Stabile Cloud

Features and Security

Stabile Cloud is of course powered by our Open Source infrastructure software Stabile, which provides all of the features you need to run and manage legacy workloads (i.e. Windows Servers) as well as microservices (i.e. Kubernetes), securely and with great performance. To read more about the specifics, please read the documentation for the Stabile software.
Stabile Cloud is run in SAE 3402 and/or ISO27001 compliant data centers in Denmark. The physcial security of these locations is top-notch.

But data security is more than physical security. In our view the defining feature of enforceable and validable data security is transparency. This is a major difference between public clouds like AWS and Azure: the orchestration sofware that runs these is not open, it is very much closed – you simply do not know what is going on with your data in these clouds, so how can you know anything about the security of your data? With Stabile Cloud on the other hand, you have complete transparency, because you have access to the software that runs it, and even can choose to download and host your own cloud.

Moving Legacy Workloads to Stabile Cloud

Many organizations still run large collections of legacy workloads (i.e. Windows Servers) in their own server rooms or with a hosting provider, and maintain all the infrastructure needed for this, like backup services, a operations team on-duty 24/7, etc. This is costing a lot of money, that could be better spent on new services. This is why Stabile Cloud allows you to run any legacy workload – not just a curated selection of prepackaged images. In fact you can import any VMware image directly into Stabile Cloud and run your old Windows server without complications.
To get help moving your legacy workloads to Stabile Cloud and shut down your old servers,  schedule a meeting with out team, and sign up for CloudShift. In most cases your servers and storage can be moved to Stabile Cloud and tested in a matter of a few weeks.

Running microservices in Stabile Cloud

Most organizations are looking to implement new services as microservices. Usually this means packaging applications as container images, and running them in Kubernetes. This is why Stabile and by extension Stabile Cloud has strong support for Kubernetes – both for development and production. Using our pre-packaged Kubernetes stack, you can get a multi-node Kubernetes cluster up and running in just a couple of minutes. Our Kubernetes stack includes support for Kubernetes load-balancers and includes both local and shared storage classes.