G2iX Morph CloudServer Appliance Is Based on IBM BladeCenter
Manila-based G2iX is offering its Morph CloudServer, an appliance housed in an IBM BladeCenter solution designed to make it easier for businesses to get a private cloud up and running. G2iX is using the same industry-standard technologies as those used by Amazon and Eucalyptus. The Morph CloudServer supports Linux, Solaris and Windows, as well as Java, Ruby on Rails and PHP.A company called G2iX is offering an appliance based on IBM's BladeCenter system designed to give businesses an easy and affordable way to create a private cloud computing environment. G2iX-or Global Gateway Innovation Exchange-introduced its Morph CloudServer Oct. 7 at the ITU Telecom World conference in Los Angeles.
The Morph CloudServer includes 100 virtual machines housed in an IBM BladeCenter system that company officials say is based on the same standards used by Amazon's EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) and Eucalyptus Systems with its open-source cloud solution.