Following the establishment of a local presence in India, Taiwan and Hungary, Aptira is now turning its attention to the US amid intense competition. Acquiring new customers is high on the agenda.
Aptira, one of the few commercial providers for OpenStack-based cloud offerings to emerge in Australia, has expended its service footprint in India with the delivery of managed services and consulting engagements targeting enterprises and service providers looking to deploy their own clouds based on OpenStack.
At 451 Research, we are tracking nearly 60 vendors that have embraced OpenStack as a source of revenue. As the open source platform matures, so do the business models supporting it.
Given their sheer size, China and India are often viewed as markets with great potential for the proliferation of OpenStack. But the reality, mind you, is somewhat different from what industry players think it is.
The four-year-old Australian hoster Aptira has expanded its service reach with OpenStack-based private cloud deployments in Asia and beyond.