|Industry||Cloud computing provider
Infrastructure as a Service
|Founded||November 21, 2011
|Founder||António Miguel Ferreira
|António Miguel Ferreira
|Products||Cloud Server, Cloud Storage and Cloud Jelastic|
Number of employees
various national sites
Lunacloud was founded in 2011 by António Miguel Ferreira and Charles Nasser and launched its services to the general public on June 1, 2012cloud servers  and cloud storage, and Cloud Jelastic hosting.. It provides cloud computing infrastructure as a service, such as
Lunacloud has three base products — Cloud Servers, Cloud Storage and Cloud Jelastic. Lunacloud helps design, build, and operate workloads across both environments depending on the individual needs of the customer.
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Cloud Storage is an easy-to-use storage service on the Internet. It works like a virtual disk. Is highly scalable with unlimited size and redundant! You can store and retrieve any number and size of files (objects) from the control panel or through the API. The API is also compatible with the Amazon S3 API.
Cloud Jelastic (acronym for Java Elastic) is an unlimited PaaS and Container based IaaS within a single platform that provides high availability of applications, automatic vertical and horizontal scaling via containerization to software development clients, enterprise businesses, DevOps, System Admins, Developers
Lunacloud headquarters are in Lisbon.
Customer service centers
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