Cloud Manager

Cloud Manager by 2kit consulting


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Cloud Manager is a simple, yet powerful tool to manage hybrid IaaS clouds (public and private) from your Android-powered device. With a simple user interface you can control your virtual machine instances accross multiple accounts, providers and products. You can list your instances, get detailed information about an instance, launch new instances or start, stop, reboot and destroy instances. Moreover it is possible to monitor the services (opened TCP/IP network ports) which are provided by an instance.

The following cloud providers and products are currently supported by Cloud Manager:
- Amazon EC2
- Aruba
- Eucalyptus
- GoGrid
- HP Cloud
- IBM SmartCloud
- OpenNebula
- OpenStack
- Rackspace Cloud Servers
- RHEV-M / oVirt
- RimuHosting
- ServerExpress
- Terremark vCloud Express
- VMware vSphere

Please keep in mind that if you are connecting to a private cloud your api endpoint has to be accessible by a public ip address.

Do not hesitate to contact us with any further questions you may have or if anything does not run smoothly:

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Additionally supported Cloud Providers:
- Aruba
- HP Cloud
- ServerExpress

Comments and ratings for Cloud Manager
  • (34 stars)

    by James Clarke on 13/04/2014

    Didn't want to connect to my ovirt 3.4 installation. Didn't get any meaningful error message when it couldn't. Password shown/stored in plain text. Couldn't delete connection I couldn't connect to.

  • (34 stars)

    by Nathan O'Sullivan on 25/02/2014

    This app does not connect to your cloud, it connects to the developer's server which in turn then connects to your cloud. As such the developer has your login details and can do whatever they want to your cloud services.

  • (34 stars)

    by Massimiliano Leone on 14/02/2014

    1) opennebula service doesn't work. It doesn't use new sunstone ui, but still refers to occi server, now deprecated. 2) Apart from that, it doesn't allow to delete configurations from main activity, nor to edit anyone without access on its activity. But, since occi connection doesn't work, I can't edit/delete the icon connection. So, I have 3 connections that I can't remove. Nor I can use the ap

  • (34 stars)

    by Andrea Mancini on 10/01/2014

    please fix with Aruba Cloud, no authentication

  • (34 stars)

    by Maurice James on 13/12/2013

    Will not authenticate to RHEV

  • (34 stars)

    by William Roper on 09/05/2013

    Originally there was an issue with Tenant Names using HP Cloud, but a very prompt response from 2kits Support Team and a very handy update roll out fixed all of my problems. Everything works flawlessly!