According to the company its core product, Infrastructure and Middleware on Demand (IMOD), makes it easier for individuals and businesses to implement on-demand infrastructure and middleware and run secure and scalable web services and applications.
IMOD enables users to manage infrastructure as a unified system by tapping the capabilities of cloud computing. It enables users to bring online, one or multi-server systems for running applications along with a simple interface to schedule automatic data backups for business continuity. Users can easily monitor resources used by their applications and set up alerts to proactively manage application service levels
IMOD even provides a point and click interface to secure data in the clouds through the National Security Association’s recommended AES-256 bit data encryption. It allows users to easily and securely connect to servers, transfer data to and from internal data centers and configure custom firewall rules on cloud servers.
Jamal Mazhar, Founder and CEO of Kaavo said in a statement, “Through patent-pending technology, we are pleased to launch IMOD and provide simplicity, flexibility and security for users. This in turn, allows them to focus on innovation and core business activities necessary for business growth.”
He said the company will enable organizations to effectively reap the benefits of cloud computing and to maximize fewer resources. This is particularly critical given current economic conditions and the growing need for companies to reduce their carbon footprint.
Kaavo invites individuals and businesses to sign-up
for a free 30-day trail. After the free trial period, the usage fee for the IMOD will be a minimum of US $100 / month.
The $100 monthly fee will cover up to 2941 cpu-hours per month after that additional hours will be billed at 3.4 cents/cpu-hour rate. These charges are for the use of Kaavo's IMOD application and are in addition to the infrastructure charges by the backend infrastructure providers. There is no setup fee and no contractual obligation and can cancelled anytime.Jyothi Shanbhag is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Jyothi's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Jessica Kostek