Secure Cloud Business Automation Platform
Stratus5 is a cloud automation and integration platform that utilizes secure container technology.
Business as a service for any application, tech stack, or cloud.
Stratus5 Cloudware Business Services
1-Click Live Trial and Application Management
Trials create value for prospective customers increasing conversions. Update management for apps.
Subscription Billing and Price Management
Subscription billing, e-mail notification automation, product pricing, and reseller management.
Customer Management and Support
Helps partners easily support and manage customers applications.
Marketing Automation and Business Analytics
Automated upselling. Track recurring revenue, plans, subscriptions, lifetime value, and forecasts.
Direct to Consumer Automation
Container technology has become the standard, and Stratus5 is the only secure production ready business automation solution.
Traditional virtualization infrastructure scales poorly in the cloud.
Current container management systems do not offer direct to consumer automation, operations automation (backups, upgrades), or product monetization (billing, resellers).
The Solution: Stratus5 Cloudware
Automates deployment, delivery and monetization of any app by wrapping it in a secure app container (Docker, KVM, Xen)
With value-added business services and integration
White-labeled Containers-as-a-Service model
Turnkey cloud business for new and existing application development.
Our platform is multi-cloud, and 100% cloud agnostic. We simultaneously deploy to multiple cloud partners such as AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, etc.
Our platform works with any tech stack, application, and most cloud providers.
Advanced Container Security
Stratus5 has already deployed over 1+ million containers in our secure virtual network environment enabling Docker to be fully production ready.
The Stratus5 platform also provides secure data isolation between containers and customers.
Cloud Server Manager
Cloud Server Manager is a system admin control panel for managing regions, server farms, servers, resources, resource types, configuration groups, global config, and monitoring. It is the control panel for managing your cloud infrastructure.
Cloud Container Manager
Cloud Container Manager is a docker container management system for managing deployed containers, repositories, images, and hosting nodes. It is the admin panel to easily manage and scale millions of containers.
Cloud Application Manager
Cloud Application Manager (CAM) is an admin panel to manage partners, hosting, and revenue. At the customer level, CAM allows customers to manage applications, save images, clone images, access terminal, and logs. CAM also manages customer invoicing, subscriptions, pricing plans, and customer deployments, as well as a full analytics platform to track churn, plans, subscriptions, recurring revenue, lifetime value, and forecasts. It is the control panel to manage, and automate your own software as a service business.
Frequently Asked Questions
While container technology such as Docker is new, Stratus5 isn’t. We were founded in 2009, and have been on the forefront of container technology for over half a decade. This is why we have three major product lines that all work seamlessly together while our competitors are still trying to solve problems we solved years ago. Our platforms serve a wide range of business applications from banking, to web apps, to VOIP, to any application you can run on a server.
It may come as a surprise to many people that our solutions are fully production ready, and has already been battle tested at an enterprise level with our existing customers. In fact, we’ve been deploying over 400 containers per day for well over a year now, and our system is fully scalable into the millions.
Is your solution production ready?
Is your container solution secure?
What kind of clients do you work with?
How much does it cost?
We use a revenue sharing model in which you only pay us after a customer deploys your application. In other words, we only get paid if you get paid. We offer flexible revenue sharing, and usually start the conversation at 30% cut of recurring revenue to cover costs depending on the complexity of the application. In some cases we can offer a flat fee per container for basic applications such as WordPress, or Drupal.