Hybrid Cloud? No, We call it Dynamic Cloud

Break through the cloud vendor lock in, silos on managing different clouds, reduce costs and more...that's dynamic, not hybrid

Dynamic Future

Current Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds—both public and private—are not interoperable. As a result, cloud users find themselves locked into a single provider, which may not suit their needs.

A Dynamic multi-cloud deployment, on the other hand, facilitates fault tolerance strategies that can withstand the failure of an entire provider. Furthermore, multi-cloud deployments can offer new resource management and economic alternatives to would-be cloud users that are already managing their own elaborate private cloud infrastructures. If wellintegrated with private clouds, public clouds can provide an outlet for excess load or growth.

IaaS and PaaS on Dynamic Cloud

Today’s clouds lack the homogeneity necessary for cost-effective dynamic-cloud deployments. That is, a single VM image cannot be deployed unmodified on any IaaS cloud. Even worse, there is no consistent set of hypervisor-level services across providers

OCH not only help organizations to build a private cloud but also, create a common layer of virtualization across private and public clouds, where you can live migrate workloads, automatically deploy applications and much more.

Reduce Costs

OCH provides the capability of building Nested Virtualization on public cloud servers, reducing public cloud costs by 45%

One Cloud

Even if you are using AWS, GCE or Softlayer, OCH creates a single environment where you will be managing it all as if it was all part of your private cloud


Provision group of users to a specific set of public cloud servers or even QoS where their applications are going to be deployed based on your needs and definitions

Cloud Datacenter

With OCH and HyperTask, companies can create complete cloud datacenters based on public cloud servers and manage them as private

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