MCP Technology Partner Catalog
Mirantis Cloud Platform (MCP) represents an evolution of open cloud technology — deployed and lifecycle-managed with CI/CD and DevOps tooling; complete with built-in metering and monitoring; able to host VM, container, and bare-metal workloads; and engineered for simplicity, stability, performance, and scale. Based on open source frameworks like OpenStack and Kubernetes, MCP is compatible with a wide range of hardware and with select compute, storage, and networking infrastructure, examples of which are shown below.
Avi Networks and Mirantis are working together to offer elastic application delivery and powerful application analytics in Mirantis Cloud Platform OpenStack and Kubernetes, evolving Avi Networks' next-generation ADC with integrated visibility and analytics.
Mirantis and Dell EMC have partnered to test and validate a broad range of Dell EMC data center hardware for interoperability with Mirantis Cloud Platform. Mirantis and Dell EMC seek to help joint customers architect, provision and integrate high-performing, highly available, and cost-efficient open clouds for a broad range of application and workload types. Dell EMC's parent, Dell Technologies, is also an investor in Mirantis.
Mirantis and Fujitsu are collaborating to ensure interoperability of Mirantis Cloud Platform with Fujitsu data center hardware.
Mirantis Cloud Platform supports a wide range of Intel datacenter infrastructure. The roadmap for MCP reflects collaboration by Intel, Google, and Mirantis to enable Kubernetes to work as the underlying orchestration engine for containerized OpenStack; work begun under the Intel Cloud for All initiative. Intel Capital is also an investor in Mirantis. Visit the Mirantis Partner Page on Intel's Cloud Builders ecology website.
Mirantis and Talligent are partnering to simplify open cloud management with clear visibility and actionable insights into your cloud costs and consumption.