GreatResponder.com on April 28, 2012: Jelastic Java hosting for cloud platform runs any Java application and auto-scales so easily. web hosting ServInt and Jelastic announce officially on both web sites that they start partnership and the availability of Jelastic for ServInt hosting packages with no special coding required.
ServInt is a web hosting provider business globally and was founded in 1995, ServInt was one of the first web hosting companies to offer a managed, dedicated server solution, and one of the original innovators in server virtualization — the cornerstone of VPS and Cloud hosting technology today. The company is the exclusive provider of Jelastic cloud hosting services in the United States and North America, and the first service provider to offer Jelastic commercially. Jelastic is fully compatible with all major Java software stacks, including Tomcat, GlassFish and Jetty application servers – as well as with SQL (MariaDB, PostgreSQL, MySQL) and NoSQL (MongoDB, CouchDB) databases.The company now offers hosting products in both the IaaS and PaaS categories, with more cloud offerings and enhancements scheduled for release soon.
“This isn’t the first PaaS solution on the market – even for Java – but it’s the first one that leverages best-of-breed systems from both the hosting and the PaaS software industries,” said ServInt CEO Reed Caldwell. “The folks at Jelastic are amazing software developers. We are a world-class hosting provider. Too many PaaS providers try to be too many things to too many people, and that lack of focus makes them ineffective. We have collaborated directly with Jelastic every step of the way to ensure that Jelastic is the best designed, most reliable and best supported PaaS on the market.”
Jelastic COO Dmitry Sotnikov added, “Since we launched our public beta in October of last year, we have been growing at a rapid pace. Demand hasn’t slowed and the question of commercial availability has become even more frequent. Today, through our U.S. partner ServInt, Jelastic is now commercially available. This is a major step toward making our vision of a truly global, no lock-in, standards-based Java PaaS a reality.”