Tailored CMP for Service Providers


Looking for a comprehensive and feature rich cloud management platform to create and offer your own IaaS? With Qstack, service providers can deploy a fully automated white label portal that offers geographic flexibility and scalability with hosted private and public cloud capabilities.

Qstack hybrid cloud

Qstack offers a range of specific cloud services for Service Providers

Multi-Service Capabilities
With Qstack, service providers can build and sell public cloud services, provide sub-providers with their own managed and white labeled interface or offer a managed, virtual or hosted private cloud to enterprise customers. Service providers can offer tiered service levels by enabling resources running on industry leading hypervisor infrastructure, including VMware vSphere, Microsoft Hyper-V and KVM as well as bare-metal provisioning.

Chargeback and Billing
Qstack logs all usage data and provides a complete overview of resource utilization and usage breakdown, complete with chargeback features that can easily be exported for different ERP systems such as SAP and Microsoft Dynamics. Supported formats are CSV and JSON. Billing information can also be fetched directly via API.

 
 

Ready-To-Use Templates
Qstack offers ready-to-use Windows® and Linux® templates for virtual machine and bare metal instances, with additional templates available by special request. All major common operating systems that can be virtualized are supported, and users can create their own templates from an instance or a snapshot for reusability. Qstack administrator can also create, configure and upload templates themselves and make available to other users. ISO files can be used to spin up instances or be attached to instances. Templates and ISOs can be shared among users within the same isolated company account.

Flexible and Tiered-Storage Support
With Qstack service providers can implement different levels of tiered-storage offerings, including all-Flash storage or more economical HDD storage. Qstack also supports several Object storage platforms.

Secure Isolation of Customer Accounts
Qstack can integrate with any traditional network topology. The management traffic can be fully isolated from the production environment and guest traffic through either separate physical network interfaces or tagged/untagged VLAN segregation. ,In its advanced networking implementation state, Qstack provides additional network separation via VLANs isolation and customer-controllable software firewalls per account and project.

Industry Standard API Support
By supporting the EC2 API, customers can take advantage of the development and automation tools they already know from AWS. There is no need to learn or adapt to new tools or API’s. With Qstack you can connect multiple location or data centers together and manage the workload on each one of them via the EC2 API or via the award winning UI. Qstack application layer is based on Google’s Kubernetes and exposes the Kubernetes API in a secure manner.

 
 

Customizable service offerings
Through Qstack’s customizable service offering capabilities, service providers can easily create different compute and storage tiers that are apply to customer needs. Allocate resources in alignment with customer requirements and maximize the resource utilization levels for better ROI.

Configurable and white label UI
Qstack’s web control panel can be configured and white labelled towards the service provider branding policies. Everything can be managed from the UI, from system configuration to instance root access. The UI is HTML5 compliant and has integrated clientless remote desktop gateway, supporting standard protocols like VNC, RDP and SSH.

Hosted Private Cloud
Service providers can leverage Qstack to implement a single-tenant, dedicated, hosted private clouds for enterprise customers.
A hosted private cloud entails increased agility and customization options, enhanced security and higher performance levels, compared to public cloud services. Qstack addresses the security and high-performance workload demands required for hosted private cloud deployments.

Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)
Cloud service providers can extend their public cloud offering by implementing a fully brandable VPC for their customers. The VPC offering can if requested be on totally isolated resources (compute and storage) and customers can bring their own IP range. VPC can be a requirement for enterprise customers due to compliancy restrictions and whereas they might not be allowed to run on shared resources in a multi-tenant environment.

Scalability and multiple locations
Qstack is a highly scalable cloud management platform and service providers can offer customers access to multiple availability regions. Implementing Qstack in different datacenters allows for this extended service offering. Customers can therefore obtain resource availability in multiple locations and service providers benefit from increased service levels.