The Core functionality of Project Jellyfish is easily expanded and customized to your specific needs by creating your own Ruby Gems.
Users can very easily purchase cloud services from multiple providers, and monitor services already in use, in case more resources are needed..
As a community-driven open source project, we're always on the lookout for new contributors. Contributing modules to our increasing number of services is easy with our step-by-step documentation.
Project Jellyfish allows users to monitor and manage a variety of projects. Managers can easily enforce use quotas, provision resources and track budgets.
Project Jellyfish is mobile friendly so you can manage your cloud resources anywhere.
Users can gain insight into how their cloud services are being used, identify waste and optimize future usage.
Project Jellyfish is an open-source cloud broker platform, allowing enterprises to effectively manage their cloud resources. Project Jellyfish provides an easy to use front-end user experience for connecting buyers to cloud products – all in one place. In doing so, Project Jellyfish helps enterprises make the right decisions for cloud services, and helps manage the complexity of utilizing multiple cloud products. And on top of that, Project Jellyfish is driven by an open community of developers, designers, and end users, all leveraging different skills sets and areas of expertise, as well as the most modern technologies.
There are 3 main ways to use Project Jellyfish. The core of Project Jellyfish is the brokerage tool. Users can very easily purchase cloud services, and monitor services already in use, in case more resources are needed. As a management tool, Project Jellyfish allows users to create projects that are then easily managed and monitored. All the information is readily available for PMs to look at and change as necessary – from cloud resources used to funds remaining. Tying together both the brokerage and management aspects of Project Jellyfish is the analytics. Users can see how their cloud services are being utilized, as well as analyze how they are using and allocating their project funds.
Empower users to help themselves by self provisioning while staying compliant with policies
Integrates well with virtually any third party system via RESTful APIs
Project Jellyfish requires minimal resources to run and scales well
Creates a single portal for end users to access all their cloud resources
Easy configuration and minimal overhead
No more rogue servers
Freedom from vendor lock-in, community support, platform agnostic
Comprehensive and community driven documentation makes Project Jellyfish simple to adopt and utilize.
Rails Engine Base Modules allow easy customization
Rails Rest API Backend.
Share modules with other developers to reduce development time and stay up to date with the latest APIs
Quickly provision full development stacks without needing to wait for operations
Keep track of meta data associated with a project
Track usage to each project and enforce quotas
Limit users ability to provision resources based on policies.
No need to worry about vendor lockout or licensing fees
Easily identify what cloud services are right for your specific needs using our product wizard
Whether you're looking for low-cost help desk support or tailored engineering services
Written in Ruby
Hosted at GitHub
Collaboration is critical for managing complex cloud environments. That’s why Booz Allen has partnered with Red Hat to integrate Project Jellyfish, our open source cloud broker, into ManageIQ, the community that powers Red Hat CloudForms.
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