, .NET, Go environments and custom Docker containers.
In 2013-2015 the platform added support of PHP, Ruby, Python, Node.js, .NET and support of Docker containers. The latest runtime addition was in 2017 by integrating GoLang. In 2014, there was introduced private cloud solution, and in 2015 the platform could be already used as a hybrid and multi-cloud.
Jelastic closed a set of funding rounds from Runa Capital, Almaz Capital Partners and Foresight Ventures and Maxfield Capital.
On June, 2013 Jelastic announced the hiring of Mark Zbikowski, a former Microsoft architect and contributor to MS-DOS, as a senior adviser. On July 2013, Rasmus Lerdorf, creator of PHP, joined Jelastic as a senior adviser.
- Languages: Java, PHP, Ruby, Node.js, Python, .NET, Go
- Virtualization: Docker, Virtuozzo
- Load-Balancers: NGINX, Apache, HAProxy, Varnish
- Application Servers: Tomcat, GlassFish, Jetty, Payara, Apache, NGINX PHP, NGINX Ruby, SmartFoxServer, Railo, SpringBoot, TomEE, WildFly, JBoss
- Databases: MySQL, MariaDB, Percona, PostgreSQL, Redis, Neo4j, MongoDB, Cassandra, CouchDB, OrientDB
- VPS: CentOS, Ubuntu, Windows VPS
- Additional: Maven, Memcached, Storage
- Integrated IDEs: IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, NetBeans
The platform can be installed on bare metal or any IaaS as public cloud, VPC, private on-premise, hybrid or multi-cloud.
Jelastic PaaS can be installed and fully configured by Jelastic Ops team, or this can be performed automatically on top of Google Cloud and MS Azure, as well as on top of bare metal using an ISO image.
Jelastic provides pay-as-you-use pricing model within public cloud. Resources are charged on hourly base: RAM and CPU (cloudlet resource unit), Disk space, External traffic, Public IP and SSL. The price for each resource unit depends on the chosen hosting provider and can be estimated on a monthly, daily or hourly base within dev panel. Cloud hosting expenses can be tracked and optimized using built-in billing details for whole account or specific application.
Private cloud installation is charged monthly on a license base per physical server. There are two types of licensing - for installation with further self-administering and for installation with managed services.
Partnership with service providers is built on franchise model with revenue sharing.
Jelastic is installed by a wide range of hosting providers and telcos, among them are DataCenter Finland, Telecom Italia, eApps, Locaweb, PrimeTel, Layershift, Elastx, innofield and others.
Also, Jelastic is used by system integrators and companies from different spheres (finance, software, sport, gaming etc.) like FA Solutions, The International Football Association Board, GMV, G5 Games, Miele, Phillips Lightening and others.
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