City Network joins the OpenStack Public Cloud Passport Program
Today in Sydney, OpenStack public cloud providers from around the world, in collaboration with the OpenStack foundation, launched the OpenStack Public Cloud Passport program, giving potential users free trials of OpenStack public clouds to find the open cloud that’s right for them.
City Network is a proud OpenStack Passport Provider with our IaaS City Cloud, assuring our cloud customers are free to roam the cloud right for them. New customers can trial the OpenStack Passport from 10 founding public clouds providers via openstack.org/passport – City Cloud is providing free trials for $100 of credit.
“The launch of the the OpenStack Passport program here in Sydney, by open cloud providers worldwide, is the first step in our shared commitment to customer service,” said the Chair of OpenStack’s Public Cloud Working Group, Tobias Rydberg: “This is just the beginning , more public cloud providers will join the program, adding customer value for more locations, languages and legalities”.
To get started using City Cloud via your passport today, please follow these instructions: http://citycloud.com/trial/
City Network is a leading provider of IT infrastructure services.
The company provides public, private and hybrid cloud solutions based on OpenStack from more than 20 data centers around the world. Through its industry specific IaaS City Cloud, it can ensure that customers comply with demands originating from specific laws and regulations concerning auditing, reputability, data handling and data security such as Basel, Solvency and GDPR. City Network is certified according to ISO 9001, 14001, 27001, 27010, 27013, 27015, 27017 and 27018 – internationally recognized standards for quality, sustainability and information security.