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HyperCloud Portal APIs

This page will help you get started with HyperCloud Portal and the available APIs. You'll be up and running in a minutes, instead of days!

[block:api-header] { "type": "basic", "title": "Overview" } [/block] HyperCloud Portal is the cloud management and application deployment automation engine in HyperCloud. The portal delivers automated, self-service infrastructure and application provisioning on HyperGrid, as well as more than 15 other clouds and virtualization platforms including VMware vSphere, OpenStack, Microsoft Hyper-V, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, and others. The governance framework in HyperCloud provides role-based access controls, entitlements, approval, quota and cost metering policies to enable secure and holistic management of resources, workloads, and operations across any cloud with the cost visibility needed to control spending. HyperCloud Portal drives business innovation by modernizing existing legacy applications without making a single code change and using the existing skill sets within an organization. The on-the-fly containerization capabilities allow users to “lift and shift” existing Java and .NET applications to containers, while taking care of the complex application dependencies, automatic service discovery, auto-scaling and integration with any external service. Supported services include storage, networking, logging, and so on. HyperCloud transforms non-cloud-native legacy applications into completely portable applications that can be deployed on any cloud.