AT&T Launches Cloud Using Sun's Open Cloud Platform and Cloud APIs
By Nicole Maloney on Nov 16, 2009
Check out AT&T's release announcing its new Compute as a Service Cloud offering.
AT&T is using the Sun Cloud Open Cloud Platform, Sun Cloud APIs, cloud reference architecture and design expertise as the underlying infrastructure for its cloud offerings.
Working closely with Sun, AT&T is using the Sun Cloud APIs to create an environment that makes it easy for developers to build and deploy value-added services. In addition, AT&T has leveraged Sun’s Open Cloud Platform, including the Sun Blade Modular System 6000, Sun Storage 7410 Unified Storage System, Sun GlassFish Enterprise Service Bus and OpenSSO Enterprise, as well as Sun's design expertise to deliver a highly flexible and scalable infrastructure for public and private cloud offerings.
“Sun is committed to helping our customers and partners deliver public and private clouds that are cost effective, open and interoperable,” said Dave Douglas, senior vice president, Cloud Computing, Sun Microsystems. “AT&T’s network and operational excellence coupled with Sun’s Open Cloud Platform and Sun Cloud APIs delivers a revolutionary cloud offering. We’re excited to be working with AT&T to bring an enterprise-class, highly scalable offering that delivers choice and flexibility to market.”