Stratoscale Symphony 3.2 is live offering new features and bug fixes that enable enterprises to immediately adopt a hybrid cloud strategy.
Symphony’s latest version (3.2), which was released on January 5, 2017, includes 97 new features and bug fixes, such as:
- S3 API supports multi-tenancy: Now tenants can only access their own buckets and objects.
- VMs IP: Users can pre-define VMs’ IP during the VM creation process.
- Read-Only admin: Symphony’s user management capabilities offer a “read-only” role, specifically tailored for NOC operators. The login token can be valid for 30 days.
- Branded GUI: Customers can add their logo to Symphony’s dashboard to offer users and tenants a branded experience.
Symphony can be deployed in minutes, transforming any x86 server into an elastic and AWS-compatible cloud capacity. Coupled with robust cloud services, Symphony enables IT to offer their users and tenants a true cloud experience without compromising on control and resiliency