1-Net joins Ubuntu Certified Public Cloud

Canonical

on 26 October 2015

Canonical is pleased to welcome 1-Net Singapore Pte Ltd, a subsidiary of MediaCorp, as its first Certified Public Cloud partner in South East Asia.

1-Net has initially enabled a suite of Infrastructure as a Service products and will quickly move into offering Software as a Service plans. Its public IaaS service – Alchemy – provides a low cost, high performance, highly available and secure utility computing cloud platform.

Alchemy IaaS environments are built on the philosophy that high-performance, robust and secure infrastructure are keys to deploying a quality product. 1-Net takes an intelligent approach to the architectural design and software selection and doesn’t rely on expensive hardware or complex branded software.

1-Net’s participation in the Certified Public Cloud programme enables an optimized and efficient developer experience on the most widely used cloud operating system in the world with Ubuntu. They will also receive frequent, regular and trusted updates of the latest secure Ubuntu images. As an added value to Alchemy users, 1-Net will include an extra level of comfort with Ubuntu Advantage guest support included with all Ubuntu guests.

1-Net will be at Cloud Expo Asia 2015 in Singapore on October 28th and 29th. Please visit them!

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