Media Coverage

Apcera’s New Platform Brings Legacy Applications into the Container Fold

November 01, 2016

With a launch of a new enterprise platform, Apcera is doubling down on support for containerizing legacy applications, one for both for both existing and cloud-native apps.

The Apcera Container Management Platform extends its offering across multi-cloud capabilities, policy and government, networking and container orchestration.

The company also announced integration between its Community Edition and Amazon EC2 Container Service, Google Compute Engine and Microsoft Azure as well as enhanced OpenStack support to make it easier to move workloads from one infrastructure to another.

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Apcera Rolls Out Its Container Management Platform

November 01, 2016

The best of both worlds? A management platform that spans cloud-native and legacy apps sure sounds like it.

At its heart, Apcera is a container management platform that allows organizations to deploy, orchestrate and govern cloud-native and legacy applications across on-premises, cloud or hybrid environments. Part of its value proposition are included tools to help containerize those pesky legacy applications. Apcera offers container workflow, orchestration, scheduling, storage, networking, plus a container engine—in other words, all of the component pieces organizations need to run these applications.

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Apcera pitches escape from IT hamster wheel

November 01, 2016

Apcera, a San Francisco-based maker of container management software, on Tuesday plans to update the Apcera Platform with capabilities to help enterprises deal with containers more effectively.

Apcera's software allows companies to deploy and manage cloud-native and legacy applications using on-premises, hybrid, or cloud infrastructure. It simplifies container workflows, orchestration, scheduling, storage, and networking.

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Apcera formally announces its enterprise container management platform

November 01, 2016

“It has been the whole story from the beginning, but it wasn’t messaged that way until now,” said Mark Thiele, Apcera’s Chief Strategy Officer. “What we are trying to do now is get across the notion of it being a container management platform, which is what it has been from the beginning. It’s just that when we started, it was simply too early for container management as a concept. A big part of this announcement is framing more effectively for the modern market who we are and what we do.”

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Press Releases

ESG Recognizes Apcera As The Most Secure and Trustworthy Container Management Platform

October 25, 2016

Apcera, the leader in enterprise container management, today announced that Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) has published a new report titled, “Apcera: A Container Management Platform Built for Secure and Trustworthy Operations.” ESG describes the Apcera Platform as a “container management platform that is designed for legacy and modern applications with security and trustworthy operations in mind,” and details Apcera’s suitability for production as well as its use of policy and governance, differentiating it from other solutions on the market.

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451 Research Recognizes Apcera as a Leader in Emerging Category of Enterprise Container Management and Microservices

September 30, 2016

Apcera today announced that 451 Research has published a new report titled, “Apcera Steps Up In Fight To Support Enterprise Containers At Scale With Security”. 451 Research describes the Apcera Platform as “a secure and complete, policy-driven container management platform that can support containers and cloud-native applications, as well as modernizing x86 applications,” and details Apcera’s strength and leading position as a true, enterprise-grade container management platform.

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Apcera Recognized as a CRN 2016 Emerging Vendor

July 21, 2016

Apcera, the leader in trust-first computing, today announced that it has been named a CRN 2016 Emerging Vendor. This annual list recognizes standout companies that are shaping the future of the IT channel through unique technological innovations. Additionally, it serves as a valuable resource for solution providers looking to expand their portfolios with cutting-edge technology.

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Apcera Introduces NATS Streaming

July 12, 2016

Apcera, the leader in trust-first computing, today announced NATS Streaming. NATS, sponsored by Apcera, is a highly performant, secure and simple open source messaging platform used by leading companies like Ericsson, Baidu, HTC, Siemens, Pivotal and VMware. Available today, NATS Streaming adds key features that enable support for new classes of applications such as IoT and big data analytics. NATS Streaming is tightly coupled but loosely integrated with NATS, providing enterprise grade features without sacrificing NATS’ core simplicity and performance advantages over alternative products such as Kafka and RabbitMQ.

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About Apcera

Apcera is the market leading enterprise-grade container management platform — driven by security and policy — that gives IT leaders the confidence and control to drive innovation and move faster, securely. Built for cloud-native as well as legacy applications, Apcera lets IT teams containerize, deploy, orchestrate and govern a vast range of workloads across on-premises, cloud and hybrid environments. Fully integrated and completely turnkey, only Apcera offers industry-leading agility and time-to-value without sacrificing security or control.

Apcera enables key enterprise use cases including deploying Docker in production securely and at scale, legacy application modernization and hybrid cloud mobility. Global 2000 companies use Apcera to lower CapEx and OpEx, improve time to market and reduce risk.

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